- Documentation (2.4.0)
- Release Notes
- Settings Files
- Ivy Files
- Ant Tasks
- post resolve tasks
- Using standalone
- Developer doc
- Get Involved
- Apache IvyDE
Each distribution of Apache Ivy contains examples and documentation. The documentation can also be browsed online, we have an history of all versions since 2.0.0-alpha2.
With each version of Apache Ivy, you can find:
Containing jars, documentation and examples + a build.xml to download dependencies from a maven2 repository.
This is the recommended version to use Apache Ivy, you will get the jar and be able to make your first use of Apache Ivy to download the dependencies you need.
All dependencies are optional, so you can use Apache Ivy without downloading any dependency.
However in order to upload large files ( > 1.GB ) it is necessary to use commons-httpclient, commons-logging, commons-codec. See IVY-1197
It requires at least a jre 1.4+ to run, and it can be used with Apache Ant 1.6.2 or later.
binary distribution with dependenciesContaining jars, dependencies, documentation and examples.
This distribution is well suited if you want to easily use Apache Ivy with all its optional tasks relying on external dependencies, without having to download them later. It requires at least a jre 1.4+ to run, and it can be used with Apache Ant 1.6.2 or later.