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From Eelamae <eela...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Using Ivy to manage platform dependent non-java binaries
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2010 16:42:13 GMT

Correction:  Actually the artifact patter is as follws;

    <chain name="rt2binaries">

      <filesystem name="linux-ia32" checkmodified="yes"
cache="rt2-linux-ia32-cache">
        <artifact
pattern="/work/project/repos/external/bin/linux-ia32//[artifact]" />
      </filesystem>

      <filesystem name="solaris-sparc" checkmodified="yes"
cache="rt2-solaris-sparc-cache">
        <artifact
pattern="/work/project/repos/external/bin/solaris-sparc/[artifact]" />
      </filesystem>

      <filesystem name="windows-ia32" checkmodified="yes"
cache="rt2-windows-ia32-cache">
        <artifact
pattern="/work/project/repos/external/bin/windows-ia32/[artifact].[ext]" />
      </filesystem>

    </chain>
  </resolvers> 
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