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From Ralph Goers <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: Using a graph to resolve dependencies
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2007 14:30:36 GMT
Are there specific examples to illustrate how this works? i.e. are there 
unit tests for it?  Obviously I'm definitely interested in this.

Ralph

Jason van Zyl wrote:
> Mark, Ralph,
>
> You'll probably be interested in the artifact graph code that went in 
> as the conflict resolution and dependency management are natural fall 
> outs of the work. The old code works perfectly fine and I just have to 
> obfuscate a couple JARs and I can publish a little dependency viewer 
> that Oleg whipped off with a donated version of yFiles. Once we put 
> that up then I think we can visually see the behavior of the mechanism 
> and work through the flaws by seeing them. We can make some pictures 
> and then throw out the scenarios for discussion. After the tree is 
> produced, creating a graph with conflict resolution techniques is 
> pretty straight forward but deciding how the POM should change to have 
> the various conflict resolvers activated will require a bit of dialog 
> I imagine.
> Thanks,
>
> Jason
>
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> jason at sonatype dot com
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