(accidently sent to Curt only
issue one. I do like Stefan's idea though about seperating into specifc
issue two. Doesn't matter alot to me but the only reason I can think for
not doing this would be what happens if MARC goes down or is no longer available
for whatever reason.
would propose rather that we store the base implementations at sourceforge until
such time as we have a fully functional unified task to take their places.
This way we are protected from MARC going away (low probability I would guess)
but would also allow a single point of reference for anyone needing a C/C++
task. Once we have completed an implementation of the C/C++ task then we
couldnt drop the old base implementations
As in the previous message, the CVS is an
unsightly mess right now. I wanted to get everyones opinion on the
appropriate way to clean it up. Please vote +1, 0 or -1 on each
Issue one: ForEach, PropertyCopy, Switch and
There are at least three copies of these tasks in
the CVS in src/main, build/src/main, src/src/main. I assume that all the
copies are identical. None of these tasks I assume are sufficient for
their own sub-project and jar, so I guess these need to be the start of
library of small tasks. I
would suggest that this would be the start of ant-contrib.jar, basically
a home for small but useful tasks.
1. Change the package name in these tasks to
2. Move the source into
3. Remove all files in the build and src moduled,
but place a DEAD_DIRECTORY or other file that would indicate to a someone
browsing the CVS that they did not need to go any further.
Issue two: base-implementations
My intentions in base-implementations was to
provide a reference to our starting implementations. However, since the
MARC mailing list archive does have the attached zip files, it would probably
be better just to place a few HTML files that frame the archived messages and
not have any code there.
4 Move Adam's initial unification work from
cpptasks/base-implementations/Murdoch/src to cpptasks/src
5 Remove all existing content from
6. Provide HTML files linking to archives of the
previous C++ task submissions to the ant-dev mailing