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From "Xavier Hanin" <>
Subject Re: No sources, javadoc and transitive dependencies for locally installed maven artifacts
Date Sat, 20 Sep 2008 06:28:16 GMT
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 12:59 PM, bartvdc <> wrote:

> I'm trying out Ivy, in combination with my local maven repository.
> I managed to set the  ivysettings and it works.
> Javadoc, sources and transitive dependencies are found and downloaded for
> all regular maven projects but not for those that are localy installed.
> I got one for flexdock 0.5.1 , the sources, javadoc and pom are with the
> jar
> but only the jar is downloaded.
> It's the same for example with commons-logging 1.1, also in my local maven
> repo and also having the source and javadoc nearby. The jar is found in the
> local maven but javadoc and  sources are downloaded from the central maven
> repo.When the central maven repo is commented out in the settings, it's the
> same for commons-logging: source, javadoc and dependencies are not found(no
> exception either).
> Is this the expected behaviour? Did I miss some setting?

Your settings
are not enough to tell Ivy where to find meta information (poms) in
your local m2 repo. I suggest to use an ibiblio resolver for your
local repo too, and set the root to "file:///D:/mvnrepository/".


> I'll attach the files.
> Bart
> ivysettings.xml
> ivy.xml
> flexdock-0.5.1.pom
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