From: Steve Loughran <steve_loughran@hp...> - 2004-02-26 16:26:26
If you check out CVS, you will find in core/extras/ant a set of ant
tasks for doing things with smartfrog on Ant1.6 or later.
as of this afternoon, <sf-parse> is officially functional. After
declaring your interest in these tasks (see core/common.xml for te
reference <taskdef>), you can use it to parse one or more files in
sentences like this:
<source dir="files" includes="**/.sf"/>
<source dir="files2" includes="**/.sf"/>
<sf-parse verbose="true" file="valid.sf"/>
<sf-parse quiet="true" file="valid.sf"/>
I need to play with the inclusion logic to see that all is well.
<sf-stopdaemon> appears functional, though without any automated tests
to prove it (yet). I need to get daemon starting working reliably there
My goal is to make these tasks usable for doing smartfrog deployment
from inside a build file (and hence an IDE!), but an immediate target
will be using them in the test suite to start and stop the daemon as
required. We should be at that point tomorrow.
To build the tasks:
to test them
-build ant-testutils.jar from an ant source distribution; (ant test-jar)
and leave that in ANT_HOME/build/lib
-build smartfrog first
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