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Can 't get env.HOSTNAME

Can 't get env.HOSTNAME

2006-11-17       - By Scot P. Floess
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Rob:

That's a great question :)  I hadn't considered that.  However, running
it as you list - sure enough does the "wrong" thing ;)

Anderson, Rob (Global Trade) wrote:
> Are you running this locally or remotely. In other words are you logged
> in to crimson-gecko.corp.upromise.com when you run "ant get-env" or are
> you doing something like this...
>
> ssh crimson-gecko.corp.upromise.com "ant get-env"
>
> -Rob A
>
>  
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: EJ Ciramella [mailto:ejciramella@(protected)]
>> Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 8:27 AM
>> To: user@(protected)
>> Subject: Can't get env.HOSTNAME
>>
>> Hey guys, I'm trying to do something really simple - echo the
>> machine name of the machine running this particular build script.
>>  
>> Crazy thing is, I've seen this work well a billion times
>> over, now it's not working...
>>  
>> Here's what I have:
>>  
>> <target name="get-env">
>>    <property environment="env"/>
>>    <echo message="${env.HOSTNAME}"/>  <-- since it's a unix
>> box, this should work
>>    <echo message="${env.NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS}"/>
>>    <echo message="${env.ANT_HOME}"/>
>> </target>
>>
>> I have the others in there just to see if they work, and the
>> only one that actuall echos out anything is the ant home one.
>>  
>> What gives?
>>
>>    
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