Class Tstamp.CustomFormat

Enclosing class:

public class Tstamp.CustomFormat extends Object
This nested element that allows a property to be set to the current date and time in a given format. The date/time patterns are as defined in the Java SimpleDateFormat class. The format element also allows offsets to be applied to the time to generate different time values.
To do:
consider refactoring out into a re-usable element.
  • Constructor Details

    • CustomFormat

      public CustomFormat()
  • Method Details

    • setProperty

      public void setProperty(String propertyName)
      The property to receive the date/time string in the given pattern
      propertyName - the name of the property.
    • setPattern

      public void setPattern(String pattern)
      The date/time pattern to be used. The values are as defined by the Java SimpleDateFormat class.
      pattern - the pattern to use.
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    • setLocale

      public void setLocale(String locale)
      The locale used to create date/time string. The general form is "language, country, variant" but either variant or variant and country may be omitted. For more information please refer to documentation for the java.util.Locale class.
      locale - the locale to use.
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    • setTimezone

      public void setTimezone(String id)
      The timezone to use for displaying time. The values are as defined by the Java TimeZone class.
      id - the timezone value.
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    • setOffset

      public void setOffset(int offset)
      The numeric offset to the current time.
      offset - the offset to use.
    • setUnit

      @Deprecated public void setUnit(String unit)
      since 1.5.x. setUnit(String) is deprecated and is replaced with setUnit(Tstamp.Unit) to make Ant's Introspection mechanism do the work and also to encapsulate operations on the unit in its own class.
      Set the unit type (using String).
      unit - the unit to use.
    • setUnit

      public void setUnit(Tstamp.Unit unit)
      The unit of the offset to be applied to the current time. Valid Values are
      • millisecond
      • second
      • minute
      • hour
      • day
      • week
      • month
      • year
      The default unit is day.
      unit - the unit to use.
    • execute

      public void execute(Project project, Date date, Location location)
      validate parameter and execute the format.
      project - project to set property in.
      date - date to use as a starting point.
      location - line in file (for errors)