Re: xproc use case, demonstrator

Dave Pawson <> writes:
> 2009/5/22 Norman Walsh <>:
>> I have every confidence it can, but I can't for the life of me see
>> what that ant script does. What is "" and what are the
>> expected properties?
> I've put all the properties(vars) in an external / included file
> which is a Sun spec in plain text, hence I've parsed them
> using a Python script. I could do it with xslt 2.0 though.
> Just need some way to check that I've defined all the properties
> before I use them, since ant gaily uses ${varname} as a filename (grrr) there some reason not to use the standard Ant idioms for this?

<project name="proptest" default="default" basedir=".">
  <description>Make sure properties are set.</description>

  <condition property="">
      <isset property="somethingImportant"/>

  <target name="" unless="">
    <fail message="You forgot to set some properties"/>

  <target name="init" depends="">

  <target name="default" depends="init">
    <echo>Hello world: ${somethingImportant}</echo>

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Norman Walsh <> | Where are we going? And why am I in            | this handbasket?-- Toto

Received on Friday, 22 May 2009 12:10:10 UTC