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From Tom <t...@tbee.org>
Subject Re: Configurations and Ivy file confusion
Date Fri, 24 Apr 2009 07:32:47 GMT

>> Appearantly I did something wrong. Running "ivy:retrieve" now downloads
>> 94 jars. Ok. However, if I I now want to split up like this:
>>
>> <ivy:retrieve conf="runtime" pattern="lib/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"/>
>> <ivy:retrieve conf="test" 
>> pattern="lib-test/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"/>
>> <ivy:retrieve conf="build" 
>> pattern="lib-ext/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"/>
>>
>> Then I get an error
>>
>> /BUILD FAILED
>> C:\Documents and Settings\User\My
>> Documents\kpprofiler2\components\service\build.xml:39: impossible to ivy
>> retrieve: java.lang.RuntimeException: problem during
>> retrieve of nl.knowledgeplaza#kpprofiler-service:
>> java.lang.RuntimeException: Multiple artifacts of the module
>> org.codehaus.enunciate#enunciate-rt;1.10 are ret
>> ieved to the same file! Update the retrieve pattern to fix this error.
>> /
>
> OK, many projects have source and jar artifacts with the same name, so 
> you really want to either set a retrieve pattern which includes the 
> type of the artifact for disambiguation. If you cannot do this, you'll 
> need to specify an exclusion rule for your dependencies to only 
> include type jar. Here are examples of both:
>
>         <ivy:retrieve 
> pattern="${ivy.lib.dir}/[type]/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]" 
> haltonfailure="true" conf="build" sync="true"/>
>
>         <dependencies>
>           <exclude type="source"/>
>         </dependencies>
>

Hm. Ok, I understand the problem that if multiple artifact are 
downloaded to the same file, then that would be an error. But why does 
"<ivy:retrieve/>" not have the same problem? Logically again; I have 4 
dependency lines resulting in 94 jars, and the only thing I can do is 
filter these jars using configuration labels, how does limiting these 94 
jars introduce a retrieved-to-same-file exception? If the error doesn't 
occur in the 94, how can it occur in a subset?

Tom

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