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From "Xavier Hanin" <>
Subject Re: missing branch attribute in resolved ivy file
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2008 21:18:48 GMT
On Feb 4, 2008 5:37 PM, Shawn Castrianni <>

> I have several different modules each with their own independent branching
> schemes.  I have setup module specific settings in my settings file to
> specify which branch of which module to use.  The problem is in the
> published modules ivy files.  These resolved ivy files do not specify which
> branch of which module was used in the dependency section.  It just lists
> the name and revision of each dependent module.  I want to know which branch
> was used for each dependent module.
> I guess my question is why doesn't the deliver task populate the branch
> attribute for dependencies in the resolved ivy files?  How would someone be
> able to trace back the history of a given module build without knowing which
> branch the dependencies came from?

I guess the answer is that we simply forgot this case. I think it really
makes sense to populate the branch as soon as it's not the default one (I
mean Ivy default). You can open a bug in JIRA.


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