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Tag: dependencies Parent: ivy-module
Container for dependency elements, used to describe the dependencies of this module. If this container is not present, it is assumed that the module has no dependencies at all.
This container provides two similar behaviors described below. (See configurations doc page for more details about these behaviors).
defaultconf defines the
conf attribute to use when no conf is defined for a dependency in this Ivy file. It is only used when no conf mapping is defined, and has no influence in other cases.
defaultconfmapping influences the way that a conf mapping with no mapped conf is interpreted.
(since 2.2) Attributes
defaultconfmapping can be used together. In earlier versions, if both
defaultconfmapping are defined, it’s the
defaultconfmapping that is used.
(since 1.4) You can activate a
confmappingoverride mode for all configurations, in which case the extending configurations will override the mappings of the configurations they extend from.
the default configuration to use when none is specified in a dependency. (since 1.1)
No, defaults to
the default configuration mapping to use in this Ivy file. (since 1.3)
No, defaults to no default conf mapping
No, defaults to
declares a dependency for this module
excludes artifacts, modules or whole organizations from the set of dependencies of this module (since 2.0)
specifies an override mediation rule, overriding the revision and/or branch requested for a transitive dependency (since 2.0)
specifies a conflict manager for one or several dependencies (since 2.0)