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From paul.newp...@targetgroup.net
Subject RE: URL=.... Behaviour
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2008 09:11:30 GMT





"We have a standard resolver where 90% of our projects exist in the correct
place.
10% of projects are in the same filesystem but not standardly placed.
We cannot change the place they exist at.

So anything unstandard is located via a url="file://....." link for the
artifact.

We wish to use there origin location rarther than the place in the cache."

Can you explain why you have the requirement of non-standard locations ? At
first glance this could make builds quite fragile - why can't you publish
stuff off the file system into a repository and then use the cached version
after you do a resolve ?



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