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donaldp 2002-03-26 00:43

Zap the bootstrap stuff

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duncan 2000-12-11 11:10

A small task example that illustrates something... A long time ago I

argued against "if" logic as part of the defined part of Ant stating

that all logic really should go into tasks. Now that the object model

is clean enough, it becomes silly obvious how to do this without requiring

the addition of any if/unless attributes in the target definitions themselves.



The build target task takes a target name and, optionally a if property. If

the property is used and is "true", then the target is executed by calling

the appropriate functionality on the Project object.

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