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From Peter Reilly <>
Subject Re: Bug in macrodef?
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2004 18:12:19 GMT
Hi Dominique,
There was a bug in macrodef's  dealing of @@ (bugzilla 27069),
fixed in current cvs.
In the meantime "@${name}@" will get mapped to "@${name}@",
as there is no attribute with the name "${name}".


Dominique Devienne wrote:

>I replaced the use of <antcall> with <macrodef>, which used <replace>.
>The old <antcall>'d target used <replacefilter token="@${name}@">, name
>being the property passed to the <antcall>.
>When going with <macrodef>, I knew I had to double-up the @ chars, but
>I couldn't make it to work with <replacefilter token="@@@{name}@@">
>Is this user-error? Or a bug in macrodef?
>As a stop-gap solution, I replace the source document to use %name%
>for the tokens to be replaced... --DD
>    <macrodef name="replace-module-version">
>      <attribute name="name" />
>      <sequential>
>        <replace file="${SetupImage}/help/About.html"
>          <replacefilter token="%@{name}%" property="version.full" />
>        </replace>
>      </sequential>
>    </macrodef>
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