RE: [nant-dev] XML Schema Def (XSD)

2002-04-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yeah, I'm not so sure this should cause an error. I'd be naturally inclined to go with it; thinking that if it isn't part of the task, leave it alone. Checking for required values is important. The one thing that the XSD won't do is check for required elements. It will check the form of the

RE: [nant-dev] XML Schema Def (XSD)

2002-04-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
and misdirection. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 9:53 AM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: 'Gerry Shaw'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] XML Schema Def (XSD) Scott Hernandez wrote: Yeah, I'm not so sure

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt bug BaseDirectory problems in NantTask.cs AND/OR Project.cs (long)

2002-04-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
+1, Sounds good. /Parent.build nant - subdir/Child.build What will be the basedir for the child.build Project? (/subdir/ or /) -Original Message- From: Gerry Shaw [snip] Nested build files (via nant task) * By default you should just specify the build file you wish. Early

RE: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample

2002-04-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2002 10:45 AM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample Scott Hernandez wrote: Attached is sample of the output for tasks I am generating. I?ve been fighting

RE: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample

2002-04-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
: Wednesday, April 17, 2002 11:09 AM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample Scott Hernandez wrote: So I did this (sent the email), then realized that if actually use the existing file (meaning you add an xmlns= to the project element) it will cause

RE: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample

2002-04-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
The context issue is actually defined in the XPath W3C Standard[1]; and is supposed to work that way. As for validation, we can do it without the namespace, but if want intellisense and leave the namespace in, all of the xpath queries will fail unless we code it. [1]

RE: [nant-dev] nant.xsd sample

2002-04-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yeah, I made those changes while I was testing on my local copy. I can check them in later if you want. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Gerry Shaw Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2002 5:19 PM Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [nant-dev]

RE: [nant-dev] ElementNameAttribute and BuildElementAttribute

2002-04-19 Thread Scott Hernandez
ElementNames.Add(name); _name = name; } Or am I missing something about the design here? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 7:17 PM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re

RE: [nant-dev] ElementNameAttribute and BuildElementAttribute

2002-04-19 Thread Scott Hernandez
in code if that would help... later -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 12:34 PM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] ElementNameAttribute and BuildElementAttribute Scott

RE: [nant-dev] no command line arg target behavior

2002-04-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
behavior Scott Hernandez wrote: I suggest that the list of valid targets is given. So you would get something like this for a bad target of d. I like having a default target the way it is. I'm not suggesting changing the default target behavior. I too like how it works. What I'm

RE: [nant-dev] no command line arg target behavior

2002-04-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
In this case, cause the description attribute isn't defined in the Target class. I should have said something about the class files, and xslt expecting/using different attributes. This can be very easily fixed... :) I'm all in favor of using xsl for text generation. It makes a lot more sense

RE: [nant-dev] no command line arg target behavior

2002-04-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
Please see prev. message about the frown... -Original Message- On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Brad Wilson wrote: Scott Hernandez wrote: Instead there is a xslt file(xslt/projecthelp.xslt) defined to generate the help you are talking about. In the xslt file there is xpath query

RE: [nant-dev] Project Constructor

2002-04-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
Oopppsss . please do not reply to the hotmail address. ___ Nant-developers mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/nant-developers

RE: [nant-dev] Task Assembly Loading

2002-05-03 Thread Scott Hernandez
-Original Message- From: Ian MacLean Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 10:30 AM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Task Assembly Loading Scott Hernandez wrote: I want to bring this up as a topic of its own. We have discussed what the behavior

RE: [nant-dev] New stable release?

2002-05-29 Thread Scott Hernandez
are going for Friday. -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean Scott Hernandez wrote: It does seem about time. But from what I see for the next milestone release (.8), we aren't there yet. Maybe a maintenance release would work. Like 0.7.9.*? yep. I think we definately need somthing

[nant-dev] Friday Release Tasks

2002-05-30 Thread Scott Hernandez
Okay, to release we need the following done... (Please correct me or add stuff that I may have missed) 0.) Are we ready? (What we have is stable, and will get more testing if we release... so yeah!) 1.) Update Docs (/nant/doc) for website -- the ChangeLog is probably most important Would

RE: [nant-dev] Friday Release Tasks

2002-05-31 Thread Scott Hernandez
] Friday Release Tasks On Thu, May 30, 2002 at 10:01:11AM -0700, Scott Hernandez wrote: 1.) Update Docs (/nant/doc) for website -- the ChangeLog is probably most important If it hasn't already been added to the latest nighlty builds. Can we ensure the ChangeLog gets added to the Nant pkg

RE: [nant-dev] ANN: New Nant Tasks

2002-05-31 Thread Scott Hernandez
-Original Message- From: Tomas Restrepo Hi Scott, I vote for a new NAntContrib Project. This project can take code donations, will allow cvs access for anyone who has tasks they want to add, and will allow some interesting experimentation without affecting the core

[nant-dev] SLiNgshoT Now Part of Extras

2002-05-31 Thread Scott Hernandez
Jason has provided source for SLiNgshoT to be added to the NAnt Extras. I've just committed the files. They are now available, but aren't built or otherwise added to the distribution. Thanks Jason. --Scott ___ Don't miss the 2002

[nant-dev] SCP Task

2002-05-31 Thread Scott Hernandez
Ive written a simple SCPTask, that wraps scp.exe. For it to work, you need to have a setup that doesnt require any password/pass-phrase to be typed. Im thinking about adding this task to the newly (soon to be) formed NAntContrib project. Im thinking about ways of encrypting your

RE: [nant-dev] SCP Task

2002-05-31 Thread Scott Hernandez
PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, May 31, 2002 3:22 PM To: Scott Hernandez; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [nant-dev] SCP Task That's definitely a problem... If a task can't except user input, i don't see any other way but to store some password somewhere. You could use IsolateStorage to house

RE: [nant-dev] New Nant Property

2002-06-01 Thread Scott Hernandez
It seems like an environment variable is a good way to do this. That is how ant works, and it seems to work well. Maybe we should adopt a NANT_HOME environment variable for others to find us. This env. var. could also be used for what you want, no? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

[nant-dev] NAnt NAntContrib Dist

2002-06-03 Thread Scott Hernandez
Id like to suggest that NAnt distribute the latest stable-release NAntContrib assemblies in the bin folder. This way NAnt users will be given all available tasks. Im not sure about docs and such; I guess we can come back to this when we have a valid structure for the NAntContrib dist.

RE: [nant-dev] XML Line Numbers

2002-06-04 Thread Scott Hernandez
Cc: 'Scott Hernandez'; 'NantDev' Subject: Re: [nant-dev] XML Line Numbers Gerry Shaw wrote: It does seem like a pretty good solution but what we have does work and has been tested and isn't causing any problems that I know of. Its also a lot fewer files. Still it's a pretty good

RE: [nant-dev] XML Line Numbers

2002-06-04 Thread Scott Hernandez
, I'll commit my changes with the altered LocationMap that check for this case. -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean Subject: Re: [nant-dev] XML Line Numbers Scott Hernandez wrote: We need to do something. This code fails because there is no file associated with the document. [snip

RE: [nant-dev] XML Line Numbers

2002-06-04 Thread Scott Hernandez
The VS.Net/OtherIDE add-ins :) But I finish that up after the release. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Ian MacLean Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 3:34 PM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: 'NantDev' Subject: Re: [nant-dev

[nant-dev] nant task and property inheritance

2002-06-06 Thread Scott Hernandez
Okay, with the recent changes to the NAntTask we now have something closer to what Ant does. But there are still some differences. 1.) By default in Ant the child project has read-only access (which means they are treated as user properties which cannot be assigned to) to all the properties of

[nant-dev] flurry-o-changes

2002-06-07 Thread Scott Hernandez
I've made a bunch of changes (today and earlier this week). Here is a short list. 0.) Unit Tests are now run again newly built version of NAnt.exe in build directory (not the version used to do the build; the old one). 1.) Removed TaskDefTask 2.) Moved Tasks to NAntContrib (still need to get

RE: [nant-dev] Carriage returns in sample .build files

2002-06-11 Thread Scott Hernandez
After looking at the actual nightly download (not my cvs copy) I see the problem. On unix cvs will use CR EOL, on windows it will use CR LF EOL. So, the snapshot is created on unix/linux and has CR EOLs. I think we need to fix this, or get an actual nightly compile working:)

RE: [nant-dev] Property Inheritance nant.onsuccess

2002-06-13 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yep, this was something I was thinking about when the inheritance discussion went on. I was going to clean things up afterwards and test these cases (which reminds me, we still need unit tests for this). We really need to separate the project/system props from the user props so that certain

[nant-dev] Loop Task

2002-06-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
I've posted this to both the Nant and NAntContrib dev lists, as well as to nant-user. I'm thinking that discussions about new task ideas should probably go on the nant-users list. And we should use NAntContrib to discuss changes, updates, or removals of existing NAntContrib tasks/utils. So, I

[nant-dev] removing forum

2002-06-21 Thread Scott Hernandez
Id like to get an idea if people think now is a good time to remove the sourceforge Open Discussion forum. It seems like people are starting to use the nant-users mailing list and the forum has not got much traffic lately. Comments? Objections?

RE: [nant-dev] FileSet includes question

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
As far as I can tell from ant things work a little differently from what we are talking about. Ant defines a Reference object that DataType(s) holds onto. Then the FileSet (derived from DataType) looks at the Reference object and uses it, in combination of its own xml to do the job. This would

RE: [nant-dev] PropertySet

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
So this would basically be a property collection/group? Is there a reason you want to do this over defining global properties? I could see this if you want to allow scoped properties, which only apply to a target or task. I think private/task-based property scoping is a good idea. A

RE: [nant-dev] ExecTask semantics are confusing

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
This works well, but there is a little more that needs to happen. Right now the basedir maps to the WorkingDirectory of the Process. This is done in the base class of ExecTask, ExternalProgramBase. I've updated the code so that the program is checked to see if it is rooted. If it is, it is left

RE: [nant-dev] Old business

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
Thanks for bringing these up. There are a lot of things that have died on the side of the road that we need to bring back up. Sometime bigger issues come up, and sometimes we have to go to dinner and forget. :) -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL

RE: [nant-dev] Loop Task

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
. It would need to be embedded, or referenced. Right now a Target is the only reference-able type. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Kevin Dente Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 1:53 PM To: Scott Hernandez; [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [NAntC-Dev] RE: [nant-dev] Loop Task

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
I'm open for suggestions on a better name. :) -Original Message- From: Tomas Restrepo [snip] That's great! In the general sense, I think this is much useful, particularly as we could use it as a base for an Ant-like Conditions framework. Yep, I was just starting to make a list of

RE: [NAntC-Dev] RE: [nant-dev] Loop Task

2002-06-24 Thread Scott Hernandez
What about TaskContainer? -Original Message- From: Tomas Restrepo Scott, I'm open for suggestions on a better name. :) How about CompositeTask? --- Sponsored by: ThinkGeek at http://www.ThinkGeek.com/

RE: [nant-dev] FW: NAntTask Patch

2002-06-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
FYI: The basedir attribute was removed from NAntTask before the 0.7.9.0 release. It was removed may 3rd. I've actually started to make some changes locally that could help out here. I'm toying with the idea of changing the way properties are defined and used. Since we now have a Parent property

RE: [nant-dev] Loop Task

2002-06-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
I thought I was one of those people :) Anyway, the foreach was really just a test case for the TaskContainer concept. Well, it wasn't really a test; it is useful on its own. The ghenghis build has a script section that loops through all the sample subdirs and builds each sample [1]. It is a lot

RE: [nant-dev] Should filters be inherited as well as properties?

2002-06-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
Umm... I doubt they are in ant, and I don't think that it is worth the code. I'd say if you want to then you could just define the filters via properties (which will be inherited) in the child project. But a good use-case could convince me otherwise. :) -Original Message- [1]

RE: [nant-dev] ExecTask semantics are confusing

2002-06-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
Done, and Done. There is now a workingdir attribute on exec. -Original Message- From: Kevin Dente I like the notion of a separate workingdir attribute. --- This sf.net email is sponsored by: Jabber Inc. Don't miss the IM event

RE: [nant-dev] Old business

2002-06-25 Thread Scott Hernandez
I'm really with Kevin here. It seems like automatic detection should really be the goal. The behavior should be definable from the operating system and file system. The config file could force a behavior, but I think the default behavior should be good. Kevin, what is your P/Invoke method for

RE: [nant-dev] Calling a target if it exists

2002-06-27 Thread Scott Hernandez
There is no way to check but this should work call target=name failonerror=false/ This will call, but not fail... :) -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Kevin Dente Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 11:24 AM To: Nant

RE: [nant-dev] Calling a target if it exists

2002-06-27 Thread Scott Hernandez
, directoryexists, directoryempty, etc. Are there any others that make sense? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Kevin Dente Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 11:54 AM To: Scott Hernandez Cc: 'Nant developer's list' Subject: RE

RE: [nant-dev] Calling a target if it exists

2002-06-27 Thread Scott Hernandez
I was just doing the simple types of tests. I didn't want to make it too complicated. A nice expression language would be cool. Something like a JavaScript expression evaluator would make things pretty simple. Then you could do something like if test='${val}' == 'value'/ if test=${intval} 4/

[nant-dev] Interim Release (0.8.0)

2002-06-27 Thread Scott Hernandez
  We have fixed enough bugs and put in some new features that warrant a new release.   This is also something that needs to get done for the release/build of NAntContrib.   Doesn’t anyone have any objections to a new release early next week?   Are there any things that need to get finished

[nant-dev] 0.8.0.0 Release

2002-07-10 Thread Scott Hernandez
Hi all, Ive done a release build for testing purposes. Please try this out tonight if you have any time, http://nant.sourceforge.net/nant-src-0.8.zip Ive check in all these changes and will put down the tag once we are happy. Thanks you for all your efforts! After this release

RE: [nant-dev] 0.8.0.0 Release

2002-07-10 Thread Scott Hernandez
Good to hear Tomas. I would agree with you but I expect that we will have more NAntContrib releases than NAnt releases. Once we get to a 1.0 NAnt release we may not have another NAnt release for a long time. At that point I would expect that most changes will come from new tasks, not changes to

RE: [nant-dev] New task idea

2002-07-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
One of the features I wanted to add to the NAnt VS.Net Addin that Jayme wrote was the ability to create a NAnt build file from the current project. It would be pretty simple using slingshot, or an xslt transform. Also, NAnt can now work (in the last few months) with in-memory build documents.

RE: [nant-dev] New task idea

2002-07-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
I like this idea of adding functionality to VS.Net by replacing their build facilities. What I really want is the VS.Net IDE where the build was done by NAnt. This way I could do anything I wanted. That may cost 3K to know how to replace the built in build commands. It may be just as simple as

RE: [nant-dev] Porting java ant task to NAnt

2002-07-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
There are all kinds of helpful hints out there :) It really depends what you are trying to do tho. If you are going to write a task that needs to execute a program you may want to look at and inherit from ExternalProgramBase [1]. If you just want to do some processing you can inherit from Task.

RE: [nant-dev] Re: Visual Studio.NET Addin initial thoughs

2002-07-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yep, the addin should deal directly with the document. But it would be nice if the addin could work with existing documents, not just files. :) Yet another feature to plug-in later. I was thinking that instead of created a new class for each type of node in the addin we should be able to use a

RE: [nant-dev] FTP Task

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Hernandez
Nope, but there is a simple SCPTask in NAntContrib. It is far from done, but does work. It would be nice if in the end they work similarly. I'd say go for it. If possible it would be even better if there were a native .net ftp client library we could use. You could take a look at this

RE: [nant-dev] Property question

2002-07-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
If you are writing the task, then you can just use the Properties collection to set the property you want. So if you want to write a SCVersion task to do this the syntax could be something like this. scversion nextversion=nextVersion/ echo message=next version is ${nextVersion}/ And your code

RE: [nant-dev] IFTask PropertyMissing parameter?

2002-07-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
point now. I do like that better as well. Kevin Miller -Original Message- From: Scott Hernandez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 4:41 PM To: 'Nant-Developers (E-mail)' Subject: RE: [nant-dev] IFTask PropertyMissing parameter? I'm not sure why multiple

RE: [nant-dev] Logging and Events

2002-07-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
Everything textual. Right now this would include anything that is written to the console via the Util.Log class. I would also assume, since log4net support modes, we could control the level of logging down to debugging. I've been giving some thought to logging and an event system for nant. I

RE: [nant-dev] Regd FXCop

2002-09-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
Sounds great. I know of no one else doing this, please go for it. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 8:24 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [nant-dev] Regd FXCop

RE: [nant-dev] Commenting out tasks

2002-09-18 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yeah, that isn't there for this reason. If you remove it you will get some serious failures. I believe '#' is not a valid element name character in xml, or first character. When you get to nodes like comments or text or other internal, unnamed types, they all start with #. This line is there to

RE: [nant-dev] Commenting out tasks

2002-09-18 Thread Scott Hernandez
Looks like a better way would be to check the NodeType property of XmlNode. childNode.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Element It will also make the code much more readable :) -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Scott Hernandez

RE: [nant-dev] Adding Validators

2002-09-30 Thread Scott Hernandez
I would call this feature missing a bug. It seems like we need to add some unit tests to check this so more features don't disappear. I looked in an old snapshot of nant (circa may 17th) and there is validation related code commented out there. It must have been removed from the file sometime

RE: [nant-dev] XmlLogging mods, Part 2

2002-10-02 Thread Scott Hernandez
It looks good to me. I've checked in your changes. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:nant-developers- [EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of R. Owen Rogers Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 11:09 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL

RE: [nant-dev] failonerror=false is not working for me?why

2002-10-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
Without seeing the output from your build this is hard to comment on. To test this feature, I wrote the follow: target name=default tstamp / csc target=library failonerror='false' output=module1.dll sources includes name=IDon'tExist\**.cs/ /sources /csc

RE: [nant-dev] bug - Calling SysInfo Twice

2002-10-18 Thread Scott Hernandez
+1 My proposal for a fix would actually be to leave PropertyDictionary alone, and instead modify SysInfo so that it uses indexer access to add it's properties. That simple change would satisfy both elements I outline above. What does anybody else think? -- Tomas Restrepo

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt Build Server

2002-10-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
+1, As long as the other build servers are open source/public. -Original Message- Subject: RE: [nant-dev] NAnt Build Server Brian,   Good for bringing this up,   I suggest we remove the NAnt Build Server code altogether. Reasons: - other projects are already focused on NAnt build

Re: [nant-dev] nant internal error info

2002-11-12 Thread Scott Hernandez
Ouch... Can you reproduce this? If so, what version are you on, and what do your build files look like? - Original Message - From: Misha Leder To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 1:12 PM Subject: [nant-dev] nant internal error info

[nant-dev] NAnt 0.8.0.0 Release Plan

2002-11-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
We are feature complete for this release. Er... um... we are feature done and need to get it out! ;) Here is what we need to get done, as I see it. 1--Changelog (We have not beenupdating this as checkins happen) 2--Readme (Describing what is in the dist... like core, nantcontrib tasks,

Re: [nant-dev] Case Sensitive Filenames

2002-11-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yep, the fileset is case sensitive (because of pattern matching using regex). There were some discussion about doing the correct thing and using the case sensitivity of the os/fs, but no code was written (to my knowledge). For now you have to be careful about case in your filesets. I think there

Re: [nant-dev] [nant] Build Successful

2002-12-09 Thread Scott Hernandez
This is great information, but I wonder if maybe we should not send this out to the dev-list on every change. How about something along these lines: 1.) Send out status email(both success and failure)to the cvs list (people that are tracking cvs changes) 2.) Send email to the people doing

Re: [nant-dev] Automated builds for NAnt

2002-12-09 Thread Scott Hernandez
That is a cool idea. Thanks Guys. What is the procedure for doing this locally? :) - Original Message - From: Bernard Vander Beken [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Mark Griffiths [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 4:39 AM Subject: [nant-dev] Automated builds

Re: [nant-dev] Taskdef question

2002-12-10 Thread Scott Hernandez
Hello Jay, The taskdef task was moved into the NAntContrib package, and you will need to copy it into the bin folder to use it, just like your task(s). Only assemblies that end in *Tasks.dll are loaded, and any Tasks in them are added to the available task list. In the future, when someone takes

Re: [nant-dev] J# compiler tag available for nant

2003-01-08 Thread Scott Hernandez
Please send it to the list (compressed please) and we will review it :) Thanks, Scott - Original Message - From: Jordan, Tom [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2003 2:12 PM Subject: [nant-dev] J# compiler tag available for nant Gerry: I have a

[nant-dev] ShadowCopyFiles

2003-01-14 Thread Scott Hernandez
I've replaced (and moved) ConsoleRunner in NAnt.Console to be a stub that creates a new AppDomain (if specified in the config file) so that assemblies that we load are not locked. This will allow us to develop and deploy new/existing assemblies for the running version of NAnt. The code is pretty

[nant-dev] NAnt nunit tests

2003-01-15 Thread Scott Hernandez
It seems like we are using the NUnit2 stuff and no longer using the AllTests.cs files for our tests. Can anyone confirm this? If this is true, I'd like to remove these files from cvs instead of just excluding them from the compiles as they are defined now.

Re: [nant-dev] ShadowCopyFiles

2003-01-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
Okay, my initial implementation needed a little work, but is now running much smoother. Here are a few notes that people should consider when calling into nant or changing how this works. NOTE: Draco devs, this probably will affect you for the next release. There is a new entry point class in

Re: [nant-dev] NUnit Error With NAnt...

2003-01-16 Thread Scott Hernandez
We also have, and have had, the same problems with NAntContrib for a while. Here is some background. http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=2372560 If you find any solution, or have any ideas, please feel free send them around. I'm just now starting to look into it. :) -

Re: [nant-dev] NUnit Error With NAnt...

2003-01-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
of the appdomain that NUnit exists in. That may be the better approach. I'll do a little testing and see what I can find. - Original Message - From: Brant Carter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Sansone, Aaron [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 16

Re: [nant-dev] Sourceforge CVS server problems?

2003-01-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yes they are related. I've no idea what is going on but other sourceforge projects have complained about the same thing. Oh, and the cvs web server is down too. - Original Message - From: Brian Deacon To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 11:28

Re: [nant-dev] MsftFXSDKExternalProgramBase.cs

2003-01-17 Thread Scott Hernandez
I'm good either way. I think it would be nice to allow/force a specific version of the runtime/compiler/tools. As you can guess, I don't have the 1.1 sdk installed. I also don't have any env setup for the fxsdk. It is nice when things just work automagically. - Original Message - From:

Re: [nant-dev] NUnit Error With NAnt...

2003-01-19 Thread Scott Hernandez
True. It took me a little while to see this. But now I understand things much better. And I think I better understand where some of the issues are coming from. In addition to the changes you made, I think we need to set the environment working/current directory to the nunit2 basedir. This will

Re: [nant-dev] NUnit Error With NAnt...

2003-01-19 Thread Scott Hernandez
, there will be confusion and complaints. - Original Message - From: Tomas Restrepo [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, January 19, 2003 6:55 PM Subject: Re: [nant-dev] NUnit Error With NAnt... Hi Scott, True. It took me a little while to see

Re: [nant-dev] Problem with exec task and CMD/BAT files?

2003-01-20 Thread Scott Hernandez
Without seeing the batch file, it is hard to say. Is it possible that your batch file is hanging for path or timeout reasons? (BTW. I don't think the timeout on exec actually works.) Here is a simple sample I created to test with. echo.cmd @echo off echo Command Line Args: FOR %%a IN

Re: [nant-dev] Problem with exec task and CMD/BAT files?

2003-01-21 Thread Scott Hernandez
Jason, This way works well too. The advantage of using args is that they will be quoted if they have spaces. so exec program=echo commmandline=hello c:\program files\file1.txt/ results in echo hello c:\program files\file1.txt exec program=echo arg name=hello/ arg name=c:\program

Re: [nant-dev] Inherited property values

2003-01-21 Thread Scott Hernandez
Inherited properties are not inherited as readonly. There is nothing stopping a child/called project from changing the value of an inherited property. If you want to test you can use a ifnot propertyexists=debug ... /ifnot to check for the properties existence before setting it. See this thread

Re: [nant-dev] nant.location?

2003-01-21 Thread Scott Hernandez
Yep, I did this. It happened when I added shadowcopyfile support. I will do a Path.GetFullPath to resolve the problem. We should also add a test for this. :) - Original Message - From: Tomas Restrepo [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 'Nant-Developers (E-mail)' [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January

Re: [nant-dev] Humbly submitted for your echoing pleasure. :)

2003-01-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
Looks good to me. I'll commit this code later today. There have been logging discussions already; but that was almost 6 months ago, so bring it on :). I'm all for a revamp, esp. re-using work already done by log4net or some other existing system.

Re: [nant-dev] documentation error

2003-01-22 Thread Scott Hernandez
Hi Jeffrey, It looks like this has been fixed in cvs. There is no help/documenter person, but if you would like to help out, there is plenty to do :) And we would really appreciate it. The number one thing on my list is to convert the docs here (http://nant.sourceforge.net/help/index.html;

Re: [nant-dev] documentation error

2003-01-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
, faqs and website. I'd like to see a single document source that can be combined into all of these. Does this clarify anything? - Original Message - From: Jeffrey McManus [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 8:37 PM

Re: [nant-dev] documentation error

2003-01-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
, January 23, 2003 2:51 PM --- Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Right now the Task References are created by NDoc via the userdoc target. The product of this process doesn't seem to be getting checked in. The net result is, when you check out the docs from CVS, the core part

Re: [nant-dev] documentation error

2003-01-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
McManus [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 4:41 PM Subject: Re: [nant-dev] documentation error I understand that it shouldn't be edited directly, but I think it should at least be checked in, because it represents part

Re: [nant-dev] documentation error

2003-01-23 Thread Scott Hernandez
in the day. :) I just haven't gotten it done. - Original Message - From: Jeffrey McManus [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Ian MacLean [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 6:29 PM Subject: Re: [nant-dev] documentation error Having docs

Re: [nant-dev] Is there a new Nant XSD?

2003-01-28 Thread Scott Hernandez
Nope. But I should do another. That XSD was created in that exact manner. I wrote a task that created a xsd from all the loaded tasks. It never got finished (the task that is) because of some limitations in the amount of info in our code attributes. If you would like, I can send you the code. It

[nant-dev] Nightly Builds Begin

2003-01-28 Thread Scott Hernandez
Okay, I've setup nightly builds. I'm using Draco.Net(with a polling period of 0). Then a scheduled task initiates the build at 2am. At the end of the build the scp task copies the zip file up to sourceforge. Nightly.xml is used to do this build. http://nant.sourceforge.net/builds is where things

Re: [nant-dev] Nightly Builds Begin

2003-02-01 Thread Scott Hernandez
see builds if there were changes that day. quote who=Scott Hernandez Okay, I've setup nightly builds. I'm using Draco.Net(with a polling period of 0). Then a scheduled task initiates the build at 2am. At the end of the build the scp task copies the zip file up to sourceforge. Nightly.xml

Re: [nant-dev] Next release

2003-02-05 Thread Scott Hernandez
Docs, Docs, Docs... Okay, here is what I see. The code is very stable. 1.) I've got to make some quick changes so that we don't force the 1.0 framework, but that is pretty small. 2.) ChangeLog (We need to build this by hand from the cvs changes. This is not a very attractive option, but I don't

Re: [nant-dev] Next release

2003-02-05 Thread Scott Hernandez
, and should do what we need, and more. (BTW. Thanks Jayme, your contributions are much appreciated) HTHs, Scott - Original Message - From: Miller, Kevin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Griffin Caprio [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Scott Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Mark Griffiths [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Jeffrey

Re: [nant-dev] 1st run through the nightly build

2003-02-05 Thread Scott Hernandez
Doc changes updated. As for the examples, we have a problem with the VB.Net HelloWindowsForms example. We should remove that one till we get it working. We should also include some more, non-trivial, examples. Maybe something with multiple build files. Anyone have any samples they would be

[nant-dev] NAnt Wiki

2003-02-06 Thread Scott Hernandez
Awiki sounds like a great idea. I'm all for it. I will set one up at http://NAnt.Sourceforge.Net/wiki later today. As for content, it seems like user guides and best practices docsare probably what will be most useful. I don't think that the task references should be maintained in the

Re: [nant-dev] NAnt Wiki

2003-02-07 Thread Scott Hernandez
it all right. I went with phpwiki, it was simple and actually works on sourceforge. I had nothing from headaches and failures trying to get a perl version (usermodwiki) working on SF.Net (worked fine on my redhat box, here). http://NAnt.Sourceforge.Net/wiki - Original Message - From: Scott

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