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RE: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] What Eclipse stuff is in maven repo now
- From: Douglas Clarke <DOUGLAS.CLARKE@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 05:08:45 -0700 (PDT)
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FYI - I believe I sent this before but thought I would repeat since we are hosting a Maven repository @ Eclipse.
As part of the EclipseLink project's nightly/milestone/release build and publishing we also produce Maven artefacts. This has allowed consumers who wish to stay up to date with our development to consume EclipseLink bundles easily using Maven.
I am not a Maven expert but if other projects are interested I can connect them with our build engineer.
Having a central/common repository at Eclipse would be much better in my opinion then duplicating into Maven.org. This is definitely true for nightly/milestone builds but depending on user demand we could publish our releases to Maven.org.
From: Wayne Beaton [mailto:wayne@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 2:02 PM
To: Andrew Overholt; eclipse.org-architecture-council
Subject: Re: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] What Eclipse stuff is in
maven repo now
The dates appear to be (almost) all 2007. I recall hearing about
somebody who decided to do a mass-import. There was some concern that
the format of something-or-other wasn't right. How's that for vague?
I think that an up-to-the-minute repository would be more useful for
adopters of Eclipse technology.
Andrew Overholt wrote:
> If you go here:
> You can see what Eclipse stuff is in that maven repository (the main
> repository? I think so, but I'm not a maven expert). These contents
> are something we should consider when thinking about why people would
> want to consume Eclipse bundles with maven.
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