This example illustrates how to define the property file whether it is
local or global. When you create build.properties on local target, then
the echo message prints that this file is Local but when the file
is not created on local target, then it shows the message Global
The <property name="build.property" value="Global"/> element is used to define global build.properties file and <property name="build.property" value="Target"/> is used to define local build.properties file. The target <target name="global-file"> is used to print the global value of build.properties file and <target name="local-file"> is used to print local value of build.properties file.
Source code of build.xml:
Run this program - the following output will be displayed.
If any given property file which is not available on local target (code is given below).
When you run this program, then the following output will be displayed.
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