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Subject RE: Refactoring code in dependent projects
Date Tue, 02 Dec 2008 15:56:11 GMT

"What I did to solve the problem is: Setting the Eclipse Project
dependencies (as without ivy) B -> A. Now you have the 'problem' that the
projects are added twice (Ivy Managed Dependencies and Eclipse Project
dependencies), but on the project Build Path you can adjust the order so
that the workspace project is above the ivy managed dependencies.
That works for me (including workspace modifications and compilation)."

Thanks for that. So obvious in hindsight !

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