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From "Daniel Holmes (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (IVYDE-318) Incomplete variable substitution for ivysettings.xml
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2012 17:21:38 GMT

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Daniel Holmes updated IVYDE-318:
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    Component/s:     (was: workspace resolver)
                 classpath container
    Description: 
I'm getting an error which shows up on the IvyDE Managed Libraries screen, the Settings tab
on the Ivy Setting Path.  It says "Parsing error of the Ivy Settings".  My ivysettings.xml
file works fine in my ant/ivy level build.

It appears that the properties defined in the property files also listed on this Settings
tab are not used to do variable substitution on my Ivy settings file for the <classpath>
tag definitions within it.  It appears that only the ivy.settings.dir property is actually
substituted.  See the IvySettingsFile.java substitute method 

    private String substitute(String str) {
        Map variables = new HashMap();
        if (file.getParentFile() != null) {
            URI settingsDirUri = file.getParentFile().toURI();
            variables.put("ivy.settings.dir", settingsDirUri.toString());
        }
        return IvyPatternHelper.substituteVariables(str, variables);
    }

This needs to allow for the full set of properties configured via the associated properties
files for these settings to be part of this variable substitution.

  was:
I'm getting an error which shows up on the IvyDE Managed Libraries screen, the Settings tab
on the Ivy Setting Path.  It says "Parsing error of the Ivy Settings".  There is no other
context to the error and nothing that gets logged in the eclipse log file of any type of ParseException
stack or the like.

Thing is, my ivysettings.xml file works fine in my ant/ivy level build.

I have a version of an ivysettings that was fine before.  We added some extensions for direct
Perforce resolving and ibiblio path for another retriever, and then the file did not work.
 I have been unable to comment down again to a working file to further narrow the issue.

Is there some way that I would better debug what is the reason for the error?

        Summary: Incomplete variable substitution for ivysettings.xml  (was: Parsing Error
of the Ivy Settings)
    
> Incomplete variable substitution for ivysettings.xml
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: IVYDE-318
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IVYDE-318
>             Project: IvyDE
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: classpath container
>    Affects Versions: 2.2.0.beta1
>         Environment: Eclipse Helios
>            Reporter: Daniel Holmes
>
> I'm getting an error which shows up on the IvyDE Managed Libraries screen, the Settings
tab on the Ivy Setting Path.  It says "Parsing error of the Ivy Settings".  My ivysettings.xml
file works fine in my ant/ivy level build.
> It appears that the properties defined in the property files also listed on this Settings
tab are not used to do variable substitution on my Ivy settings file for the <classpath>
tag definitions within it.  It appears that only the ivy.settings.dir property is actually
substituted.  See the IvySettingsFile.java substitute method 
>     private String substitute(String str) {
>         Map variables = new HashMap();
>         if (file.getParentFile() != null) {
>             URI settingsDirUri = file.getParentFile().toURI();
>             variables.put("ivy.settings.dir", settingsDirUri.toString());
>         }
>         return IvyPatternHelper.substituteVariables(str, variables);
>     }
> This needs to allow for the full set of properties configured via the associated properties
files for these settings to be part of this variable substitution.

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