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From Archie Cobbs <>
Subject Re: ivy url against zip with necessary jars
Date Mon, 12 Jul 2010 14:33:04 GMT
One common strategy is to create your own local repository with exactly what
you want (creating ivy.xml files as necessary).

Alternately if you are feeling open-sourcey then submit bug requests to Ivy
RoundUp <> with the
modules/revisions you need that are not already in there and wait for us to
add them (usually pretty quick).


On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 7:42 AM, Young Matthew (4004) <> wrote:

> Using latest IvyDE in Eclipse....
> (Used Ivy for about 2 hours now)  How do people pull in dependencies to
> non-repo artifats?  Say I need to define a dependency to DB2 JDBC drivers (2
> jar files) that are located in a ZIP file.  Similar thing with dependencies
> to RestEasy.  The latest revision isn't accessable via the maven2 repo (
> but the code is packaged off the
> sourceforge site (
>  Everything I need is in a zip and the individual jars contain pom.xml
> (maven) descriptors.
> 2 different problems.  The JDBC drivers don't ship with maven/ivy
> descriptors.  The RestEasy zip does (for some reason the beta 4 isn't in the
> latest).
> thanks / Matthew Young

Archie L. Cobbs

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