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Continuus Support

These ant tasks are wrappers around Continuus Source Manager. They have been tested against versions 5.1/6.2 on Windows 2000, but should work on other platforms with ccm installed.

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CCMCheckin

Description

Task to checkin a file

Parameters

Attribute Values Required
file Path to the file that the command will operate on Yes
comment Specify a comment. Default is "Checkin" plus the date No
task Specify the task number used to check in the file (may use 'default') No
ccmdir path to the ccm executable file, required if it is not on the PATH No

Examples

<ccmcheckin file="c:/wa/com/foo/MyFile.java"
        comment="mycomment"/>

Checks in the file c:/wa/com/foo/MyFile.java. Comment attribute mycomment is added as a task comment. The task used is the one set as the default.


CCMCheckout

Description

Task to perform a Checkout command to Continuus

Parameters

Attribute Values Required
file Path to the file that the command will operate on Yes (file|fileset)
fileset fileset containing the file to be checked out
comment Specify a comment. No
task Specify the task number used to checkin the file (may use 'default') No
ccmdir path to the ccm executable file, required if it is not on the PATH No

Examples

<ccmcheckout file="c:/wa/com/foo/MyFile.java"
        comment="mycomment"/>

Check out the file c:/wa/com/foo/MyFile.java. Comment attribute mycomment is added as a task comment The used task is the one set as the default.

<ccmcheckout  comment="mycomment">
  <fileset dir="lib" >

    <include name="**/*.jar"/>
  </fileset>
</ccmcheckout >
  

Check out all the files in the lib directory having the .jar extension. Comment attribute mycomment is added as a task comment The used task is the one set as the default.

CCMCheckinTask

Description

Task to perform a check in default task command to Continuus

Parameters

Attribute Values Required
comment Specify a comment. No
task Specify the task number used to check in the file (may use 'default') No
ccmdir path to the ccm executable file, required if it is not on the PATH No

Examples

<ccmcheckintask comment="blahblah/>

Does a Checkin default task on all the checked out files in the current task.

CCMReconfigure

Description

Task to perform an reconfigure command to Continuus.

Parameters

Attribute Values Required
recurse recurse on subproject (default false) No
verbose do a verbose reconfigure operation (default false) No
ccmproject Specifies the ccm project on which the operation is applied. Yes
ccmdir path to the ccm executable file, required if it is not on the PATH No

Examples

<ccmreconfigure ccmproject="ANTCCM_TEST#BMO_1"
         verbose="true"/>

Does a Continuus reconfigure on the project ANTCCM_TEST#BMO_1.

CCMCreateTask

Description

Create a Continuus task.

Parameters

Attribute Values Required
comment Specify a comment. No
platform Specify the target platform No
ccmdir path to the ccm executable file, required if it is not on the PATH No
resolver Specify the resolver No
release Specify the CCM release No
subsystem Specify the subsystem No
task Specify the task number used to checkin the file (may use 'default') No

Examples

<ccmcreatetask resolver="${user.name}"
            release="ANTCCM_TEST" comment="blahblah"/>

Creates a task for the release ANTCCM_TEST with the current user as the resolver for this task.

Source: Apache Ant


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