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jdtCompileLogPublisher task doesn't publish @dot.log


Samuel Wu (2132) | asked Apr 01 '11, 2:29 p.m.
My build collected all the java compile logs from plugins and put them to a directory in following structure.
root directory contains a plugins directory. Plugin directory contain plugin1, plugin2.... In plugin1 directory, there is a log file @dot.log.
It was found that the messages in the file @dot.log were not published.
It only publish the messages if there is a runtime directory in the plugin directory.

pdeBuild="true" is set in the ant task.

Can you please provide some suggestion on how to make it work?
Thanks a lot.

Regards, Samuel Wu

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Samuel Wu (2132) | answered Apr 08 '11, 3:36 p.m.
Thank you so much, Brent. Once I removed pdeBuild, it works fine.

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Brent Ulbricht (2.5k11) | answered Apr 04 '11, 4:17 p.m.
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My build collected all the java compile logs from plugins and put them to a directory in following structure.
root directory contains a plugins directory. Plugin directory contain plugin1, plugin2.... In plugin1 directory, there is a log file @dot.log.
It was found that the messages in the file @dot.log were not published.
It only publish the messages if there is a runtime directory in the plugin directory.

pdeBuild="true" is set in the ant task.

Can you please provide some suggestion on how to make it work?
Thanks a lot.

Regards, Samuel Wu


Hi Samuel,

If the pdeBuild attribute is set to true, it looks for files with a file suffix of '.bin.log' or '.bin.xml' in the directory specified. In a non-PDE environment, file names ending with '.log' or '.xml' are assumed to be log files.

Brent Ulbricht
Developer/Lead - RTC Build

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