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From Gregoire Henry <>
Subject Re: problem with work files created in cache by ivy:resolve (ivy 1.4)
Date Mon, 30 Jul 2007 15:54:25 GMT
not exactly true .. let's say you have 2 version of the same project 
(say 1.0 and 1.1) , you could have collision between the generated files 
as there is no version number in file name (this is our case) ...

Jing Xue a écrit :
> Quoting Gregoire Henry <>:
>> Gilles, I agree with your explanation, but are you effectively saying
>> that you can use a such produced files in a build for another project ?
>> or for another build in the same project .. I can't imagine a use case
>> for that .. can you explain me this practice ?
> I would imagine that, for any given (org, module, conf), the 
> resolution information (i.e. the xml file produced) is only specific 
> to, well, the org+module+conf, but _not_ to any particular build or 
> project.  That information only becomes out-dated when the 
> corresponding ivy.xml has been changed, which normally I don't see 
> happening between concurrent builds.  Between different projects, it 
> wouldn't be an issue at all because another project would have a 
> different module id and hence a completely different set of resolution 
> files, wouldn't it?
> Cheers.

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