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From Tim Brown <>
Subject Re: IvyDE - GWT projects in Eclipse
Date Wed, 06 Oct 2010 23:58:25 GMT
I haven't tried getting source artifacts on my classpath in the past, but
gave it a test just now.

Normally, I have to IvyDE library entries -- runtime & test (test includes
compile) configurations.

I added a third IvyDE library entry (used 'compile' configuration), and on
the advanced Tab enabled project specific, and changed accepted types to
_only_ be source.

A resolve on the project shows three entries:
- The original two contain jars of classes
- The new entry contains a jar of sources.

Appears to be on the classpath now.  Have you tried anything like this?
 Could probably add 'source' as an accepted type in my original IvyDE lib



On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 4:02 PM, Levi Purvis <> wrote:

> On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 6:23 PM, Stephen Haberman wrote:
> >
> >> I'm trying to get a multi-project build with GWT working in Eclipse,
> >> utilizing Ivy and IvyDE.
> >
> > I have this setup outside of IvyDE, by adding the folders manually to
> > the classpath of the GWT launcher. E.g. I have a foo-project.launch file
> > which starts DevMode, then in the classpath tab, add folders for:
> [snip]
> Thanks for the tips Stephen.  It actually seemed to be working for me
> automatically when the dependency was another open project.  Though
> maybe it was Google's GWT plugin that was compensating.  It is the jar
> files where things break down.
> I was hoping to get this working for a small pet project, partially as
> a learning exercise.  The next goal being a large build with around 90
> projects (20 or so with GWT or shared-with-GWT code).  :-)  It would
> be great to be able to checkout only certain projects, and have IvyDE
> automatically shuffle all of the build paths between open projects and
> jars.
> I think I'm going to experiment with either custom retrieves, and/or
> repackaging the binary jars to include both the .class files and .java
> files.

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