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  Does ant ivy have anything that handles native libs and is not a hack?  (Read 391 times)
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Offline i30817

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« Posted 2013-07-29 16:16:44 »

I know, that for instance, lwjgl uses a maven plugin for extracting them from jars after runtime detection of the build platform, and this is the 'quasi-standard' being used for maven nowadays. What i'm looking for is a easy way to make ivy use the same strategy so that those jars in the maven repos and their mappings still work for my dependency resolving purposes in, for instance, a netbeans build.xml hacked to symlink dependencies to a project 'libs' folder.
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