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From David Harrigan <>
Subject Re: [Ivy IDE] source file resolution fails
Date Mon, 11 Oct 2010 11:48:54 GMT
Hi Sefan

What does your ivy.xml look like?


On 11 October 2010 10:54, Stefan Podkowinski <> wrote:
> Can someone please advise what to do to make the source resolution
> feature work in Ivy IDE? For each artrifact ivy will download the
> appropriate sources to the local cache e.g.:
> $HOME/.ivy2/cache/org.springframework/org.springframework.core/jars/org.springframework.core-3.0.4.RELEASE.jar
> $HOME/.ivy2/cache/org.springframework/org.springframework.core/srcs/org.springframework.core-sources-3.0.4.RELEASE.jar
> However, when I'm trying to open a class from the ivy classpath in
> Eclipse, the source file cannot be resolved:
> "Source not found"
> "The JAR of this class belongs to container 'ivy.xml [*]' which does
> not allow modifications to source attachments on its entries"
> I noticed that there are some related options under Ivy > Classpath:
> Sources types: source
> Sources suffixes: -source,-sources,-src
> Using Ivy 2.2.0 (20100923230623) and IvyDE
> This is really driving me nuts as I have no clues where ivyde is
> actually looking for the sources. Any ideas?

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