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Ant build.xml only replacing one instance of token


Ant build.xml only replacing one instance of token

By : user2950157
Date : November 17 2020, 11:52 AM
hop of those help? Im using the replace task to replace a token in my html pages but it only appears to be replacing the token in 1 file and skipping the rest. , Maybe you should do something like this?
code :
<replace dir="${basedir}" token="@CDN" value="&quot;${cdnUrl}&quot;">
    <include name="**/*.html"/>
</replace>
<mkdir dir="${basedir}/target"/>  <!-- Or whatever you call your build directory -->
<copy todir="${basedir}/target">
    <fileset dir="${basedir}">
        <include name="**/*.html"/>
    </fileset>
    <filterset prefix="@" suffix="@">
        <filter token="CDN"
             value="&quot;${cdnUrl}&quot;"/>
    </filterset>
</copy>


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