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Case sensitive Issue when using Ant Replace task
Joined: Nov 07, 2007
Apr 11, 2009 06:06:51
I want to rename the content of some files (by replacing a
with another) of a specific type (.htm) in a directory including all subdirectories.
Running an "Ant replace task" will do the work:
<replace dir="mydir" token="one" value="two">
This works fine, however I want the replace to be NON-casesensitive, so that e.g. 'ONE' is also replaced by 'two'.
How do I do that?
Joined: May 26, 2003
Apr 11, 2009 07:45:42
The optional task
allows you to specify any regular expression including non-case sensitivity. All the optional tasks require an extra jar in the classpath, so check the documentation before calling it.
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