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From John <verk...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Attach source in Eclipse
Date Sun, 14 Feb 2010 19:29:50 GMT
Is it possible to get get jars as "name"-"version".jar and sources as
"name"-"version"-source.jar within 1 retrieve statement? If yes, how?
How to do it in 2 separate retrieves is clear to me.

2010/2/13  <hph@knowit.no>:
> Thank you for your answer.
>
> I have tried to put the sources in the same directory as the lib in the
> maven repo, and named them with "name"-"version"-source.jar. That didn't
> help.
>
> What I don't understand is how I can set the type of the artifact in the
> maven repo? In my ivy.xml files I've always written "compile->default" when
> I depend on a file in maven. I tried to write "compile->source", but then
> Ivy told me I had used a nonexisting type.
>
> I guess it would have been easier if I had used an Ivy-repo instead of a
> Maven-repo, but we use Maven in other projects, so I wanted to share the
>  repo.
>
> Regards, Hågen
>
> Sendt fra min iPhone
>
> Den 13. feb. 2010 kl. 10.36 skrev Nicolas Lalevée
> <nicolas.lalevee@hibnet.org>:
>
>>
>> Le 10 févr. 2010 à 14:13, Hågen P. Hasle a écrit :
>>
>>>
>>> Can nobody help me with this?  Am I asking the wrong question, or not
>>> giving enough information?
>>> Or maybe I'm giving too much information.  All I want is to attach source
>>> to a library in Eclipse that IvyDE resolves for me from a local filebased
>>> Maven repository.  I'm sure there must be a way to do this..?
>>
>> The sources are automatically attached based on the found artifacts of a
>> module. IvyDE will look for source artifacts which has the type "source" or
>> "src" or "sources" (configurable in the container configuration panel), and
>> it will try to make the name match with suffixes: for X.jar it will search
>> for X.jar, X-src.jar, X-sources.jar, X-source.jar, (also configurable).
>>
>> But there is an issue with transitive dependencies of source and javadoc
>> in the maven integration [1] which might get your case not working.
>>
>> Nicolas
>>
>> [1] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IVY-1003
>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Regards, Haagen
>>>
>>> Hågen P. Hasle skrev:
>>>>
>>>> Hi!
>>>>
>>>> I have rewritten a rather big project to use Ivy and IvyDE in Eclipse.
>>>>  It's working good, but I'm not sure how to attach sourcecode to the
>>>> dependencies in Eclipse.
>>>> We are using a filebased Maven-repo on a network share, and I've built
>>>> this repo from our old (manual) dependencies.  I've seen some suggestions
as
>>>> to how you can attach sources in Eclipse, but if I understand correctly all
>>>> of them assume you use an Ivy repo.
>>>>
>>>> This is from the settings-file for the shared repo:
>>>> <ivysettings>
>>>>  <resolvers>
>>>>     <filesystem name="shared" m2compatible="true" local="false">
>>>>          <artifact
>>>> pattern="L:\nsbesb\maven\repository/[organisation]/[module]/[revision]/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"
>>>> />                  </filesystem>
>>>>  </resolvers>   </ivysettings>
>>>>
>>>> If I for example have a jar-file called X.jar in the repo, then I have
>>>> tried to add a x-sources.jar.  This seems to be the way it is done in Maven,
>>>> and from the (rather sparse) documentation I've found for IvyDE, it seems
to
>>>> be the way it's supposed to be done in Ivy(DE) too.
>>>> I've tried a couple of different approaches (adding a sources-conf,
>>>> adding another artifact to the settings-file for the shared repo, ++), but
>>>> so far without luck.  Can anyone help me?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regards, Haagen Hasle
>>
>

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