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From leopardy <>
Subject Re: ivy makepom can I manually set properties such as ivy.pom.version
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2012 18:10:36 GMT

Thank you this is exactly what I had already found was the answer so just to
recap, in case someone else is struggling with this, the solution is to use
<ivy:deliver> in order to create another ivy.xml file that will have the
info you want in it(such as revision) and then you use this newly generated
ivy.xml in makepom.

Jasper Floor-2 wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 11:25 PM, leopardy <> wrote:
>> When using makepom my pom gets a strange value in the version property
>> like
>> this
>> <version>working@node128</version>
>> I believe the weird value has something to do with my ip address
>> The reason why this is happening is because according to the
>> documentation
>> here:
>> ivy.pom.version: defaults to the revision as defined in the ivy.xml file.
>> but in my ivy.xml I don't have a revision(just the organisation and
>> module)
>> and don't want to add a revision(though I did try it just to verify and
>> as
>> soon as I put something for revision thats what gets slapped in the pom
>> version). I would like the version in my pom to be whatever value I
>> decide
>> to give it right as I am invoking the makepom
>> Is this possible?
>> In case it helps this is what the makepom looks something like
>> <target .....
>>       <property name="pomfile"
>> value="${project.dir}/target/artifacts/${project.conf}/${project.artifactname}.pom"
>> />
>>       <property name="ivy.file" location="${project.dir}/ivy.xml" />
>>       <property name="project.conf" value="default" />
>>       <ivy:makepom ivyfile="${ivy.file}" pomfile="${pomfile}"
>> conf="${project.conf}"  >
>>            </ivy:makepom>
>> </target>
> If you call ant with -Dartifact.revision=1.2.3 you will have a
> property artifact.revision with value 1.2.3
> Then before you call makepom call deliver:
>         <ivy:deliver pubrevision="${artifact.revision}"
> deliverpattern="dist/ivy.xml" status="${artifact.status}"/>
> This will create an ivy.xml in dist/ with revision artifact.revision
> and status artifact.status. If you don't give values for the
> properties here then it will use default values.
> mvg,
> Jasper
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