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cruise control with embedded Jetty server

Ryan Zezeski
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Hi, i'm using cruisecontrol 2.3.1 to automate an ant build process. I'm using the embedded Jetty server. I was wondering if there is anyway for Jetty to load logs from a different location than CCHOME/logs. The reason i'm asking is because I have my config file, projects, and logs outside of the CC directory structure. So it seems if I want Jetty to host my build results I would have to create a script that copies my logs dir to the CC logs dir. I would rather not do that and I want to keep my config file, projects, and logs seperate from the CC directory. Anyoone know if I can do this without editing the source? Did I miss something that allows me to do this?


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