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From <Michael.Hoff...@us.sogeti.com>
Subject RE: CVS Resolver
Date Wed, 28 Apr 2010 12:48:19 GMT
It is related to both. 
 
Conceptually, I would see the following. There would be a CVS resolve. The resolver would
take the necessary credentials + the project name for the cvs repo. When I execute a resolve,
it would make a call to CVS to retrieve each dependency artifact, then download it to the
cache. I know this is possible as there are cvs web viewers out there that allow HTTP access
to download from a project. For those with permissions to write to CVS, there would also be
part of a script that would retrieve the dependencies from a user cache to somewhere on the
user's file system, then execute an install from the file system to the cvs resolver. This
part I am not sure could be done. Ill have to look more at how CVS and ssh could provide this.
 
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From: Michael Feinberg [mailto:Michael.Feinberg@convexitycapital.com]
Sent: Tue 4/27/2010 6:20 PM
To: ivy-user@ant.apache.org
Subject: RE: CVS Resolver




Michael,

We have written a repository resolver that pulls data out of the build
system (which acts as a repository) and it severed us well.

Is your question cvs- or resolver- related?




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