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From Scott Goldstein <>
Subject Re: Eclipse Integration
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2007 00:54:48 GMT
Not a stupid question at all.  I didn't realize where you meant to right click, as i don't
usually use Package Explorer.  I then found the instructions at
and figured out your message.  It took a restart of Eclipse, but I finally got the library
to appear in package explorer.  The resolve then solved the problem.
  It would be useful to have the Ivy menu options in the Navigator view as well.

Xavier Hanin <> wrote:
  Maybe a stupid question: have you tried to run a "resolve" on the classpath container (right
click, resolve). IvyDE run resolve only on demand, bacause it can be a long running operation.
When you don't ask it reuse the last resolve information from Ivy resolution cache (the location
of Ivy cache depends on your settings, by default its user.hom/.ivy2/cache.


  On Dec 9, 2007 1:11 AM, Scott Goldstein <> wrote:
  I've recently tried the latest builds from  With both
the Oct. and Dec builds, the build path is missing one of my dependencies.  I only have two,
one in each configuration.  I have both configurations checked in the ivyde build path container

 I was wondering if there is a cache somewhere?  The missing dependency is one which I've
just added.  I've tried to restart Eclipse as well as remove and add the IvyDE classpath container
from and to the build path.  These steps don't seem to solve the problem. 


Xavier Hanin <> wrote:
 The problem is that there is no IvyDE release working with latest Ivy 
version (2.0 stream). So you either need to use Ivy 1.4.1 and IvyDE 1.2, or
use Ivy 2.0 stream (currently alpha 2, beta 1 around the corner) and a trunk
build of IvyDE. If you opt for this last option there are unofficial builds 
available here:


  On Dec 3, 2007 11:52 PM, Andy Davids wrote: 

> Hi
> I recently come across your project and am trying to work through basic
> config and have reached a wall.
> I wish to use the eclipse plugin and am stuck trying to import an
> example like the Depender example project. 
> I am able to build the projects outside of eclipse and am able to import
> the standalone project and configure, but the depender project does not
> import the standalone jar into the ivy.xml[*] repository. Could you let 
> me know if this is possible behaviour or if not then the preferred way
> to do this.
> Thanks in advance.
> Andy
> Eclipse 3.3 Jdk1.6 Plugin 1.2

Xavier Hanin - Independent Java Consultant

Xavier Hanin - Independent Java Consultant 

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