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From Shawn Castrianni <>
Subject RE: printing out dependencies
Date Mon, 25 Feb 2008 08:42:10 GMT
I hope someone finds a simpler way, but I was able to work through it using the report task
and then parsing the xml file with xmltask:

                <ivy:report xml="true" xsl="false" graph="false" dot="false" todir="${basedir}/build/report"
                <ac:var name="report.directDependencies"/>
                <ac:var name="report.allDependencies"/>
                <xt:xmltask source="${basedir}/build/report/report.xml">
                        <xt:call path="ivy-report/dependencies/module">
                                <param name="reportModuleDependencyName" path="@name"/>
                                <param name="reportModuleDependencyParent" path="revision/caller/@name"/>
                                                <equals arg1="@{reportModuleDependencyParent}"
                                                        <ac:var name="report.directDependencies"
                                        <ac:var name="report.allDependencies" value="${report.allDependencies}@{reportModuleDependencyName},"/>
                <echo message="${report.directDependencies}"/>
                <echo message="${report.allDependencies}"/>

Shawn Castrianni

-----Original Message-----
From: Shawn Castrianni []
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2008 1:38 AM
To: ''
Subject: printing out dependencies

I am trying to write an ant task that just prints out the direct and indirect dependencies
of my current ivy module.  For example, if I had A depends on B depends on C, then if I run
this ant task on A, I want the following printed to the console:


How can I do this?  The info task doesn't look at dependencies and all of the reporting tasks
write to output files with a lot of extra resolve stuff I don't care about.  I just want some
ant properties to be set so that I can echo them to the console.  Is this possible?

Shawn Castrianni

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