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From Daniel Becheanu <daniel.beche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to get sources for transitive dependencies with IvyDE
Date Sat, 15 Aug 2009 08:19:07 GMT
Can you give provide a library which you are trying to pull and you
don't get sources?
Also your ivyconf/ivy.xml will be nice.


Daniel

On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 12:46 AM, Ben Piper<benp@fal.co.nz> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm using these Eclipse plug-in versions:
>
> Apache Ivy            2.1.0.cr2_20090704004254
> Apache IvyDE    2.0.0.final-200907011148-RELEASE
>
> and I'm wondering if it's possible to get sources for transitive
> dependencies without having to declare them explicitly.  It seems that
> because ivy.xml files generated from Maven 2 pom.xml's don't include
> sources in the list of confs for transitive dependencies, there's no way
> I can indirectly ask for them.  Or is there some specific way of
> specifying the conf attribute (or some other attribute) for a parent
> dependency so that it will force the sources conf on those transitive
> dependencies?
>
> Obviously if I sneakily add a sources->sources(*) entry for a given
> transitive dependency to the parent dependency's ivy.xml file in my
> local cache, IvyDE will end up retrieving the sources JAR for that
> transitive dependency (assume it exists in this case), but that's not a
> solution, and I wonder if Ivy shouldn't be doing that (and adding one
> for javadoc) by default? Although I suppose it can't guarantee that
> source and javadoc artifacts actually exist, which I assume would cause
> a resolve error (even though the parent artifact may have a
> source/javadoc artifact).  Perhaps I've answered my own question.
>
> It's not a major issue for me, but I'd like to avoid explicitly
> declaring transitive dependencies just to get their source artifacts if
> at all possible.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ben
>
>
>

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