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Re: [tycho-user] Tycho and dependencyManagement
- From: Max Rydahl Andersen <max.andersen@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 12:08:49 +0200
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>>> Ummm... I am pretty sure Maven will handle such indirectly
>>> configured repositories correctly.
>> How ? afaik, it will use *all* repositories defined in my and any
>> transitive dependent projects to try and resolve dependencies which
>> causes nondeterministic resolution.
>> Thats at least what
>> talks about and what i've seen everytime I've used projects that had
>> repositories listed in their pom's.
> Maven is expected to scope <repository> elements defined in pom.xml to
> resolve dependencies of that pom.xml only. Project-local repositories
> should not leak.
yes, but doesn't that mean it will go look for it's dependency first in this project-local repo
rather than what I have defined in my aggregator project ?
Meaning the resolution of dependencies will leak, i.e. I depend on A and B and A also depend on B.
When resolving A it goes to A which resolves B which uses its A.repositories meaning
when it resolves B in my project context it will say "hey - I already got that...moving on".
Even though it is not present in the repositories I have setup in my project.
That's at least what I saw/noticed last time I fought this problem.
>>> Unless you use mirrorOf=* (or external:*) in settings.xml, which is
>>> exactly the reason I avoid mirrorOf.
>> Afaik this is the only way to actually work around this problem of
>> foreign repositories get into your build ? do you know of something
>> better ? :)
> yes, https://github.com/etesla/nexus-mirror-selector ;-)
That seem to require a sever side mechanism that doesn't exist yet ? :)