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From "andy.davids" <andy.dav...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: working copy
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2008 09:47:02 GMT

Thanks Tjeerd
I was hoping it was possible to do it through ivy.xml.  If I am working on a
large app that is made up of a number of projects I would like to be able to
check in to my source control a fully usable config file (ivy.xml) which
uses working copies when needed.




Tjeerd Verhagen wrote:
> 
> Use the standard Eclipse feature 'Required projects' for this.
> 
> Go to your project properties -> [left tree] Java Build Path -> [tab]
> Projects -> Use the Add button, so select your dependee project.
> 
> Tjeerd
> 
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 11:19 AM, andy.davids <andy.davids@yahoo.co.uk>
> wrote:
> 
>>
>> Hi
>> Is it possible to reference the class files of another project as a
>> dependency ie as a workingcopy using IvyDE please?
>> As an example I have project depender that depends on project dependee. 
>> I
>> can make a change to dependee and publish a new version then retrieve the
>> latest.integration revision into depender, but what I would like to do is
>> specify rev in ivy.xml as "workingcopy" thereby automatically reflecting
>> changes into depender without the publish and retrieve tasks.
>> Hope thats not unclear, and thank you
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