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From "Xavier Hanin" <xavier.ha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: local m2-style repository
Date Sat, 11 Nov 2006 10:13:24 GMT
On 11/10/06, Steve Loughran <stevel@apache.org> wrote:
>
>
> I know that my official role on the project is 'mentor' not
> troublemaker, but I take the view the more I break things, the better
> the tests people get to write.


I agree, I like problem reports, it's the best way to improve a tool. And
Ivy still need a lot of improvements :-)

Here's my next problem:
>
> I can declare that a filesystem layout shoudl be m2 compatible:
>
>     <filesystem name="team">
>       ivys="true" artifacts="true"
>       m2compatible="true" >
>       <artifact
> pattern="${ivy.conf.dir}/repository/${maven2.pattern.ext}"/>
>       <ivy pattern="${ivy.conf.dir}/repository/${maven2.pattern}.xml"/>
>     </filesystem>
>
> But it doesnt pick up, because the javax.j2ee pattern isnt being
> switched to javax/j2ee.
>
> [ivy:resolve]                   team: tried
> /home/slo/Projects/examples/diary/repository/javax.j2ee/j2ee/1.5/j2ee-
> 1.5.xml
> [ivy:resolve]                   team: tried artifact [ javax.j2ee | j2ee
> | 1.5 ]/j2ee.jar[jar]:
> [ivy:resolve]
> /home/slo/Projects/examples/diary/repository/javax.j2ee/j2ee/1.5/j2ee-
> 1.5.jar
>
> Is this intentional?


No it isn't, I'm even surprised it doesn't work. You can open a bug in jira
(still on http://jira.jayasoft.org, but will be moved to apache soon :-) ).


Xavier

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