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From Blaine Simpson <>
Subject settingsRefs not independent
Date Sat, 14 Aug 2010 13:34:27 GMT
  I am using two independent ivy settings instances from Ant:

<ivy:cachefileset settingsRef="ivy.js.settings" conf="default"
                       file="ivy-js.xml" setid="js.ivyrefid"/>
<ivy:cachepath conf="build" settingsRef="ivy.jar.settings"
                    file="ivy-jar.xml" pathid="build.ivyrefid"/>

Either of these alone work just fine.  When I run both, in either order, the 
second fails with a message like:

     impossible to build ivy path: bad confs provided: build not found among 

The thing is, the very last word there is wrong:  "... found among [default]".  
The big ASCII art box listing the dependency counts immediately above shows that 
Ivy has successfully found 8 modules for the "build" conf (default conf is only 
used in ivy.js.xml).  I'll spend a few more bytes to show this:

[ivy:cachepath] :: resolution report :: resolve 303ms :: artifacts dl 24ms
         |                  |            modules            ||   artifacts   |
         |       conf       | number| search|dwnlded|evicted|| number|dwnlded|
         |       build      |   8   |   0   |   0   |   0   ||   8   |   0   |

/home/blaine/autotable-0.2b3/build.xml:128: impossible to build ivy path: bad 
confs provided: build not found among [default]

It seems to me that the resolution has succeeded 100% but then some very late 
action of the ivy:cachepath goes outside of its assigned ivy.jar.settings and 
looks into ivy.js.settings.  The situation is exactly inverted, as this 
hypothesis would predict, if I reverse the order of the two tasks.

I get the same exact behavior with both Ivy 2.1.0 and 2.2.0-rc1.  My current 
work-around is to never invoke Ant so as to run both of these commands in a 
single Ant invocation.  Instructing team members about this work-around is 
causing me political headaches, as I'm the primary Ivy advocate at my company.

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