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From Johannes Stamminger <>
Subject Re: Missing configuration in eviction result
Date Fri, 28 Sep 2007 11:30:27 GMT


On Friday 28 September 2007, Xavier Hanin wrote:
> On 9/26/07, Johannes Stamminger <>
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > we observe the following:
> >
> > moduleA depends libX-1.+ in conf U
> > moduleA depends moduleB in conf U,V
> > moduleB depends libX-[1.5,) in conf U,V
> > (conf mappings straight forward, U,V->@)
> >
> > Lates libX version in the repo is e.g. 1.7


> What I am not that sure is how it should behave with having requested it
> > once
> > with 1.+ and the other time with 1.5 (with 1.7 being the latest one
> > again).
> > IMHO I would again expect libX being included in both configurations
> > again -
> > as both resolved versions, 1.5 and 1.7, contain conf U and V ... ?
> I'm not sure of what you say here... you're now talking about 1.5, but I
> thought you were not asking 1.5 anywhere, only [1.5,) which actually
> resolves to 1.7. Using the rules [1.5,) or 1.+ should be equivalent in your
> case (since the latest version is 1.7). So if Ivy is lost with these two,
> it's a bug.

I tried to say, that I am not sure if both configurations should be included, 
if the requested versions defined by the dependencies resolve to different 
ones (before conflict management), e.g. with modified example

moduleB depends libX-1.5 in conf U,V

Now, before conflict management, two *different* versions are resolved, 1.5 
and 1.7. Now 1.5 indeed get's evicted and I was thinking about, if it would 
be correct to "merge" the requested configurations. Maybe this should be done 
only for those, being included in both versions?

> Could you open a JIRA issue, with some more details about your settings,
> your ivy version, and your ivy files. A junit test reproducing the problem
> would be great!

IVY-613. When time permits, I will try to provide unit tests.

Kind regards,
Johannes Stamminger

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