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From "Dan North" <>
Subject Re: Publishing 3rd party jars into repository
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2008 15:39:33 GMT
Hi Brian.

Annoyingly you'll have to end up with N lots of ivy.xml files :(

You can define a filesystem resolver with its own name template, so the ivy
file for the fombinator project from could be I did this on a project and it's
surprisingly quick (we rolled a little script to generate default ivy.xml


2008/6/19 Brian Matzon <>:

> Hi All
> I must be missing something basic... I am trying to publish some 3rd party
> jars into our repository. These are not available in any maven repo, so I
> cannot use the install target I have been using so far.
> I think I can solve it by creating an ivy.xml file with no dependencies and
> the relevant artifact - the problem is that I need to publish several jars,
> and that would require me to have N ivy.xml files :(
> It is not an option to use the url attribute of the artifact tag, since
> they are not available elsewhere. They must be placed into - versioned -
> into the repo for later access.
> --
> Brian Matzon
> Certus

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