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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@bost.de>
Subject Re: <src> element in <javac> task
Date Mon, 31 Jul 2000 14:09:10 GMT
>>>>> "CM" == Conor MacNeill <conor@m64.com> writes:

 >> (1) <src> would take different attributes and had no idea what
 >> "a/b:c/d" would mean.

 CM> sourcepaths may come from the external environment (although
 CM> probably unlikely).

I've not thought of this, thanks.

 >>  (2) Each <src> would have its own set of include/exclude patterns
 >> - which might be a good thing or not. And we could reuse patterns
 >> previously defined via fileset's <patternsetref> element.

 CM> This tends to move from compiling classes in the package space to
 CM> compiling file in the filesystem. I wonder how, given a fileset,
 CM> you can know where the package root is? (I'm not yet that
 CM> familiar with filesets, though)

Each fileset has its own "dir" attribute, making up for a package root
of its own. It still lives in the package space - at least that's how
I've looked at it.

Stefan

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