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From Steve Loughran <ste...@apache.org>
Subject Re: cvs commit: ant/src/etc/testcases/taskdefs/optional/net ftp.xml
Date Thu, 26 May 2005 09:52:30 GMT
Steve Cohen wrote:
> Antoine:  OK, I've taken a look.  Here is the problem, or maybe I don't 
> understand EnumeratedAttribute fully.
> 
> In response to a suggestion of Steve Loughran the other day, I've 
> implemented all of my new attributes with the convention that a value of 
> "" means "Don't set the attribute - leave the default value in place". 
> This was to accomodate Steve's suggestion of wanting property-file 
> driven scripts.
> 
> Such a script would define
> <property name="timestampGranularity" value=""/>
> An optional property file could define
> 
> timestampGranularity=MINUTE
> 
> or
> 
> timestampGranularity=NONE.
> 
> If neither specified, the default to be used (whose value varies 
> depending on the chosen action).
> 
> I'm having difficulty understanding how this convention would fit into 
> the pattern of EnumeratedAttribute.  There may be such a way that I'm 
> just not understanding.  I'm still open to whatever suggestions you 
> might have on this score or alternative ideas to improve this code.

Maybe I'll just have to accept that my needs arent going to be met. 
Since your last path to the task, I have dependency stuff working 
automatically against NT FTP and vsftpd, so arent going to be tweaking 
any of the other options. This is the best solution for me.

-stve

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