Converts a path form for a particular platform, optionally storing the resultinto a given property. It can also be used when you need to convert FileList, FileSet, DirSet into a list, separated by a given character, such as a comma or space, or, conversely, e.g. to convert a list of files in a FileList into a path.
map elements can be specified to map Windows
drive letters to Unix paths, and vice-versa.
A single nested
mapper element can be specified to perform any of various filename
Table B.29: Attributes
|The target architecture. This is a shorthand mechanism for specifying both pathsep and dirsep according to the specified target architecture.||N/A||No|
|The character(s) to use as the directory separator in the generated paths.||No|
|The character(s) to use as the path-element separator in the generated paths.||No|
|The name of the property in which to place the converted path.||result will be logged if unset||No|
|What to convert, given as a reference to a path, fileset or dirset defined elsewhere||if omitted, a nested path element must be supplied.||No|
|Should the property be set, even if the result is the empty string?||true||No|
|Whether to preserve duplicate resources.||false||No|