Hi, In my multi-module maven project I have a bunch of properties files that need to be translated and a bunch that do not. So far, the files to include have been explicitly specified via the includes command line argument (or the same argument in my root pom.xml).
My question is, can I replace the includes list with a set of rules in zanata.xml? It would be great to encapsulate all of the zanata configurations in zanata.xml and not have to rely on a shell script or config in pom.xml. The current include list looks like this: <includes> moduleA/src/main/resources/another/path/messages.properties, moduleA/src/main/resources/another/path/CommonConstants.properties, moduleB/src/main/resources/path2/SpecificConstants.properties, moduleC/src/main/resources/path3/ConsoleErrors.properites </includes> I've tried a few combinations of putting those paths in rule patterns or rule bodies along with the substitution strings. Nothing has really worked so far. Any ideas? Can I do what I'm trying to do? Thank, Scott -- Scott Dickerson Senior Software Engineer RHEV-M Engineering - UX Team Red Hat, Inc
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