While that is a possible solution, it creates alot of maintence issues and isn't very scalable. I think there could be a cleaner solution if both parties got involved with making adjustments.


Noel J. Bergman wrote:

There is no simple "symlink" that can be approached to resolve these
duplication issues because the directory structures are not the same.

Correct me if I am wrong, but it appears that although the directory
structure needs to be duplicated, at the leaf a symlink can remove
duplication of the file data.  Either the leaf in java-repository points to
the avalon copy, or the avalon copy points to the jar in java-repository.  I
don't particularly care which.  I don't recall if you had requirement.

        --- Noel

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