Since Apache Ant 1.6
Groups a set of properties to be used by reference in a task that supports this.
|dynamic||Whether to reevaluate the set everytime the set
is used. Default is "
|negate||Whether to negate results. If
Selects properties from the current project to be included in the set.
|name||Select the property with the given name.||Exactly one of these.|
|prefix||Select the properties whose name starts with the given string.|
|regex||Select the properties that match the given regular expression. Similar to regexp type mappers, this requires a supported regular expression library.|
|builtin||Selects a builtin set of properties. Valid
values for this attribute are
propertyset can be used as the set union of more
<propertyset id="properties-starting-with-foo"> <propertyref prefix="foo"/> </propertyset> <propertyset id="properties-starting-with-bar"> <propertyref prefix="bar"/> </propertyset> <propertyset id="my-set"> <propertyset refid="properties-starting-with-foo"/> <propertyset refid="properties-starting-with-bar"/> </propertyset>
collects all properties whose name starts with either "foo" or "bar" in the set named "my-set".
A mapper - at maximum one mapper can be specified. The mapper is used to change the names of the property keys, for example:
<propertyset id="properties-starting-with-foo"> <propertyref prefix="foo"/> <mapper type="glob" from="foo*" to="bar*"/> </propertyset>
collects all properties whose name starts with "foo", but changes the names to start with "bar" instead.
If supplied, the nested mapper will be applied subsequent to any negation of matched properties.