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From "David Sills" <DSi...@datasourceinc.com>
Subject RE: 2 Questions for ivyIDE
Date Tue, 20 Mar 2012 17:31:37 GMT
Not Zippy:

Many thanks, but apparently I really didn't understand. With the help of
the documentation, I tried:

  <caches
ivyPattern="[organisation]\\[module]\\[revision]\\[artifact]-[revision].
[ext]"
 
artifactPattern="[organisation]\\[module]\\[revision]\\[artifact]-[revis
ion].[ext]">
    <cache name="local-cache" useOrigin="true" defaultTTL="eternal">
      <ttl revision="latest.integration" duration="200ms"/>
    </cache>
  </caches>

What I thought I was setting was "don't bother to update most of the JAR
files (which are third-party and unlikely to change) but for
latest.integration (all the stuff we are building) only use the cache
for 200 milliseconds (essentially not doing so at all)". Unfortunately,
the actual result is exactly the same as before. The local repository
(cache) is not updated when the global repository is built to.

Any further advice?

David Sills


-----Original Message-----
From: Not Zippy [mailto:notzippy@gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 1:04 PM
To: ivy-user@ant.apache.org
Subject: Re: 2 Questions for ivyIDE

The local repository is a cached based repository. The frequency of the
updates is specified in the ivysettings file.  Check out <cache><ttl>
elements (Personally I specify all my cache settings to be in my
"target"
folder, and in eclipse set the resolve to occur within the workspace)

How are you publishing your sources in ivy ? Eclipse will retrieve them
if you publish them properly.

Steve

On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 9:56 AM, David Sills
<DSills@datasourceinc.com>wrote:

> All:
>
> I love working with Eclipse and ivyIDE with 2 exceptions, and I wonder

> if I am just missing something.
>
> My environment consists of a company-wide repository, where I place 
> the results of building my projects, and of course a local repository,

> which sometimes though not always has folders for some of the same
projects.
> As an example, let's assume that my project, say, "xxx-encryption"
> depends on "xxx-common". All is well and Ivy does well with it.
>
> However, I add some functionality to "xxx-common", up the build 
> number, and rebuild. Great. Using Eclipse, I resolve "xxx-encryption" 
> and it gets the correct updated value for the version number. In order

> to update the "xxx-encryption" Ivy files, I build "xxx-encryption" 
> even though there have not been any changes to the project itself, 
> only its dependencies. The company-wide repository's version of 
> ivy.xml is correctly updated with the appropriate dependency on the 
> new version of "xxx-common". However, the local repository's version
of ivy.xml is not!
> This means that when I have a third project, say "xxx-web", that 
> depends on "xxx-encryption" and try to resolve that project, the old 
> (now
> incorrect) version of "xxx-common" is taken, since the local 
> repository's version is read first if it exists.
>
> What am I missing? I find myself constantly manually updating the 
> files in the local repository in order to get the transitive 
> dependencies right.
>
> Also, can someone explain to me why my Ivy container in ivyIDE doesn't

> allow me to put source code locations on the JARs? That would be 
> hugely helpful in debugging, especially in a situation where I have a 
> lot of smaller projects that depend on each other and I assemble them 
> as needed for a specific requirement. Or do I have to create source 
> JAR files for each project using Ivy to make that happen? And will it 
> happen if I do make source JAR files?
>
> Many thanks for anyone who can answer either or both of these
questions.
>
> David Sills
>
>

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