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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12368] - [PATCH] New <subant> task to execute sub-builds
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2002 18:05:27 GMT
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[PATCH] New <subant> task to execute sub-builds





------- Additional Comments From nicolaken@apache.org  2002-09-06 18:05 -------
Cool :-)

I need this to run the targets for a specific project in the Gump descriptors
but with the dependencies too; I was going to resort to for-each, but this is
really cooler :-)

So what I can make another target do is to call Gump magic and return a list of
the dependencies.

"
@todo: Make use of some dependency information between the project (like in the 
Gump descriptors) to infer the proper order the sub-builds should be called, 
instead of relying of explicit order of the buildpath.
"

The projects could have a descriptor that binds them externally with
dependencies IMHO, and the Gump descriptor can be used for this.

Do you have any other real-life use case I can think on about buildfile
dependencies?

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