|Re: Using Buckminster with Ivy dependency declarations [message #723752 is a reply to message #723741]
||Fri, 09 September 2011 11:00
|| Thomas Hallgren
Registered: July 2009
I think the most sensible thing would be to look at the p2 reader and the maven reader. They will give you a good hint
of what needs to be done in order to access a repository and create needed cspecs for the components found there.
Our source is in Git now http://git.eclipse.org/c/buckminster/buckminster.git/ and the projects in question would be
org.eclipse.buckminster.core and org.eclipse.buckminster.maven.
On 2011-09-09 11:18, Roland Tepp wrote:
> Thanks for a reply. I had the same impression.
> What would it involve to start writing one?
> 30.08.2011 18:10, Thomas Hallgren kirjutas:
>> Hi Roland,
>> I would very much like to see Ivy support in Buckminster but so far
>> nobody has shown any interest. So today there's no support at all.
>> Thomas Hallgren
>> On 2011-08-30 16:41, Roland Tepp wrote:
>>> I am planning to move a project from a fairly hairy setup involving
>>> lots of Ant hackery where Maven is used only for the
>>> sake of dependency management to using Ant + Ivy istead.
>>> I would also like to provide a mechanism for materializing a workspace
>>> using Buckminster and later if that turns out
>>> well, probably introduce it to the build and deployment process.
>>> The question I have is how much dependency information is Buckminster
>>> able to parse from Ivy dependency declarations?
>>> Can I use Buckminster along with Ivy?
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