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Resolve Dependencies With Ivy

In my last post, I wrote about how you can use Apache Ivy to automatically store your compiled components and libraries in a local repository. Now, why should you even do that? What's the point?

The point is, that now you can use Ivy to

  • automatically copy the libraries you need into your project's folder structure,
  • always retrieve the latest version of a library,
  • download libraries from remote repositories, provided you have access and
  • get dependencies that aren't even in any of your repositories.
Ivy: Work, Work

"Work, Work". Apache Ivy can take a bunch of manual tasks off your hands. © 2012 Max Knoblich

This is how I use Ivy to make working with libraries easier:
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