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How to put new line in apache ant message

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rajeshkumar created the topic: How to put new line in apache ant message
How to put new line in Apache Ant echo task and mail task:

line.separator is Java System Properties which can be used for this purpose.
Found the solution (tried with Ant 1.7.0):

1. You might wrap the message-texts within the XML file.
2. If you put ${line.separator} in front of the line every space before that line separator will be trimmed away.

Example Program:

If new properties get added (it happens), expect them to appear under the “ant.” and “” prefixes, unless the developers have a very good reason to use another prefix. Accordingly, please avoid using properties that begin with these prefixes. This protects you from future Ant releases breaking your build file.
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