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From Gareth Western <gar...@garethwestern.com>
Subject Re: size of ivy report files
Date Mon, 21 Dec 2009 20:33:16 GMT
Well, the easiest way would probably be to write your own XSLT file to
customise how the XML is transformed into HTML. We have the same
problem with the generated HTML being too large, and I intend to write
a better stylesheet for it at some point but haven't gotten around to
it yet :\

On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 8:08 PM, Michael Feinberg
<mfeinberg@convexitycapital.com> wrote:
> Ivy reports are great and prove extremely valuable when time comes to
> troubleshoot the dependencies. However, we found that it takes quite a bit
> of time to generate them - we are seeing 15 to 20 seconds for a single
> configuration's html report. And then there is size: a 160K xml file turns
> into 40+M html. All of this puts (cpu+space) strain on the CI system and we
> ended up commenting the reporting part out of our build scripts.
>
> So my questions are: 1) had anyone seen this and how did you work around it?
> 2) if i only generate the xml report, how do i turn it into html at some
> later time? it is probably a "duh" question, but i did not see any way to
> pass the xml input to the "report" ant task so that it could generate the
> html and graph files for me.
>
> we are running ivy 2.0.0 on jdk5;
> thank you.
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