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Running Calabash as an Ant task

From: GOOCH, Phil <phil.gooch@oup.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 10:30:50 +0000
To: "xproc-dev@w3.org" <xproc-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <04E229667EEBCF4E9A075810ECA4665F3D18AD5945@UKMB02.uk.oup.com>
Hi there

The Calabash documentation suggests that it is possible to run Calabash as an Ant task. However, I am struggling to get this to work, and wonder if anyone could provide some pointers.

I have added the relevant Calabash namespace and typedef declarations in my Ant script, as described in

http://xmlcalabash.com/docs/reference/antsetup.html

and I have added calabash.jar to my %ANT_HOME%/lib directory, but Ant is unable to resolve the 'calabash' task name. My Ant script contains

<target name="build">
<c:calabash in="${source.dir}/${source-lang}/${source-lang}.xml" out="${conversion.dir}/${source-lang}/${source-lang}.xml" pipeline="${xproc..dir}/demo.xpl">
                                <parameter name="source-lang" value="${source-lang}" />
                </c:calabash>
</target>

I am using the latest version of Calabash, 1.0.16-95.

I get the following errors:

[typedef] Could not load definitions from resource com/xmlcalabash/antlib..xml. It could not be found.

Problem: failed to create task or type antlib:com.xmlcalabash:calabash
Cause: the name is undefined

Which doesn't surprise me as calabash.jar does not contain an antlib.xml file in com/xmlcalabash. The Calabash documentation suggests that the typedef should contain  ' resource="com/xmlcalabash/antlib.xml" '

I find it a bit unusual that just putting calabash.jar into ant/lib is sufficient. I would have expected there to be a separate jar for the ant Calabash Ant task, but then I don't know much about Ant!

Any help or pointers much appreciated.

Cheers


Phil

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