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Ujgar Singh Amli
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Hi all,

I am writing a little piece of code that shall parse a simple folder structure to replace the version number present in all of the version.txt files. The way in which I have approached this is to get this to work for a single version.txt file in the same directory as my class and this worked as expected (the new version number is provided as an argument at compile time, e.g. 02.500). The problem lies when I build this to parse a folder structure. The Folder structure is XXX_Src/Dist, where XXX varies. The problem I am getting is that the file is not read in at getFileContents method. An arraylist prior to this stage is created, containing all the varying XXX's (as above), which IS working. The file structure is there. I am using WSAD. Any ideas? Any help/advice would be appreciated. This is driving me mad! I hope I am making sense.

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Ujgar Singh Amli

The code is as follows:




BUILD-ALL.PROPERTIES FILE
 
Ujgar Singh Amli
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Come on guys, can someone help me please?!
 
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It's kind of long to debug for you. Most of it works? What part doesn't? Does it just get file not found? You have quite a lot of logging. Anything useful coming out there?
 
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Hi Stan,

thanks for your reply. The problem lies within the getContentstoWrite method. The programme is giving me a file not found (the first statement within the try statement). Yet the file is there. The folder structure is there.

The programme (when adapted accordingly) works fine for a version.txt file in the same directory as the class file.

I am baffled with this. Ps I am using this within WSAD.
 
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