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From "John Gill" <>
Subject Re: resolving java source files using IvyDE
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2007 01:21:39 GMT
It is possible to "attach" the source jars to the class jars in ivyDE. The
trick is to ensure that the name of the source jar is the same as the class

If your class jar is called "myjar.jar" then name your source jar "
myjar.src.jar" and then define both the class and source jar in your
ivy.xmlfile like so:

<artifact name="myjar"           type="jar" />
<artifact name="myjar"           type="src" ext="src.jar" />

Then make sure that ivyDE is configured to accept the type "src" as the
source types.

The same trick works for javadoc as well (although I don't tend to find this
as useful, unless perhaps you don't have the source code jar).
<artifact name="myjar"           type="javadoc" ext="zip" />

If the source jars and javadoc jars are from a third party and not names
appropriately, then what I do is rename them and put them in your own ivy

On 10/4/07, <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using IvyDE since two days now. I am working with RAD 7 in a large
> scale project.
> IvyDE seems to help me solving my classpath problems.
> I have found out how to declare dependencies for library jars in my
> workspace using a simple file resolver:
>         <resolvers>
>                 <filesystem name="internal">
>                         <ivy pattern="C:/workspace/[module]/ivy.xml" />
>                         <artifact
> pattern="C:/workspace/libDir/[module].jar" />
>                 </filesystem>
>         </resolvers>
> I have still some trouble to put simple java projects including sources of
> my workspace into the build path of RAD.
> I assume that this possible using  IvyDE.
> Does anybody have an idea how to solve this problem using IvyDE?
> Tanja
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John Gill

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