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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Hadoop Wiki] Update of "Hbase/IvyPrimer" by KayKay
Date Sun, 10 Jan 2010 03:24:26 GMT
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The "Hbase/IvyPrimer" page has been changed by KayKay.
http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/Hbase/IvyPrimer?action=diff&rev1=1&rev2=2

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   * FAQ:
-  ** Where did the jars that were present in lib/*.jar go ? 
+   * Where did the jars that were present in lib/*.jar go ? 
     They should now be present across - 
-      build/ivy/lib/common
+    * build/ivy/lib/common
-      build/ivy/lib/test 
+    * build/ivy/lib/test 
  
-      build/contrib/stargate/ivy/lib/common
+    * build/contrib/stargate/ivy/lib/common
-      build/contrib/stargate/ivy/lib/test
+    * build/contrib/stargate/ivy/lib/test
  
-      build/contrib/transactional/ivy/lib/common
+    * build/contrib/transactional/ivy/lib/common
-      build/contrib/transactional/ivy/lib/test
+    * build/contrib/transactional/ivy/lib/test
  
-  ** I just updated my trunk. Could not see them. 
+   * I just updated my trunk. Could not see them. 
  
  Do a 'ant compile' in the command line. As one of the dependent targets ( ivy-retrieve-common
and ivy-retrieve-test ) - the jars should be pulled to the directory structure mentioned above.

  
-  ** Something is weird. I don't like this automagical dependency pull. How do I start all
over ? 
+   * Something is weird. I don't like this automagical dependency pull. How do I start all
over ? 
  
- $ ant clean 
+    * $ ant clean 
- $ rm -fR ~/.ivy2/cache 
+    * $ rm -fR ~/.ivy2/cache 
- $ ant compile 
+    * $ ant compile 
  
  This would clear the ivy cache and start all over again. This is needed only in the worst
case and not for every build. 
  
  Usually this happens when the publisher republishes the binary in the repository making
the client cache out of sync, with the server.  This does not happen. 
  
-  ** I do not need to connect to the internet from the build server. What are the options
now. 
+   * I do not need to connect to the internet from the build server. What are the options
now. 
  
  * Set up a directory structure to a repository listed ( Say , http://repo2.maven.org/maven2/
).  
  * For all the projects (And the versions) that you need , create the directory structure
exactly the same as those in the repository. 

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