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From Chris Hostetter <>
Subject Re: [JENKINS] Lucene-Solr-NightlyTests-4.x - Build # 26 - Failure
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2012 16:28:25 GMT

: the real problem is the solr/lib which is "shared" by solr and solrj:

I suspect the only reason it was ever setup that way, was to 
prevent having duplicate copies of jars in svn and when we ship releases.  
svn & src releasese are no longer an issue now that we use ivy, which just 
leaves the binary releases... 

but honestly i'm not sure why that was ever even an issue -- core has a 
dependency on solrj, so why can't we just tell non-war users who wnat to 
use core to just copy the dependencies directly from solrj/lib?

: This also means we must disable ivy's sync=true in solr/core and
: solr/solrj: which means solr developers have to put up with
: "clean-jars hell" whenever anyone updates a jar.

Ah ... that explains so much -- mccandles and i were confused by this 
yesterday, but didn't realize that there was a special hack for this.


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