From a discussion on IRC:
- Hoss had the typical clean-jars problem
- I mentioned we should instead use the ivy option of "sync=true", which is just like retrieve except nukes any stuff (e.g. old jars) that shouldn't be there.
- the problem with this is it would also nuke the .sha1 and licensing stuff (its easy to try and see).
So the idea came about we could just have a licenses/ folder for each "product" (lucene, solr) and this has the .sha1's and licensing stuff.
Steve asked what if different modules depended on different versions of the same jar: this is bogus and we should just disallow it!
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