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From "Xavier Hanin" <>
Subject Re: Possible Ivy resolver bug
Date Sat, 09 Feb 2008 09:49:30 GMT
On Feb 9, 2008 10:35 AM, Adrian Sandor <> wrote:

> Argh, this list server is driving me crazy, screwing up my emails like
> that.
> Let's see if it likes gmail better. Resending:
> > Not sure what you mean by complete binary.
> I mean a jar ready to use, just like the ivy-2.0.0-beta1.jar included in
> the
> binary download.
> > Calling "ant jar" creates ivy.jar in build/artifacts/jars/ and copy it
> with an eclipse bundle name in
> > build/artifacts/. That's all you should need, and this is documented on
> the
> > download page, in the build from source section.
> I see that now, but everything I tried with the ant build script ended up
> with this:
> /mnt/tc/workspace/ivy-trunk/build.xml:50: ivy:settings doesn't support the
> "override" attribute
Check the list archive or JIRA, others have already complained about that
very recently, the problem is most probably due to another version of Ivy in
your ant lib.

> > Is there something missing? Any detail on why you fumbled to build the
> jar?
> Well, there was no .classpath, no jars (dependencies), and no instructions
> included.
.classpath is for eclipse only, but I think we have instructions for
building with eclipse on the developer doc I pointed out. You first need to
generate .classpath from Ant, and that's pretty much all.

Even after I downloaded the jars with IvyDE, I got hundreds of
> errors in the unit tests, such as:
> Implicit super constructor TestCase() is not visible for default
> constructor. Must define an explicit constructor
> Probably a bad junit version?


> Anyway, even now, I'm still unable to build a jar. I just ran
> org.apache.ivy.Main from eclipse.

> Adrian
> <*>

Xavier Hanin - Independent Java Consultant

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