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AntForm question

2006-11-29       - By Patrick Martin
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Hello,

The thing is that antform is meant to be different from <input>. It allows user
to override default values.

However, I missed the fact that you were using the unless attributes. What we
may be able to do is skip the form display if no "widget" (antform sub-element)
is to be displayed.

Would that be ok for you?

Patrick

Quoting Hans Schwaebli <hans_schwaebli@(protected)>:

> The thing I tried to suggest kindly is that Antform does not show any form if
> all properties for the form have already been set. This is the default
> behavior of Ant scripts comparing to Input tasks. It simply skips the Input
> task if the property was set. The same behavior should apply to forms if all
> properties for the form have been set before. That would enable automation.
>
>
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> "Rebhan, Gilbert" <Gilbert.Rebhan@(protected)> wrote:
>
> i just had a quick look in the antform manual,
> you're already using the unless attributes.
>
> so no need for the extra condition
>
> the script works as it should, showing only
> the main screen but you're not able to
> declare your own recipient,subject, body
> as those properties are already set.
>
> my env here = ant 1.6.5, jdk1.4.2_05,Win2k
>
> Regards, Gilbert
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rebhan, Gilbert [mailto:Gilbert.Rebhan@(protected)]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 11:53 AM
> To: Ant Users List
> Subject: RE: AntForm question
>
>
> Hi,
>
> use a condition to check whether those props are already set =
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> and in the target where AntForm comes in use unless =
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> ...
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> so the target useAntForm is only executed if those props are not
> already set.
>
> Regards, Gilbert
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hans Schwaebli [mailto:hans_schwaebli@(protected)]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 11:06 AM
> To: Ant Users List
> Subject: AntForm question
>
> When I run this, the form is shown, although all properties are already
> set. If all properties are set, why does it show the form? More
> important? How can I teach Antform not to show the form if all
> properties are set?
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> lookAndFeel="com.sun.java.swing.plaf.windows.WindowsLookAndFeel"
> save="properties.txt"
> image="doc/images/testlogo.jpg">
> To send a mail, use the following form. Pick a recipient,
> type a subject and a body...the script will do the rest.
> property="recipient" values="address1@(protected);
> address2@(protected); address4@(protected)" separator=";"/>
> property="subject" />
> property="body"/>
> property="send"/>
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