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From Craig Cottingham <>
Subject RE: Call for patches
Date Tue, 23 May 2000 15:40:18 GMT
I extended Exec. Made for a lot less code. :-)

Other than that, we followed similar paths. Ours is invoked like this:

      <vss dir="${src.dir}" command="get" project="/" recursive="yes"
autoresponse="no" output="${src.dir}/refresh.txt" />

I didn't code an option for the destination directory, because here we
always get to the project's working folder.

I'm going to print out and pore over the code you sent, because I can see at
a glance there's stuff in there I'll want to use. I'll also send (under
separate cover) a copy of my code, so you can do the same.

We ought to take this offline, so no one else has to hear us natter on about
support for a Microsoft product. :-)

Craig S. Cottingham
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Everitt, Andrew []
> Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 10:05 AM
> To: ''
> Subject: RE: Call for patches
> Craig,
> Here is my code, it just builds a command line and then 
> 'exec's the ss tool:
> [ snip ]
>You would invoke it as follows:
><target name="init">
>  <taskdef name="vss" classname="com.xms.antext.taskdefs.MSVSS"/>
><vss command="get"
>     srcdir="vss://myproduct/com/xms/mypackage"
>     destdir="${basedir}/src/com/xms/mypackage"
>     recursive="true"
>     label="v1.0"/>
> I have ideas of extending this to support more of the 
> available commands but
> don't need them yet so I haven't done it ;-). It borrows the 
> StreamPumper
> from the exec task written by James Davidson to get the 
> output from ss.exe
> onto the console.
> How did you do it??
> Cheers,
> Andi.

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