> Since my previous post, I added javadoc artefact publication, which works
> fine if calling ivy from ANT (after some tweaking of deliver/publish).
> But now the WorkspaceResolver is lost again, and my only solution to stop it
> complaining is to disable version checking in the global IvyDE preferences.
> However this is only a workaround.
> Now I would like to debug IvyDE to understand what happen.
> How do you setup Eclipse to debug the resolve step of IvyDE ?
About how the workspace resolver work, you have to understand that IvyDE is then trying to see the eclipse workspace as an Ivy repository. So the ivy.xml files in the Eclipse project must have enough information so that it really looks like a repository. The only difference should be about the artifacts. Since there is nothing actually published, IvyDE doesn't really care about the <publications> tag in the ivy.xml. But you should not reference any artifact in the dependencies section.