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From "Guy Mahieu (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (IVY-912) Can the getArchiveFileInCache() methods be put on the RepositoryCacheManager interface?
Date Sat, 20 Sep 2008 10:45:44 GMT

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Guy Mahieu updated IVY-912:
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    Description: 
I'm writing an IDE plugin, and I need to access the filepath of a resolved dependency to add
to the dependencies of the IDE project.
To do this, I needed to use the DefaultRepositoryCacheManager directly since the getArchiveFileInCache(artifact)
method is not on the interface.

Was this an intentional decision, if so: how should I lookup the archive for the artifact?
If not, can this method become part of the interface so the usabiliti of the API increases?

Small code snippet to illustrate the current API usage: {noformat} if (repositoryCacheManager
instanceof DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)   {
  DefaultRepositoryCacheManager defaultRepositoryCacheManager = (DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)
repositoryCacheManager;
  projectDependencies.add(defaultRepositoryCacheManager.getArchiveFileInCache(artifact).getAbsolutePath());
        
}  
{noformat} 

  was:
I'm writing an IDE plugin, and I need to access the filepath of a resolved dependency to add
to the dependencies of the IDE project.
To do this, I needed to use the DefaultRepositoryCacheManager directly since the getArchiveFileInCache(artifact)
method is not on the interface.

Was this an intentional decision, if so: how should I lookup the archive for the artifact?
If not, can this method become part of the interface so the usabiliti of the API increases?

Small pseudo code snippet to illustrate the current API usage: {noformat} if (repositoryCacheManager
instanceof DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)   {
  DefaultRepositoryCacheManager defaultRepositoryCacheManager = (DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)
repositoryCacheManager;
  projectDependencies.add(defaultRepositoryCacheManager.getArchiveFileInCache(artifact).getAbsolutePath());
        
}  
{noformat} 


> Can the getArchiveFileInCache() methods be put on the RepositoryCacheManager  interface?
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: IVY-912
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IVY-912
>             Project: Ivy
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: Core
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.0-beta-2
>            Reporter: Guy Mahieu
>
> I'm writing an IDE plugin, and I need to access the filepath of a resolved dependency
to add to the dependencies of the IDE project.
> To do this, I needed to use the DefaultRepositoryCacheManager directly since the getArchiveFileInCache(artifact)
method is not on the interface.
> Was this an intentional decision, if so: how should I lookup the archive for the artifact?
> If not, can this method become part of the interface so the usabiliti of the API increases?
> Small code snippet to illustrate the current API usage: {noformat} if (repositoryCacheManager
instanceof DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)   {
>   DefaultRepositoryCacheManager defaultRepositoryCacheManager = (DefaultRepositoryCacheManager)
repositoryCacheManager;
>   projectDependencies.add(defaultRepositoryCacheManager.getArchiveFileInCache(artifact).getAbsolutePath());
        
> }  
> {noformat} 

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