Replace Tokens Step
This step replaces tokens in files.
Specify a comma or space-separated list of patterns of files to include.
Pattern Matching Rules:
* matches zero or more characters
? matches one character
** matches zero or more directories
Specify the name of a file in which to store the replacement name/value pairs. You can use an existing file. If this file does not exist before the step is run, it is created by the plugin and removed upon completion. If it does exist before the step is run, it is retained.
The directory relative to the current working directory that contains the files on which to operate
|Exclude Files||Specify a comma or space-separated list of patterns of files to exclude. Pattern matching rules are the same as those listed in Include Files.|
|Start Token Delimiter||
Specify one or more characters to indicate where a token to replace begins.
|End Token Delimiter||Specify one or more characters to indicate where a token to replace ends.|
Specify a prefix to be used to determine which properties to
include in token replacement. For example,
Specify a value here for the step to use existing property names as tokens to replace in the target files.
The delimiter and prefix settings apply. If you have
Specify a new-line-separated list of tokens to replace, in the form of token->value.
The tokens used in this field are not affected by the
delimiter or prefix options. To replace
If you specify a value in Property List, the explicit tokens are added as additional values to replace and override any properties that have the same name. You cannot use regular expressions here.