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From "Garner, Shawn" <>
Subject RE: Transitive dependencies?
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2011 14:15:14 GMT
I don't know of a good way directly in Ivy.
If you use a build server like Jenkins you can trigger another build after the build of the
current project.

Without a build server you would have to manually write an ant file that builds project A,
B, C in order.

There is a Multi-project example in the samples section of the Ivy distribution demoing this.
 The website tutorial goes through it.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jefferson Magno Solfarello [] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 8:43 AM
Subject: Transitive dependencies?

Hello all,

I have a multi-project setup like this:

Project A publishs 5 artifacts

Project B publishs 3 artifacts

I would like to have a dependency in a way that Project B can publish its
own artifacts plus the artifacts of Project A.

In the future maybe Proj A publishs more artifacts, I don't want to declare
the artifacts published by Proj A on the Ivy file of Proj B.

I could have a Project C, that depends of project B, and when I execute
<ivy:retrieve> on project C, Ivy downloads all the artifacts published by B
(8 artifacts)

Is there a way to do that?



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