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From "Bagwell, Allen F" <>
Subject RE: [Announce] Release of IvyDE 2.0.0.beta1
Date Mon, 15 Dec 2008 22:40:41 GMT
OK, did that. I'm looking at the console output.

Is there anything there that I should be looking for as an indicator of an error?

The last block of text says that it is loading settings for my ivysettings.xml file. Then
it goes on to list a bunch of ivy specific settings in light purple text. But nothing says
failed or parse error.

One thing I just noticed in my plugin configuration. 'Apache Ivy 2.0.0.cr2' which was listed
as part of the IvyDE update site I installed as well, but it has an error X next to it and
the status says: "The feature is not configured properly. Plugin 'org.apache.ivy' version
'2.0.0.cr2' referenced by this feature is missing." So it can't reference itself?  And I'm
not sure if that's part of my mysterious settings file parse problem. Might be a separate


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Becheanu [] 
Sent: Monday, December 15, 2008 3:06 PM
Subject: Re: [Announce] Release of IvyDE 2.0.0.beta1

Switch your eclipse console to ivy console to see more details. (there is a small drop down
on the upper left side of your eclipse console)

One way to try fixing  this issue is remove the ivy.xml from libraries and add it back.

On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 3:57 PM, Bagwell, Allen F <> wrote:
> Upgrading to this from IvyDE alpha 1 broke my ability to read my ivysettings.xml file.
> I keep getting an unspecified error in my project saying that my ivy settings file has
a parse error.
> However if I open my ivysettings.xml file in the Ivy Editor, there is 
> no indicator of a parsing error. (Nor should I expect there to be 
> since I haven't changed it between alpha1 and this beta.)
> -Allen
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nicolas Lalevée []
> Sent: Monday, December 15, 2008 11:09 AM
> To:;
> Subject: [Announce] Release of IvyDE 2.0.0.beta1
> The Apache Ivy project is pleased to announce the release of IvyDE 2.0.0.beta1.
> IvyDE is an Eclipse plugin that leverage the management of the Ivy dependencies in the
Eclipse development environment.
> It will help you manage your classpath based on the Ivy dependencies, with a dedicated
editor of ivy.xml files, with completion.
> Whereas the status of the previous release was alpha, we got this plugin to be more stable.
The bugs which were making the plugin unusable have been fixed.
> Thought we know that there are still some bugs, so this is a milestone towards the final
release. But this is already stable, a beta milestone.
> To download IvyDE:
> Important note: the IvyDE updatesite at is
now deprecated because it causes us some deployment pain (which probably get some pain to
some user too). So please switch to use this one:
> Note that this release is compatible with the last release of Ivy, the 2.0 RC2, which
is already avalaible for download via the updatesite.
> The new main features in this release:
> * the configuration panel have been splitted to be more manageable and 
> understandable
> * Error markers now shows up if the resolve job failed
> * You can clean the ivy caches via the context menu
> * still experimental: handle dependencies between IvyDE-enabled 
> projects
> You will find the raw release notes there:
> 640&styleName=Html&version=12313273
> To get more information on the project, see:
> Nicolas

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