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From bhatia <Bha...@OFAC.CH>
Subject Re: ivy demo with cruise control
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:00:57 GMT

I was referring to the following tutorial on the Ivy website: 

I also want to publish a modified project in the local repository; I guess
that can be done with Cruise Control. But how do I tell Ivy, that it should
resolve from the local repository and not from the network repository ?

For example, in your demo (URL mentioned above), you do a resolve on the
File project and that gets you the dependency from the local repository (the
List project on which you made changes). How do you do that ?


Xavier Hanin wrote:
> On 8/27/07, bhatia <> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Its a very inspiring demo. Thats exactly what I want to implement, the
>> ability to find a dependency in the workspace. For example, the File
>> project
>> is able to resolve a modified dependency (the list project) in the local
>> workspace. How does that happen ?
>> I thought I would normally be required to first publish the list project
>> to
>> the repository with my changes and then do a resolve in the File project
>> from IvyDE to get my changes in the list project.
>> Can someone explain me how to do this in Ivy ? Or maybe I need
>> CruiseControl
>> with IvyCruise to do this trick.
> I'm not sure about which demo you're referring to. With a continuous
> integration server, what you can do is make the server publish each
> integration build to a repository, so that a new version is available each
> time someone commit. You don't need a plugin for this, all CI server can
> call the target you want, and it's up to you to publish your module in
> your
> build.xml target called by the server. If you want to get a locally
> modified
> version, you need to publish it to a repository, but we recommend to
> publish
> it to a local repository (on the developer workstation), so that the
> locally
> modified version is only available to the developer. I think the tutorial
> on
> dependent projects demonstrate this (and the multi project too, but there
> isn't much doc).
> Is it clearer now?
> Xavier
> thanks
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