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From Tom Widmer <>
Subject Re: Depedencies in shared repository
Date Fri, 07 Aug 2009 11:09:55 GMT
Paul Grenyer wrote:
> Hi
>> if it finds your jar and complains about commons-lang then it means
>> that the ivy.xml file is probably ok and the your resover works (good)
>> and I'm willing to bet it's warning that it can't find commons-lang in
>> your resolvers (i.e., it knows to look but can't find it anywhere that
>> it has been specified to look).  I think that you either need to
>> (1)create a chain and add ibiblio to it or (2) add you resolver to to
>> the shared chain (see below).
> All sorted now. See my other email. :-)

Note that you should use ivy:publish rather than ivy:install to publish 
your own artifacts to your own repository. Unlike ivy:install, it 
doesn't rely on a source repository, and doesn't install the 
dependencies into the target repository, only the actually published module.

ivy:install is for copying modules (and their dependencies) between 
repositories - e.g. for making a local enterprise repository for holding 
3rd party modules.


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