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From "Hensley, Richard" <>
Subject Using Anakia with a file and templatePath att ribute
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2001 01:21:24 GMT
I'm goofing around with the Anakia example because I'm going to use
Anakia to generate some static html. One of the things that I noticed
was a number of warnings in the velocity.log:

Thu Nov 01 16:58:19 PST 2001   [warn] Velocimacro : VM addition rejected
: makeProject : inline not allowed to replace existing VM

I remembered reading something on the list about having the resource
loader cache turned on to prevent these warnings, so I built a file in the build directory. When the file was
present, the real problem I'm having surfaced. The documentation says
that the templatePath attribute of the Anakia task overrides the path
defined in the My velocity.properites contained
only the following:

file.resource.loader.cache = true 

However when I ran ant, I got the following error: 

   [anakia] Error:
org.apache.velocity.exception.ResourceNotFoundException: Unable to find
resource './site.vsl' 

This sounded like a path problem so I started investigating the Anakia
code and I found the following snippet in the Anakia.execute method:

            if ( velocityPropertiesFile.exists() ) 
            else if (templatePath != null && templatePath.length() > 0) 

If I'm reading this code correctly, it says if there is a velocity
properties file, use it. Otherwise, set the file resource loader path to
the template path.

I found this in velocity-1.2-rc2. I check the most recent in cvs, and it has the same code snippet. 

I'm not sure which, but either the documentation is wrong, or the code
is wrong. 

What should the fixed? 

I'm still a very new user, so I'm not sure how to fix the code. However,
I could fix the Anakia.xml documentation file. 

Richard Hensley 
Sr. Technical Development Advisor 
Fellow, McKesson Information Solutions, 2000 
McKesson Information Solutions - Horizon Lab 
(541) 681-8221

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