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From jeff <>
Subject RE: something like mvn install plugin?
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 14:01:39 GMT
hi gilles,

yes, eventually i found a way to do what i wanted w/ ivy:install. the only thing i didn't
like about this solution is that i had to call out the dependencies in the build file, instead
of an ivy.xml file. 

Gilles Scokart <> wrote: Did you tried the ivy:install task?  


From: jeff [] 
Sent: mercredi 11 avril 2007 20:31
Subject: something like mvn install plugin?

we have a large ant-based project that is presently just referencing a
shared directory for it's dependencies. we'd like use ivy to better manage
those dependencies.

some of our dependencies are already in standard repos, but some of them
aren't. we just have a JAR file that we did not build and cannot build. so i
was looking for something like "mvn install:install-file ..." to "publish"
the JAR into the ivy local cache. eventually these dependencies will be in a
well-defined maven repo, but that is a lot of overhead just to do a proof of
concept w/ ivy ...

i've tried quite a few variations on this and i can't seem to find anything
in ivy that will let me do this easily. i've attached two files, publish.xml
and dsame-ivy.xml that are supposed to be doing the task. when i run it, i

[ivy:configure] Loading
[ivy:configure] :: Ivy 1.4.1 - 20061109165313 :: ::
[ivy:configure] :: configuring :: file =
[ivy:publish] :: publishing :: [ com.sun.dsame | sdk ]

/home/jtb/src/ps.trunk/buildutil/publish.xml:16: impossible to publish
artifacts for [ com.sun.dsame | sdk | 7.0 ]:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: unknown resolver local

any ideas?
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