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From Tyler Kocheran <rfkroc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problems downloading the Spring Framework: Ivy 2.0.0
Date Wed, 04 Feb 2009 19:48:01 GMT
OK. I'm starting to get the jist of Ivy now. Next on my dependency most
wanted list is log4j. I can't seem to get that library. Is there a way for
me to reenable the mvnrepository.com resolver?

Are there any tutorials out there for finding good resolvers on the web? It
seems the main problem with Ivy is not having all of the correct resolvers.

On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Kirby Files <kfiles@masergy.com> wrote:

> Tyler Kocheran wrote on 02/04/2009 01:57 PM:
>
>> The error actually turned out to be in this line:
>> <dependency org="org.springframework"
>> name="org.springframework.spring-library" rev="2.5.6.A" />
>>
>> If I change that line to something else that's a real package, like
>> "org.springframework.orm", it works. How do I download the entire Spring
>> Framework, though? If I can't figure that out, whatever, I have Ivy
>> working... finally :)
>>
>
> Good. I've used the org.springframework.core module to retrieve the main
> framework before.
>
>  How do I specify an output folder for Ivy to copy the jars to, ie make it
>> dump 'em to my /lib folder? And do I need to set up a filesystem resolver
>> to
>> take advantage of caching or is that necessary?
>>
>
> Generally, you do that with the ivy:retrieve task like so:
>
>    <target name="retrieve" depends="resolve" description="--> retrieve jars
> to /lib">
>        <ivy:retrieve haltonfailure="true" conf="build" sync="true"/>
>    </target>
>
> It will, by default, install to ${basedir}/lib, but you can override this
> by changing the ivy.lib.dir property, or setting:
>  pattern="${lib.dir}/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"
> on the above retrieve task.
>
> Thanks,
>
>  --kirby
>



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