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From "Laun Thomas (CI/TMP)" <>
Subject AW: retriving old dependencies instead of latest
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2009 08:42:45 GMT
Hello Kumar,

This sounds like a caching problem. Ivy sometimes uses the cache even though a newer version
is available in the repository (IVY-938). To find out if I'm right, you can delete your local
ivy cache and recompile your module. If all dependencies are resolved corretly now, you know
the problem is indeed cache related.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

Thomas Laun

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Von: malepati []
Gesendet: Wednesday, July 22, 2009 10:57 PM
Betreff: retriving old dependencies instead of latest

I got a very strange error today.
Before i tell the error here is my environment:
1) Subversion 1.6
2) Java JDK 1.6
3) ANT 1.7.1
4) Ivy

1) I checkout repository from  http://subversion/repositories/module1/trunk/
to my working copy c:/workincopy/module1
2) I run ant command.
3) the out put i expected is to get all the dependencies from
http://ivy:8090/archiva/repository/dependencies/project1/ and store into
c:/workincopy/module1/build/lib folder and use these dependencies while
compiling and executing build.
4) As logically all dependencies are downloading to
c:/workincopy/module1/build/lib folder, but unfortunately two dependencies
are downloading the older versions of dependencies.

I rechecked all the dependencies in
http://ivy:8090/archiva/repository/dependencies/project1/ and all are latest
one and there are no alternative versions in the dependency repository.

can some one share their views.


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