I had this same issue when working with the Hello tutorial. I've seen
other threads that say that it is fixed in the SVN repository. That
doesn't really do much good. I think the point of having a website is
to make it convenient for its users. Having to look for components of
a system in other places is not convenient.
I would think that you would want to get this released as soon as
possible. The Hello tutorial is the place where a lot of people go to
learn about IVY and when it doesn't work it will either discourage them
and even might make Ivy like its still not ready for production since
the tutorial doesn't even work.
Gilles Scokart wrote:
I guess it is actually the <packaging>bundle</packaging> present in the
I don't know what it means. It is not described in the description of the
Up to now we were considering that the packaging is actually the extension.
If this pom is correct, it is not.
2007/10/24, kukusz <email@example.com>:
This seems to be a very simple problem that I am having trouble tracking
down. I have downloaded the tutorial and it works great. Now when I try
use this for my own dependencies I start seeing some issues. One of the
things I am looking for is the apache camel-script jar. Here is the POM
So I have this in my ivy.xml:
<info organisation="test" module="test" />
<dependency org="org.apache.camel" name="camel-script"
When I run retrieve, I see:
[ivy:retrieve] ==== public: tried
There must be some setting that I am missing, why is it looking for a
*.bundle and not fetching the JAR in that location? Pointing me to the
relevant documentation explaining this is a good starting point.
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