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From Archie Cobbs <arc...@dellroad.org>
Subject Re: Publishing C-module artifacts from different platforms
Date Wed, 12 Jan 2011 14:51:02 GMT
I don't know of any way to "partially publish". You might need a two-step
process, where the second step gathers the artifacts built on the various
platforms together (and temporarily stored somewhere) and then does the
actual ivy publishing.

-Archie

2011/1/12 Felix Drueke <fdrueke@orga-systems.com>

> Hi,
>
> I'd like to manage the dependencies of a set of C-modules with ivy.
> Each of these modules needs to be compiled on different platforms (i.e.
> Solaris, Linux, HP-UX and others).
>
> This requires that the same sources are compiled in separate workspaces
> (on the different hosts).
>
> In a first attempt I setup one ivy.xml with a set of configurations - one
> for
> each platform on that I have to build&publish artifacts.
>
> Being unexperienced with Ivy I didnd't find a way to just publish the
> artifact for the one configuration that I built in a workspace.
> For example I built module XYZ on Solaris and of course I can only
> publish the Solaris-artifact from that workspace. In another worlspace
> I got the artifact for Linux and of course I can only publish that.
>
> How do you accomplish to publish just the artifacts for one particular
> configuration?
>
> Thanks for any hint,
> Felix
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Archie L. Cobbs

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