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From Steve Heyns <notzi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to deal with several "provided" artifacts from different frameworks
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2014 19:05:58 GMT
Have you looked into setting your own repository manager up ? Archiva is a
quick setup and allows you to cache multiple external repositories in a
known location(s), and have them setup in an easy accessible manner for
ivy..

Nz


On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 9:18 AM, KARR, DAVID <dk068x@att.com> wrote:

> I'm continuing to look at the large multi-module Ant build I work with, to
> see if I could clean this up a bit by integrating Ivy.
>
> I'm not just looking at how to clean up the build, but to make it easier
> for developers to work with checked-out projects in Eclipse.
>
> Besides the somewhat haphazard way we reference simple third-party and
> internal artifacts (all of which I see how I can Ivy-ize), we also use two
> large frameworks that encompass several jars each, and both of those jar
> sets are "provided" artifacts, like the use of "provided" artifacts in
> Maven, where we want to make them available at compile time, but those
> artifacts are not to be assembled into the deployable component, as they
> will be available at runtime, however the framework does it.
>
> Presently, these "provided" frameworks are specified in our Eclipse
> projects as "variables", but this is messy.
>
> If I end up specifying these numerous jars in ivy dependencies, it would
> be nice if I could group them, so it's clear what list of jars is part of
> framework "foo", and which is part of framework "bar".  You could do this
> with Maven by specifying a pom that just lists those artifacts, and having
> projects reference that pom.
>

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