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From Jing Xue <jing...@digizenstudio.com>
Subject Re: Using a HDD as the local repository
Date Wed, 23 May 2007 15:34:19 GMT

Quoting "Foreman, Alex \(IT\)" <Alexander.Foreman@morganstanley.com>:
[snip]
> The problem is that when I have a project that uses for instance 'apache
> commons-lang 2.1' It resolves the file perfectly in my FileSystem
> resolver and copies it to my local ivy repo ~/.ivy/cache...  I do not
> want to copy the files.  I want it to use the files where they are and
> just point to them.
>
> How is this possible.
[snip]

In my relatively simple setup, I have the CacheResolver as the first  
in the chain, and don't keep a separate file system repo that mirrors  
the public ones. That saves the copying. For some reason the  
CacheResolver isn't documented though.

HTH
-- 
Jing Xue



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