On 12/7/06, Jacob Grydholt Jensen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi, As far as I can see from http://jira.jayasoft.org/browse/IVYDE-12, the IvyDE supports source and javadoc attachments. However, I cannot find any examples using this feature. As far as I can read from the IVYDE-12 issue, I should extend the ivys in my repository so they include source and javadoc artifacts. Could somebody please give a short example of the use of this feature or point me to relevant documentation?
There is no documentation for the moment, here are some basic explanations of how it works for the moment: When it find a jar artifact to add in the container, it looks for another artifact with the same name and with a "source" type, and attach it as source if it finds one. The type (source) can be configured. So if you want to have source attached you should have an ivy file like this one for your dependency: <ivy-module version="1.0"> <info organisation="thisorg" module="thismodule" revision="1.0.4"/> <configurations> <conf name="default"/> <conf name="sources"/> </configurations> <publications> <artifact name="myartifact" type="jar" conf="default" /> <artifact name="myartifact" type="source" ext="zip" conf="sources" /> </publications> </ivy-module> Then if you depend on it like this: <dependency org="thisorg" name="thismodule" rev="1.0.4" conf="default->default;dependencies-sources->sources" /> And if you resolve both the default and the dependencies-sources configurations in IvyDE, you should get the myartifact.jar in the container with sources from myartifact.zip attached. Xavier Best regards,
Jacob Grydholt Jensen