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== SUBFLOOR.XML==
This file contains the default implementation of the ant tasks to
perform a build. This file should be included by the build.xml file
for each project. That build file should redefine any task that is
defined in subfloor.xml IF AND ONLY IF the function of the task needs
to be customized.
NOTE: Any modification to this file should be viewed as a modification
the EVERY common_build.xml file (and the change should be copied
to all common_build.xml files that can be found)
FORMATTING:
ALIGNMENT: indent=2 spaces and wrap lines longer than 120 chars
NAMING: targets intended for execution by a user are named single-word
or hyphenated. Internal targets use '.' notation.
TO GET STARTED with your project, you will need this file in
your project's root directory along with three additional files:
1. build.xml
2. build.properties
3. ivy_settings.xml
4. ivy.xml
Below are some templates:
=== build.xml
<project name="MyProject" basedir="." default="jar" xmlns:ivy="antlib:org.apache.ivy.ant" >
<description>
This build file is used to create the MyProject project and works with the common_build.xml file.
</description>
<import file="common_build.xml"/>
</project>
=== build.properties
project.revision=1.0-SNAPSHOT #the version of your project. This will appear in jar META-INF, dist artifact filenames and IVY revision metadata.
ivy.artifact.id=my-project #IVY metadata describing the name of the artifact
impl.title=My Project #English language version of your project name
============================================================================-->
<project name="subfloor" basedir="." default="default" xmlns:ivy="antlib:org.apache.ivy.ant">
<description>
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
subfloor.xml provides tasks needed to perform a project build.
It is typically not used directly but imported by each project's build.xml
file. The build.xml file can override tasks when customization is required.
MAIN TARGETS
============
* clean / clean-all :
remove all artifacts of the build, clean-all adds the removal
of any library or jar dependencies downloaded as part of the build
* resolve :
download/refresh library or jar dependencies needed for the build (uses Apache IVY)
* compile :
run javac on the project's source
* jar :
creates a jar file
* dist :
creates all project distributables
* test :
runs JUnit tests from your project's test source
SPECIAL TARGETS
============
* publish-local :
builds a jar for your project and registers it with the local artifact repository isolated
to your machine at $HOME/.ivy2/local. Further executions of the the resolve target by this
or other projects will find your published jar.
* ivy-clean* :
this family of targets helps reset your IVY environment in the event that you are having
difficulty resolving dependencies
TYPICAL TARGET SEQUENCE
============
* clean-all resolve dist :
a good start to build all project distributables from scratch. Note that jar dependencies
will not be downloaded unless you explicitly run the resolve target. We made the resolution
and retrieval completely discretionary since there are many situations in which
you will not want to get or refresh dependencies, e.g. if you are offline with no Internet
access. In such case, you could just run "dist" if the set of jars you already have are
sufficient.
</description>
<!-- Load the properties files in the proper order -->
<property file="override.properties"
description="Properties customized for your development environment belong in this file. This file will never be checked into the SCM." />
<property file="build.properties"
description="Properties customized for your particular project belong in this file." />
<!-- =================================================================================
Property Defaults
Any of these properties can be overridden in either build.properties or override.properties
=================================================================================-->
<!-- Project meta properties -->
<property name="impl.vendor"
value="Olap4j"
description="Jar file metadata describing the jar's vendor" />
<property name="impl.productID"
value="Olap4j"
description="Jar file metadata indicating the product ID (this is not the revision)" />
<!-- Compile properties -->
<property name="src.dir" value="${basedir}/src" description="Project source code directory" />
<property name="bin.dir" value="${basedir}/bin" description="Base directory for all non-dist build output" />
<property name="classes.dir"
value="${bin.dir}/classes"
description="Classes compiled from project source code are placed here" />
<property name="lib.dir"
value="${basedir}/lib"
description="Directory that hosts Jar files required to compile project source. (IVY will populate this directory with required jars)" />
<property name="devlib.dir"
value="${basedir}/dev-lib"
description="Directory for developer to place development Jar files (not affected by clean targets)" />
<!-- Compiler properties (passed directly to javac ant target) -->
<property name="javac.debug"
value="true"
description="Indicates whether source should be compiled with debug information (passed to javac ant task)." />
<property name="javac.deprecation"
value="true"
description="Indicates whether source should be compiled with deprecation information" />
<property name="javac.source" value="1.5" description="Provide source compatibility with specified release" />
<property name="javac.target" value="1.5" description="Generate class files for specific VM version" />
<!-- Build Cache properties -->
<property name="build.cache.dir"
value="${user.home}/.subfloor_build_cache"
description="Base dir for runtime jars that are required exclusively by the build process" />
<property name="tmp.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/tmp"
description="Temporary directory where files are prepared for build cache" />
<property name="ivy.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/ivy"
description="Directory where the IVY jar is placed after it is auto downloaded by the build" />
<property name="cobertura.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/cobertura"
description="Directory where the Cobertura jar (and dependencies) is placed after it is auto-downloaded by the build" />
<property name="antcontrib.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/ant-contrib"
description="Directory where the Ant-Contrib jar (and dependencies) is placed after it is auto-downloaded by the build" />
<property name="pentaho.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/pentaho"
description="Directory where the Pentaho ant tasks jar (and dependencies) is placed after it is auto-downloaded by the build" />
<property name="svnant.build.cache.dir"
value="${build.cache.dir}/svnant"
description="Directory where the SVN ANT install is placed after it is auto downloaded by the build" />
<!-- SVN Ant Properties -->
<property name="svnant.url"
value="http://subclipse.tigris.org/files/documents/906/43359/svnant-1.2.0-RC1.zip"
description="The URL to the current release of SVN Ant" />
<property name="svnant.use-javahl"
value="false"
description="Prefer JNI JavaHL binding over the command line client for native svn support" />
<property name="svnant.use-svnkit"
value="true"
description="Prefer SVNKit binding over the command line client for native svn support (defaults to true)" />
<!-- Test properties -->
<property name="testsrc.dir" value="${basedir}/testsrc" description="Directory that hosts the test source files" />
<property name="testlib.dir"
value="${basedir}/testlib"
description="Directory for jar files needed during unit testing" />
<property name="testbin.dir" value="${bin.dir}/test" description="Base directory for all compiler generated test output" />
<property name="testclasses.dir"
value="${testbin.dir}/classes"
description="Classes compiled from project test code are placed here" />
<property name="testreports.dir"
value="${bin.dir}/reports/test"
description="Base directory that holds all unit test report files" />
<property name="testreports.xml.dir"
value="${testreports.dir}/xml"
description="Unit test xml reports are placed here" />
<property name="testreports.html.dir"
value="${testreports.dir}/html"
description="Unit test html reports are placed here" />
<property name="junit.haltonfailure" value="no" description="Fail the build if a test fails" />
<property name="headless.unittest" value="true" description="Runs the unit tests in headless mode" />
<!-- Code Coverage properties -->
<property name="instrumented.classes.dir"
value="${testbin.dir}/instrumented-classes"
description="Directory where instrumented project classes are placed for use by code coverage utility" />
<property name="cobertura.data.dir"
value="${testbin.dir}/cobertura-bin"
description="Temporary data directory used by Cobertura" />
<property name="coberturareports.dir"
value="${bin.dir}/reports/cobertura"
description="Base directory for all generated Cobertura code coverage reports" />
<property name="coberturareports.xml.dir"
value="${coberturareports.dir}/xml"
description="Cobertura xml reports are placed here" />
<property name="coberturareports.html.dir"
value="${coberturareports.dir}/html"
description="Cobertura html reports are placed here" />
<!-- Javadoc properties -->
<property name="javadoc.dir"
value="${bin.dir}/javadoc"
description="Directory where generated javadoc will be placed" />
<property name="javadoc.packagenames"
value="org.mypackagename.*"
description="This property is passed to the packagenames property of the javadoc ant task. You should customize this for your project." />
<property name="javadoc.zip.filename"
value="${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-javadoc.zip"/>
<property name="javadoc.tar.filename"
value="${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-javadoc.tar.gz"/>
<!-- Distribution and Assembly properties -->
<property name="dist.dir"
value="${basedir}/dist"
description="Base directory for all project artifacts (jar, zip, tar.gz, etc...)" />
<property name="license.dir"
value="${basedir}"
description="Base directory where this project's license files reside" />
<property name="res.dir"
value="${basedir}/res"
description="Directory that holds resources not included in the source tree" />
<property name="source.zip.filename"
value="${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-src.zip"/>
<property name="source.tar.filename"
value="${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-src.tar.gz"/>
<property name="zip.filename"
value="${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}.zip"/>
<!-- Ivy properties -->
<property name="ivy.install.version" value="2.1.0" description="Specifies the version of IVY to fetch" />
<property name="ivy.jar.file"
value="${ivy.build.cache.dir}/ivy.jar"
description="The full path to the IVY jar file to use during the build. If the file is not present, the build will attempt to fetch IVY and save the jar as specified by this property" />
<property name="ivy.settingsurl"
value="file:${basedir}/ivysettings.xml"
description="URL to the (common) ivysettings.xml. This file is required by the build to configure IVY. Note you must escape the ':' if this property exists in a .properties file" />
<property name="ivy.artifact.group"
value="mycompanyname"
description="IVY metadata describing the originating company or organization" />
<property name="ivy.artifact.pomfile"
value="${dist.dir}/pom.xml"
description="The path to the Maven pom file to deploy with the artifact" />
<property name="ivy.artifact.ivyfilename"
value="ivy.xml"
description="The name of the IVY xml file to deploy with the artifact" />
<property name="ivy.artifact.ivypathname"
value="${dist.dir}/ivy.xml"
description="The full path to the IVY xml file to deploy with the artifact" />
<!-- Load the manifest file (if any) as a properties file -->
<property name="dist.manifest.file" value="${dist.dir}/MANIFEST.MF" description="The manifest file that will be generated as part of the build" />
<property name="manifest.file" value="${res.dir}/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF" description="The location of the MANIFEST.MF file for this application." />
<property file="${manifest.file}" description="Loads the manifest information from the manifest file as a properties file." />
<!-- Set the project revision number to the value in the manifest file (if it has not
been specified in the properties file -->
<property name="project.revision" value="${Implementation-Version}" description="Sets the version number of the project based on the Implementation-Version found in the manifest file (if one is supplied and nothing is specified in the build.properties)" />
<fail message="A project revision number has not been determined!">
<condition>
<matches string="${project.revision}" pattern="\$\{.*\}" />
</condition>
</fail>
<!-- Set the project title to the value in the manifest file (if it has not
been specified in the properties file -->
<property name="impl.title" value="${Implementation-Title}" description="Sets the title of the project based on the Implementation-Title found in the manifest file (if one is supplied and nothing is specified in the build.properties)" />
<fail message="A project title has not been determined!">
<condition>
<matches string="${impl.title}" pattern="\$\{.*\}" />
</condition>
</fail>
<!-- Build Mode properties -->
<property name="release" value="false" description="Set this to true if you want to generate a release artifact" />
<!-- Set the os property -->
<condition property="isLinux">
<os family="unix" />
</condition>
<condition property="isWindows">
<os family="windows" />
</condition>
<condition property="isMac">
<os family="mac" />
</condition>
<condition property="os.classifier" value="win">
<os family="windows" />
</condition>
<condition property="os.classifier" value="mac">
<os family="mac" />
</condition>
<condition property="os.classifier" value="linux">
<os family="unix" />
</condition>
<property name="os.classifier" value="unsupported" />
<!-- Setup the compile classpath -->
<path id="classpath">
<fileset dir="${devlib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
<fileset dir="${lib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</path>
<!-- Setup the classpath used for testing -->
<path id="test.classpath">
<path refid="classpath"/>
<fileset dir="${testlib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
<pathelement location="${classes.dir}" />
<pathelement location="${testclasses.dir}" />
</path>
<!-- Setup the classpath used for javadoc -->
<path id="javadoc.classpath">
<path refid="classpath"/>
<pathelement location="${classes.dir}" />
</path>
<!--=======================================================================
default
The target that is run if no target is given
====================================================================-->
<target name="default" depends="clean-all,resolve,dist"/>
<!--=======================================================================
install-antcontrib
(Fetches and) installs ant-contrib tasks.
====================================================================-->
<target name="install-antcontrib"
depends="antcontrib.download-check">
<taskdef resource="net/sf/antcontrib/antlib.xml">
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${antcontrib.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</taskdef>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
antcontrib.download-check
Fetches ant-contrib from sourceforge if it is not already present
====================================================================-->
<target name="antcontrib.download-check">
<condition property="antcontrib.available">
<and>
<available file="${antcontrib.build.cache.dir}" />
<available classname="net.sf.antcontrib.logic.IfTask">
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${antcontrib.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</available>
</and>
</condition>
<antcall target="antcontrib.download" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
antcontrib.download
Fetches ant-contrib from sourceforge
====================================================================-->
<target name="antcontrib.download" unless="antcontrib.available">
<mkdir dir="${tmp.build.cache.dir}" />
<get src="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ant-contrib/ant-contrib-1.0b3-bin.zip"
dest="${tmp.build.cache.dir}/antcontrib.zip"
usetimestamp="true" />
<unzip src="${tmp.build.cache.dir}/antcontrib.zip" dest="${tmp.build.cache.dir}">
<patternset>
<include name="**/*.jar" />
</patternset>
</unzip>
<copy todir="${antcontrib.build.cache.dir}">
<fileset dir="${tmp.build.cache.dir}/ant-contrib">
<include name="**/*.jar" />
</fileset>
</copy>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
init
Ensures that all the required directories exist before processing
a build.
====================================================================-->
<target name="init">
<mkdir dir="${classes.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${dist.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${lib.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${devlib.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${testlib.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
svnant.download-check
Fetch SVN ANT zip if it is not already present
====================================================================-->
<target name="svnant.download-check">
<condition property="svnant.available">
<and>
<available file="${svnant.build.cache.dir}" />
<available classname="org.tigris.subversion.svnant.SvnTask">
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${svnant.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="**/*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</available>
</and>
</condition>
<antcall target="svnant.download" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
svnant.download
Downloads the IVY jar file for use by ant.
====================================================================-->
<target name="svnant.download" unless="svnant.available">
<mkdir dir="${svnant.build.cache.dir}" />
<get src="${svnant.url}" dest="${svnant.build.cache.dir}/svnant.zip" usetimestamp="true" />
<unzip src="${svnant.build.cache.dir}/svnant.zip" dest="${svnant.build.cache.dir}">
<patternset>
<include name="**/*.jar" />
</patternset>
</unzip>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
install-svnant
(Fetches and) installs the SVN ANT for use by this ant script
====================================================================-->
<target name="install-svnant"
depends="install-antcontrib, svnant.download-check">
<if>
<istrue value="${svnant.isinstalled}" />
<then>
<echo message="Skipping SVN ANT install. IVY has already been configured by the build" />
</then>
<else>
<echo message="Installing SVN ANT..." />
<path id="svnant.lib.path">
<fileset dir="${svnant.build.cache.dir}" includes="**/*.jar" />
</path>
<typedef resource="org/tigris/subversion/svnant/svnantlib.xml" classpathref="svnant.lib.path" />
<property name="svnant.isinstalled" value="true" />
</else>
</if>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
test-svnant
Tests SVN by printing out the repository
====================================================================-->
<target name="test-svnant" depends="install-svnant">
<svn javahl="${svnant.use-javahl}" svnkit="${svnant.use-svnkit}">
<wcVersion path="." />
</svn>
<echo message="Subversion repository url: ${repository.url}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
svn-revision
Prints and sets the SVN revision for the repository at the current dir (if svn.revision is not set)
====================================================================-->
<target name="svn-revision"
depends="install-svnant">
<svn javahl="${svnant.use-javahl}" svnkit="${svnant.use-svnkit}">
<status path="." revisionProperty="svn.revision" />
</svn>
<echo message="Subversion repository revision: ${svn.revision}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
set-build.id
Sets a property build.id to the either "development" or the svn revision
if in release mode
====================================================================-->
<target name="set-build.id" unless="build.id" depends="install-antcontrib">
<if>
<istrue value="${release}" />
<then>
<antcallback target="svn-revision" return="svn.revision" />
<property name="build.id" value="${svn.revision}" />
</then>
<else>
<property name="build.id" value="development" />
</else>
</if>
</target>
<!--=================================================================================
version-properties: common Ant driven version file generation. Projects that produce
a package or packages should run this target. Projects that produce
jars only should NOT.
===================================================================================-->
<target name="version-properties" depends="set-build.id">
<tstamp>
<format property="build.time" pattern="yyyy/MM/dd hh:mm aa"/>
</tstamp>
<propertyfile
file="version.properties" comment="Release Build version info">
<entry key="release.major.number" value="${release.major.number}" />
<entry key="release.minor.number" value="${release.minor.number}" />
<entry key="release.milestone.number" value="${release.milestone.number}" />
<entry key="release.candidate.token" value="${release.candidate.token}" />
<entry key="impl.vendor" value="${impl.vendor}" />
<entry key="impl.version" value="${release.major.number}.${release.minor.number}.${release.milestone.number}.${build.id}" />
<entry key="impl.title" value="${impl.title}" />
<entry key="buildDate" value="${build.time}"/>
<entry key="svn.revision" value="${build.id}"/>
<entry key="release.build.number" default="0" type="int" operation="+" value="1" pattern="0000"/>
</propertyfile>
<property file="${basedir}/version.properties"/>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
install-ivy
(Fetches and) installs the IVY jar for use by this ant script
====================================================================-->
<target name="install-ivy"
depends="install-antcontrib,ivy.download-check">
<if>
<istrue value="${ivy.isinstalled}" />
<then>
<echo message="Skipping IVY install. IVY has already been configured by the build" />
</then>
<else>
<echo message="Installing IVY..." />
<path id="ivy.lib.path">
<fileset dir="${ivy.build.cache.dir}" includes="*.jar" />
</path>
<taskdef resource="org/apache/ivy/ant/antlib.xml" uri="antlib:org.apache.ivy.ant" classpathref="ivy.lib.path" />
<ivy:settings url="${ivy.settingsurl}" />
<property name="ivy.isinstalled" value="true" />
</else>
</if>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy.download-check
Fetch IVY jar from sourceforge if it is not already present
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy.download-check">
<condition property="ivy.available">
<and>
<available file="${ivy.build.cache.dir}" />
<available classname="org.apache.ivy.ant.IvyTask">
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${ivy.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</available>
</and>
</condition>
<antcall target="ivy.download" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy.download
Downloads the IVY jar file for use by ant.
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy.download" unless="ivy.available">
<mkdir dir="${ivy.build.cache.dir}" />
<get src="http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/apache/ivy/ivy/${ivy.install.version}/ivy-${ivy.install.version}.jar"
dest="${ivy.jar.file}"
usetimestamp="true" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy.check-releasable
Verifies that there are no SNAPSHOT dependencies defined in the ivy xml.
If there are SNAPSHOTS, fail the release build.
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy.check-releasable" depends="install-ivy, install-antcontrib">
<if>
<istrue value="${release}" />
<then>
<sequential>
<ivy:artifactproperty conf="*" name="dep.[module]/[artifact]-[revision]" value="[revision]" />
<propertyselector property="violators" match="dep\..*SNAPSHOT.*" select="\0" casesensitive="false" />
<fail if="violators"
message="Release not possible, you have dependencies on non-released artifacts: ${violators}" />
</sequential>
</then>
</if>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
resolve
Using ivy and the dependencies for the project (defined in the ivy.xml
file), this task will retrieve the needed files and place them into
the defined directories.
====================================================================-->
<target name="resolve"
depends="resolve-default, resolve-test, ivy.check-releasable"
description="Retrieves all the dependent libraries" />
<target name="resolve-init" unless="resolve-init.skip" depends="install-ivy">
<!-- If this is the 1st time through resolve-init, then we need to clean up the jars
-->
<antcall target="clean-jars" />
<property name="resolve-init.skip" value="" />
</target>
<target name="resolve-default" depends="resolve-init">
<ivy:resolve file="ivy.xml" conf="default" />
<ivy:retrieve conf="default" pattern="${lib.dir}/[module](-[classifier]).[ext]" />
<!--<ivy:retrieve conf="default" pattern="${lib.dir}/[module]-[revision](-[classifier]).[ext]" />-->
</target>
<target name="resolve-test" depends="resolve-init">
<ivy:resolve file="ivy.xml" conf="test" />
<ivy:retrieve conf="test" pattern="${testlib.dir}/[module](-[classifier]).[ext]" />
</target>
<target name="resolve-codegen" depends="resolve-init">
<ivy:resolve file="ivy.xml" conf="codegen" />
<ivy:retrieve conf="codegen" pattern="${lib.dir}/[module](-[classifier]).[ext]" />
</target>
<target name="resolve-runtime" depends="resolve-init">
<ivy:resolve file="ivy.xml" conf="runtime" />
<ivy:retrieve conf="runtime" pattern="${lib.dir}/[module](-[classifier]).[ext]" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy-clean-cache
Cleans the IVY cache. You are erasing IVY's memory. Run this if you
want to force IVY to go fetch all your project dependencies from scratch.
WARNING: this will affect all IVY projects, not just the current workspace
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy-clean-cache" depends="install-ivy">
<ivy:cleancache />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy-clean-local
Completely cleans your local repository of any files published locally
by way of publish-local.
WARNING: this is a global action and will affect other IVY projects
currently referencing a locally published dependency
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy-clean-local" depends="install-ivy">
<delete dir="${ivy.local.default.root}/" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy-clean-pentaho
Completely cleans your IVY cache and local repository of pentaho-specific files.
WARNING: this is a global action and will affect other IVY projects
currently referencing a locally published dependency
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy-clean-pentaho"
depends="install-ivy">
<mkdir dir="${ivy.local.default.root}" /> <!-- just in case it doesn't exist -->
<for param="dir">
<path>
<dirset dir="${ivy.local.default.root}" includes="*pentaho*" />
<dirset dir="${ivy.default.ivy.user.dir}/cache" includes="*pentaho*" />
</path>
<sequential>
<delete dir="@{dir}" includeemptydirs="true" />
</sequential>
</for>
<for param="file">
<path>
<fileset dir="${ivy.local.default.root}" includes="*pentaho*" />
<fileset dir="${ivy.default.ivy.user.dir}/cache" includes="*pentaho*" />
</path>
<sequential>
<delete file="@{file}" />
</sequential>
</for>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
report
Allows ivy to report on the dependencies for this project
====================================================================-->
<target name="report" depends="install-ivy">
<ivy:resolve file="ivy.xml" />
<ivy:report conf="default" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
publish-local-nojar
Publishes the jar file for this project to the user's local repository
for download by other projects currently being executed on the user's
system.
====================================================================-->
<target name="publish-local-nojar" depends="install-ivy">
<ivy:resolve file="${ivy.artifact.ivyfilename}" />
<ivy:publish resolver="local" pubrevision="${project.revision}" overwrite="true" forcedeliver="true">
<artifacts pattern="${dist.dir}/[artifact]-[revision](-[classifier]).[ext]" />
</ivy:publish>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
publish-local
Builds and publishes the jar file for this project to the user's
local repository for download by other projects currently being
executed on the user's system.
====================================================================-->
<target name="publish-local"
depends="dist, dist-source, publish-local-nojar"
description="Builds and publishes the jar file to the local repository" />
<!--=======================================================================
publish
Creates and publishes the jar file for this project to a Maven2
repository.
====================================================================-->
<target name="publish"
depends="dist, dist-source, publish-nojar">
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
publish-nojar
Publishes the jar file for this project to a Maven2 repository.
====================================================================-->
<target name="publish-nojar"
depends="install-antcontrib,create-pom,ivy.deliver">
<antcall target="maven-publish-dependencies">
<param name="publish.groupId" value="${ivy.artifact.group}" />
<param name="publish.artifactId" value="${ivy.artifact.id}" />
<param name="publish.version" value="${project.revision}" />
<param name="publish.file" value="${ivy.artifact.ivypathname}" />
</antcall>
<antcall target="maven-publish-sources">
<param name="publish.groupId" value="${ivy.artifact.group}" />
<param name="publish.artifactId" value="${ivy.artifact.id}" />
<param name="publish.version" value="${project.revision}" />
<param name="publish.file" value="${dist.dir}/${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-sources.jar" />
</antcall>
<antcall target="maven-publish-artifact">
<param name="publish.pomFile" value="${ivy.artifact.pomfile}" />
<param name="publish.file" value="${dist.dir}/${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}.jar" />
</antcall>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
ivy.deliver
Creates a publishable version of the ivy dependencies file, ivy.xml
====================================================================-->
<target name="ivy.deliver">
<ivy:deliver conf="*(public)" deliverpattern="${dist.dir}/ivy.xml" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
maven-publish-dependencies
A function that deploys an ivy.xml file to a maven repository
====================================================================-->
<target name="maven-publish-dependencies">
<sequential>
<fail message="No file found at: ${publish.file}">
<condition>
<not>
<available file="${publish.file}" />
</not>
</condition>
</fail>
<echo message="Publishing ${publish.file} to ${ivy.repository.publish}..." />
<if>
<isset property="isWindows" />
<then>
<exec executable="cmd" failonerror="true">
<arg value="/c" />
<arg value="mvn.bat" />
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DgroupId=${publish.groupId}" />
<arg value="-DartifactId=${publish.artifactId}" />
<arg value="-Dversion=${publish.version}" />
<arg value="-Dpackaging=ivy.xml" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</then>
<else>
<exec executable="mvn" failonerror="true">
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DgroupId=${publish.groupId}" />
<arg value="-DartifactId=${publish.artifactId}" />
<arg value="-Dversion=${publish.version}" />
<arg value="-Dpackaging=ivy.xml" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</else>
</if>
</sequential>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
maven-publish-artifact
A function that deploys an artifact to a maven repository
====================================================================-->
<target name="maven-publish-artifact">
<sequential>
<fail message="No file found at: ${publish.file}">
<condition>
<not>
<available file="${publish.file}" />
</not>
</condition>
</fail>
<echo message="Publishing ${publish.file} to ${ivy.repository.publish}..." />
<if>
<isset property="isWindows" />
<then>
<exec executable="cmd" failonerror="true">
<arg value="/c" />
<arg value="mvn.bat" />
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DpomFile=${publish.pomFile}" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</then>
<else>
<exec executable="mvn" failonerror="true">
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DpomFile=${publish.pomFile}" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</else>
</if>
</sequential>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
maven-publish-sources
A function that deploys a java-sources artifact to a maven repository
====================================================================-->
<target name="maven-publish-sources">
<sequential>
<fail message="No file found at: ${publish.file}">
<condition>
<not>
<available file="${publish.file}" />
</not>
</condition>
</fail>
<echo message="Publishing ${publish.file} to ${ivy.repository.publish}..." />
<if>
<isset property="isWindows" />
<then>
<exec executable="cmd" failonerror="true">
<arg value="/c" />
<arg value="mvn.bat" />
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DgroupId=${publish.groupId}" />
<arg value="-DartifactId=${publish.artifactId}" />
<arg value="-Dversion=${publish.version}" />
<arg value="-DgeneratePom=false" />
<arg value="-Dpackaging=java-source" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</then>
<else>
<exec executable="mvn" failonerror="true">
<arg value="deploy:deploy-file" />
<arg value="-DrepositoryId=${ivy.repository.id}" />
<arg value="-Durl=${ivy.repository.publish}" />
<arg value="-DgroupId=${publish.groupId}" />
<arg value="-DartifactId=${publish.artifactId}" />
<arg value="-Dversion=${publish.version}" />
<arg value="-DgeneratePom=true" />
<arg value="-Dpackaging=java-source" />
<arg value="-Dfile=${publish.file}" />
</exec>
</else>
</if>
</sequential>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
create-pom
Creates the POM file for publishing the jar file to a Maven2 repository.
====================================================================-->
<target name="create-pom" depends="install-ivy">
<ivy:makepom ivyfile="./ivy.xml" pomfile="${dist.dir}/pom.xml">
<mapping conf="default" scope="compile" />
<mapping conf="runtime" scope="runtime" />
</ivy:makepom>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-jars
Removes all the libraries that have been downloaded for this project
using the ivy dependencies.
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-jars">
<delete dir="${lib.dir}" />
<delete dir="${testlib.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean
Removes all the files generated from the build process.
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean"
description="Cleans all the files generated from a build with the exception of IVY-downloaded jars (see clean-all)"
depends="clean-tests, clean-cobertura, clean-javadoc, clean-dist">
<delete dir="${classes.dir}" />
<delete dir="${bin.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-dist
Removes all dist artifacts
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-dist">
<delete dir="${dist.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-all
Removes all the libraries that have been downloaded for this project
in the workspace's lib dirs as well as all the files
generated from the build process.
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-all" depends="clean,clean-jars" description="Cleans all the generated and dependency files" />
<!--=======================================================================
copy-license-lgpl
Copies the LGPL license file into the binary directory.
====================================================================-->
<target name="copy-license-lgpl"
if="lgpl-license-avail">
<copy todir="${classes.dir}/META-INF">
<fileset dir="${license.dir}" includes="lgpl-2.1.txt" />
</copy>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
copy-license-gpl-parent
Copies the GPL license file from the parent directory into the
binary directory.
====================================================================-->
<target name="copy-license-gpl"
if="gpl-license-avail">
<copy todir="${classes.dir}/META-INF">
<fileset dir="${license.dir}" includes="gpl-2.0.txt" />
</copy>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile
Compiles the source code (using the specified options) into the
binary directory.
NOTE: This contains multiple sub-tasks which will occur in the
following order (this is provided for easier overriding by
the build.xml which will include this file)...
- compile.pre : anything needed to prep for compile
- compile.compile : the actual compilation step
- compile.src_copy : copying the source into the bin directory
- compile.res_copy : copying the resources into the bin directory
- compile.lic_copy : copying the license information into the bin directory
- compile.post : anything needed after the compile is done
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile"
depends="init, compile.pre, compile.compile, compile.src_copy, compile.res_copy, compile.lic_copy, compile.post"
description="Performs all the steps to prepare the bin directory with a complete compilation" />
<!--=======================================================================
compile.pre
Prepares to perform the compile.
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.pre"/>
<!--=======================================================================
compile.compile
Performs the actual compile
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.compile" depends="init">
<javac destdir="${classes.dir}"
debug="${javac.debug}"
deprecation="${javac.deprecation}"
fork="true"
source="${javac.source}"
target="${javac.target}">
<classpath>
<path refid="classpath" />
</classpath>
<src path="${src.dir}" />
</javac>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile.res_copy
Copies any needed resources into the classes directory. Will not
duplicate copying of resources from src tree (handled by compile.src_copy
if jar.include.source is set.
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.res_copy" depends="install-antcontrib">
<if>
<available file="${res.dir}" />
<then>
<copy todir="${classes.dir}">
<fileset dir="${res.dir}" />
</copy>
</then>
</if>
<if>
<not>
<isset property="jar.include.source" />
</not>
<then>
<copy todir="${classes.dir}" flatten="false">
<fileset dir="${src.dir}" excludes="**/*.java" />
</copy>
</then>
</if>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile.src_copy
Copies the source files to the bin directory
NOTE: if the dont.copy.source variable exists, this step will be
skipped!
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.src_copy"
depends="init"
if="jar.include.source">
<copy todir="${classes.dir}" flatten="false">
<fileset dir="${src.dir}" />
</copy>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile.lic_copy
Copies the license file(s) into the bin directory
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.lic_copy" depends="init">
<condition property="lgpl-license-avail">
<available file="${license.dir}/lgpl-2.1.txt" />
</condition>
<antcall target="copy-license-lgpl" />
<condition property="gpl-license-avail">
<available file="${license.dir}/gpl-2.0.txt" />
</condition>
<antcall target="copy-license-gpl" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile.post
Performs any needed post-compile tasks
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile.post"/>
<!--=======================================================================
jar
Creates a jar file from the bin directory
====================================================================-->
<target name="jar" depends="compile,set-build.id,generate.manifest" description="Jars up the bin directory after a compile">
<jar destfile="${dist.dir}/${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}.jar" manifest="${dist.manifest.file}">
<fileset dir="${classes.dir}" />
</jar>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
generate.manifest
Creates a new manifest file if one is not specified, or updates
an existing manifest file if one is specified.
====================================================================-->
<target name="generate.manifest" depends="init,set-build.id">
<delete file="${dist.manifest.file}" />
<touch file="${dist.manifest.file}" />
<copy file="${manifest.file}" tofile="${dist.manifest.file}" overwrite="true" failonerror="false" />
<manifest file="${dist.manifest.file}" mode="update">
<attribute name="Implementation-Title" value="${impl.title}" />
<attribute name="Implementation-Version" value="${project.revision}.${build.id}" />
<attribute name="Implementation-Vendor" value="${impl.vendor}" />
<attribute name="Implementation-ProductID" value="${impl.productID}" />
</manifest>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
dist-source
Generates zip and targz distributions of the javadoc
====================================================================-->
<target name="dist-source"
depends="source.jar, source.zip, source.targz" />
<!--=======================================================================
source.jar
Creates a jar of the project source for distribution
====================================================================-->
<target name="source.jar" depends="init">
<jar jarfile="${dist.dir}/${ivy.artifact.id}-${project.revision}-sources.jar" basedir="${src.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
source.zip
Creates a zip of the project source for distribution
====================================================================-->
<target name="source.zip" depends="init">
<jar jarfile="${dist.dir}/${source.zip.filename}" basedir="${src.dir}"/>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
source.targz
Creates a gzipped tar of the project source for distribution
====================================================================-->
<target name="source.targz" depends="init">
<tar compression="gzip"
destfile="${dist.dir}/${source.tar.filename}"
basedir="${src.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-tests
Removes all files related to tests
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-tests">
<delete dir="${testbin.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
init-tests
Compiles project test source
====================================================================-->
<target name="init-tests" depends="clean-tests">
<mkdir dir="${testclasses.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${testsrc.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
compile-tests
Compiles project test source
====================================================================-->
<target name="compile-tests" depends="init-tests">
<javac destdir="${testclasses.dir}"
debug="true"
optimize="false"
source="${javac.source}"
target="${javac.target}"
fork="true"
includeantruntime="false">
<src path="${testsrc.dir}" />
<classpath refid="test.classpath" />
</javac>
<!-- Copy the non-java files from the source directory to the test classes directory
-->
<copy todir="${testclasses.dir}">
<fileset dir="${testsrc.dir}">
<exclude name="**/*.java" />
</fileset>
</copy>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
test
Compiles and runs all the tests for the project
====================================================================-->
<target name="test" depends="compile,compile-tests, init-test-reports" description="Compiles and runs unit tests">
<junit fork="false" failureProperty="test.failed" haltonfailure="${junit.haltonfailure}" printsummary="yes">
<sysproperty key="java.awt.headless" value="${headless.unittest}"/>
<classpath refid="test.classpath" />
<formatter type="xml" />
<batchtest fork="false" todir="${testreports.xml.dir}">
<fileset dir="${testsrc.dir}" casesensitive="yes">
<include name="**/*Test.java" />
</fileset>
</batchtest>
<jvmarg value="-Xmx718m"/>
</junit>
<junitreport todir="${testreports.html.dir}">
<fileset dir="${testreports.xml.dir}">
<include name="TEST-*.xml" />
</fileset>
<report format="frames" todir="${testreports.html.dir}" />
</junitreport>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-test-reports
Remove all xml and html JUnit test reports
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-test-reports">
<delete dir="${testreports.xml.dir}" />
<delete dir="${testreports.html.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
init-test-reports
Prepare directories for JUnit test reports
====================================================================-->
<target name="init-test-reports" depends="clean-test-reports">
<mkdir dir="${testreports.xml.dir}" />
<mkdir dir="${testreports.html.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
dist
Creates a distribution of this project
====================================================================-->
<target name="dist" depends="jar" description="Creates a distribution" />
<!--=======================================================================
continuous
Runs a typical continuous integration build including project dist, javadoc, test,
and coverage artifacts
====================================================================-->
<target name="continuous"
depends="clean-all,resolve,cobertura,dist-javadoc,dist-source,dist"/>
<!--=======================================================================
continuous-testless
Runs a typical continuous integration build including project dist, javadoc, test,
and coverage artifacts
====================================================================-->
<target name="continuous-testless"
depends="clean-all,resolve,dist-javadoc,dist-source,dist"/>
<!--=======================================================================
javadoc
Generates javadoc source documentation for this project
====================================================================-->
<target name="javadoc"
depends="javadoc.init, compile">
<javadoc destdir="${javadoc.dir}/docs/api"
access="public"
source="1.5"
use="true"
notree="false"
nonavbar="false"
noindex="false"
splitindex="true"
author="true"
version="true"
maxmemory="256M"
nodeprecatedlist="false"
nodeprecated="false"
packagenames="${javadoc.packagenames}"
sourcepath="${src.dir}"
doctitle="${impl.title} documentation">
<link href="http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/" />
<classpath refid="classpath" />
</javadoc>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
dist-javadoc
Generates zip and targz distributions of the javadoc
====================================================================-->
<target name="dist-javadoc"
depends="javadoc.zip, javadoc.targz" />
<!--=======================================================================
clean-javadoc
Removes generated javadoc files (note, this does not remove javadoc distributions.
Use clean-dist to remove artifacts from the dist.dir.
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-javadoc">
<delete dir="${javadoc.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
javadoc.init
Creates directories for javadoc process
====================================================================-->
<target name="javadoc.init" depends="clean-javadoc">
<mkdir dir="${javadoc.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
javadoc.zip
Creates a zip of the javadoc for distribution
====================================================================-->
<target name="javadoc.zip" depends="javadoc">
<jar jarfile="${dist.dir}/${javadoc.zip.filename}"
basedir="${javadoc.dir}"
includes="**/*"
excludes="**/Thumbs.db" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
javadoc.targz
Creates a gzipped tar of the javadoc for distribution
====================================================================-->
<target name="javadoc.targz" depends="javadoc">
<tar compression="gzip"
destfile="${dist.dir}/${javadoc.tar.filename}"
basedir="${javadoc.dir}"
includes="**/*"
excludes="**/Thumbs.db" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura
Runs tests in an instrumented environment and produces Cobertura test coverage reports
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura"
depends="clean-cobertura,cobertura.install,compile,compile-tests,cobertura.instrument-classes,cobertura.test-instrumented,cobertura.xml-report,cobertura.html-report"/>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.instrument-classes
Instruments the application classes used by Cobertura during cobertura.test-instrumented
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.instrument-classes" depends="cobertura.clean-instrumented-classes,cobertura.install,compile">
<cobertura-instrument todir="${instrumented.classes.dir}" datafile="${cobertura.data.dir}/cobertura.ser">
<ignore regex="org.apache.log4j.*" />
<fileset dir="${classes.dir}">
<!--
Instrument all the application classes, but
don't instrument the test classes.
-->
<include name="**/*.class" />
<exclude name="**/*Test.class" />
</fileset>
</cobertura-instrument>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.install
Downloads and installs Cobertura ant tasks
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.install" depends="cobertura.download">
<path id="cobertura.classpath">
<fileset dir="${cobertura.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</path>
<taskdef classpathref="cobertura.classpath" resource="tasks.properties" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.download-check
Fetches Cobertura from sourceforge if it is not already present
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.download-check">
<condition property="cobertura.available">
<and>
<available file="${cobertura.build.cache.dir}" />
<available classname="net.sourceforge.cobertura.ant.InstrumentTask">
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${cobertura.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</available>
</and>
</condition>
<antcall target="cobertura.download" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.download
Retrieves Cobertura jar via IVY
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.download" depends="install-ivy" unless="cobertura.available">
<ivy:retrieve inline="true"
organisation="net.sourceforge.cobertura"
module="cobertura"
revision="1.9"
pattern="${cobertura.build.cache.dir}/[module].[ext]" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
clean-cobertura
Removes all files created by Cobertura code coverage utility
====================================================================-->
<target name="clean-cobertura"
depends="cobertura.clean-instrumented-classes,cobertura.clean-coverage-reports">
<delete dir="${cobertura.data.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.clean-instrumented-classes
Remove the instrumented classes used by Cobertura
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.clean-instrumented-classes">
<delete dir="${instrumented.classes.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.clean-coverage-reports
Remove all xml and html Cobertura coverage reports
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.clean-coverage-reports">
<delete dir="${coberturareports.xml.dir}" />
<delete dir="${coberturareports.html.dir}" />
<delete dir="${coberturareports.dir}" />
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.test-instrumented
Runs tests against instrumented classes and generates xml and html JUnit test reports
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.test-instrumented"
depends="init-test-reports,cobertura.install,compile,compile-tests,cobertura.instrument-classes">
<mkdir dir="${instrumented.classes.dir}" />
<junit fork="false" failureProperty="test.failed" haltonfailure="${junit.haltonfailure}">
<sysproperty key="java.awt.headless" value="${headless.unittest}"/>
<!-- Specify the name of the coverage data file to use. -->
<sysproperty key="net.sourceforge.cobertura.datafile" file="${cobertura.data.dir}/cobertura.ser" />
<!--
Note the classpath order: instrumented classes are before the
original (uninstrumented) classes. This is important.
-->
<classpath location="${instrumented.classes.dir}" />
<classpath location="${classes.dir}" />
<classpath location="${testclasses.dir}" />
<classpath refid="test.classpath" />
<classpath refid="cobertura.classpath" />
<formatter type="xml" />
<test fork="false" name="${testcase}" todir="${testreports.xml.dir}" if="testcase" />
<batchtest fork="false" todir="${testreports.xml.dir}" unless="testcase">
<fileset dir="${testsrc.dir}" casesensitive="yes">
<include name="**/*Test.java" />
</fileset>
</batchtest>
</junit>
<junitreport todir="${testreports.html.dir}">
<fileset dir="${testreports.xml.dir}">
<include name="TEST-*.xml" />
</fileset>
<report format="frames" todir="${testreports.html.dir}" />
</junitreport>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.xml-report
Produces machine-readable xml Cobertura coverage report from results of instrumented tests
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.xml-report" depends="cobertura.test-instrumented">
<cobertura-report destdir="${coberturareports.xml.dir}" datafile="${cobertura.data.dir}/cobertura.ser" format="xml">
<fileset dir="${src.dir}">
<include name="**/*.java" />
</fileset>
</cobertura-report>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
cobertura.html-report
Produces human-readable html Cobertura coverage report from results of instrumented tests
====================================================================-->
<target name="cobertura.html-report" depends="cobertura.test-instrumented">
<cobertura-report destdir="${coberturareports.html.dir}"
datafile="${cobertura.data.dir}/cobertura.ser"
format="html">
<fileset dir="${src.dir}">
<include name="**/*.java" />
</fileset>
</cobertura-report>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
install-pentaho-ant-tasks
Fetches and installs Pentaho Ant tasks
====================================================================-->
<target name="install-pentaho-ant-tasks" depends="install-ivy">
<ivy:retrieve inline="true"
organisation="pentaho"
module="pentaho-ant-tasks"
revision="1.1"
pattern="${pentaho.build.cache.dir}/[module].[ext]" />
<path id="pentaho-ant-tasks.classpath">
<fileset dir="${pentaho.build.cache.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</path>
<taskdef name="dot-classpath"
description="Builds Eclipse .classpath from ANT classpath"
classname="org.pentaho.anttasks.DotClasspath"
classpathref="pentaho-ant-tasks.classpath">
</taskdef>
</target>
<!--=======================================================================
create-dot-classpath
Creates the Eclipse .classpath file from the resolved
classpath from Ant.
====================================================================-->
<target name="create-dot-classpath"
depends="install-pentaho-ant-tasks,init">
<dot-classpath>
<!-- Include all lib dirs -->
<classpath>
<fileset dir="${lib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
<fileset dir="${devlib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
<fileset dir="${testlib.dir}">
<include name="*.jar" />
</fileset>
</classpath>
</dot-classpath>
</target>
</project>
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