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From "Xavier Hanin" <xavier.ha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Determining published artifacts from an ant.
Date Wed, 17 Jan 2007 17:26:59 GMT
On 1/17/07, Ross Clewley <ross.clewley@oracle.com> wrote:
>
> Hi
>
> Is there a way to get hold of the published artifacts for a module that
> you are about to build? I think the answer is probably no but it could
> be made possible with an enhancement to the /info/ task.
>
> Let me explain why I'm interested in being able to do this. We have a
> modular build system, using Ivy of course, which is not entirely
> dissimilar to the 'multiple projects environment' tutorial. Like that
> example, we have a common build file that builds each project. The base
> variant of this common build file just builds the contents of the
> project into a jar. However, unlike in the tuturial, we can't always
> guarantee that the jar name is the same as the ant project name. Given
> that I'd like to be able to define the name of the jar in just one
> place, it'd be useful if, in my common modular build file, I could get
> hold of the name (or names) and types etc. of the artifacts declared to
> be produced in the ivy file.
>
> At the moment we do it the other way around and set the jar name in a
> property in a property file that's local to each project and then use
> that property definition in the Ivy file. However, I'd prefer to keep
> the data describing what each project produces all together in the Ivy
> file.
>
> It seems like an extension to the /info/ task could set properties for
> the declared artifacts in the Ant project. Since there are variable
> numbers of artifacts it would presumably want to do this using patterns
> for the property names and values just like the /artifactproperty/ task
> does for resolved artifacts.


It makes sense. There is also another user asking for the info task to be
able to read the publication attribute, and I think reading the branch
attribute could be fine too. Not too difficult to implement, maybe a jira
issue for all of this would be fine.

Xavier


thanks
>
> Ross
>

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