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Eclipse JET Guide
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Ant Tasks Provided by JET

JET provides several ant tasks to faciliate the compilation of JET templates and execution of JET transformations in an Eclipse headless environment. These can be used with buildfiles that are set to build within the same JRE as the workspace.

jet.compile

This task wraps the JET compiler JET2Compiler. Typical usage is:

<!-- Compile the JET templates in project my.jet.plugin -->
<jet.compile project="my.jet.plugin" destdir="jet2java">
    <srcdir dir="." includes="**/*.jet"/>
</jet.compile>
    
  • project is the name of the Eclipse project containing the compiled output.
  • destDir is the project relative directory where the Java code for the templates will be written. Package directories will be created under this directory.
  • srcDir is an Ant Fileset, specifying template locations and file match rules. The dir attribute is required, an must be relative to the JET project path.

jet.transform

This task wraps the method JET2Platform.runTransformationOnResource(). Typical usage is:

<jet.transform transformid="my.transform.id" resource="myProject/myfile.ext"/>
  • transformid is the id of the transformation to run
  • resource is a workspace relative path to the transform input.

 
 
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