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From David Harrigan <>
Subject Re: Confusion over latest integration resolution
Date Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:03:30 GMT
I see, so, if I put something like:


at the end of my jar and publish that, ivy should (after a bit of
further tweaking) pick up on that?

I'll give it a whirl later and let you all know. Thanks all for your replies.


On 26 September 2010 16:34, Mitch Gitman <> wrote:
> This is something I stumbled on myself, but depending on
> "latest.integration" actually resolves a module with a status of integration
> OR GREATER. So, using the default set of statuses, "latest.integration" will
> get the latest module, whether its status is release or milestone or
> integration.
> The default status is integration if you don't specify one for ivy:deliver
> or ivy:publish. The documentation refers to an ivy.status property when it
> comes to how ivy:deliver/ivy:publish defaults the status but doesn't mention
> what that property's own default value is. There is an ivy.status.default
> property as well.
> On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 8:01 AM, James Davis <> wrote:
>> Additionally, the status of the artifact may need to be set to integration.
>>  As I understand it, latest integration pulls the latest version of an
>> artifact that has a status of integration.  However, I am not sure what the
>> default module status is though (have not looked at the docs to confirm).
>> James Davis • QA Engineer II/Software Engineer
>> Applied Technical Systems, Inc. • Systems Division
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