The project itself isn't dead. However, like Ivy itself, development has
been slow the past couple of years. Ivy itself released a new version a
few weeks back (2.5.0-rc1). I think we can release a IvyDE version too.
I'll try and get a (RC) release out the next week or so.
As for that JIRA you mention, the problem probably isn't IvyDE and
instead is Ivy 2.5.0-rc1 (based on the details I see in that JIRA's
environment section). We have a JIRA for tracking the bug in Ivy
(IVY-1580) and I'm working towards a fix for it.
On 09/06/18 12:43 AM, Shawn Heisey wrote:
On 6/8/2018 8:13 AM, rco...@e1b.org wrote:
I don't think there is a newer version available, and I think the last
release was about the same time as the previous work on Ivy was being
done. Hopefully, IvyDE will keep up the work in Ivy, as without IDE
integration it's hard to see Ivy surviving. As far as I know, however,
IvyDE 2.2.0 continues to work in the latest eclipse.
Indeed, IvyDE does seem to be working well. Says good things about both
IvyDE and the APIs in Eclipse, when something that's so old continues to
But it does make me nervous to see no releases in nearly five years.
Found the project page for IvyDE, and it says this is the right mailing
In my travels to learn whether it's a dead project or not, I see an
issue for exactly the problem I was experiencing which got me started
down this rabbit hole:
The SVN trunk for ivyde shows a last commit date four years ago, but the
github repository shows a commit TODAY.
Which prompts the question: Is IvyDE dead?