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From Geoff Clitheroe <>
Subject Re: Can I dynamically change the "defaultResolver"?
Date Wed, 12 May 2010 19:39:29 GMT
Well I haven't actually done it but I think you can use Ivy in an 'offline'
mode by slightly tweakng your cache settings to not check the source repo
for update.  There is some description in a bug report (!) here:

I don't know if this is an option for you but we've just started using
Archiva as a maven proxy.  You can proxy all your repos together into a
single source very easily.  I'm tempted to run it on my laptop to save


On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 7:10 AM, Valerie Wagner <>wrote:

> Thanks Mitch & Geoff. I actually went with something similar to Geoff's
> solution.  Now I have a new problem.
> We host our third-party libraries on "our-ivy-server". When I build the
> system, they are downloaded and cached. When I switch to the "local"
> settings, the Ivy resolve fails to find the third-party libraries because
> "our-ivy-server" is not part of the local settings. Or perhaps Ivy does find
> them in the cache, but it puts out the message "unknown resolver
> our-ivy-server" a few times during the resolve process.
> The only thing I have thought of so far is to make the local settings have
> another filesystem resolve in it, called "our-ivy-server" but have it point
> at the cache directory. That seems ugly as well.  Anyone have another idea?
> thanks much for the help!
> Valerie

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