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From "Alexey N. Solofnenko" <>
Subject Re: uptodate using .xml to .java but not 1 to 1
Date Wed, 04 May 2005 16:50:50 GMT
In general you will need a mapper, if there are a many source and 
destination files. If you can select one destination file out of many 
(if several destination files are generated together), you can just use 
plain <uptodate>. Otherwise please look at <apply> task.

- -Alexey.

EJ Ciramella wrote:

> Every once in a while I stumble across this problem where a tool reads 
> in xml and generates java files. We have a custom written tool here 
> that does this but there is no up to date check so the java files are 
> created each time. Do I need to write a custom mapper or is there a 
> simple way to do this? The xml files share nothing in common in the 
> way of their names with the java files.
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