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Java - Ant tags/keywords

condition, condition, isfailure, isfailure

The source code

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 * Condition to test a return-code for failure.
 * @since Ant 1.7
public class IsFailure implements Condition {
    private int code;

     * Set the return code to check.
     * @param c the return code.
    public void setCode(int c) {
        code = c;

     * Get the return code that will be checked by this IsFailure condition.
     * @return return code as int.
    public int getCode() {
        return code;

     * Fulfill the condition interface.
     * @return the result of evaluating the specified return code.
    public boolean eval() {
        return Execute.isFailure(code);


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