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Re: [jakartaee-platform-dev] Move platform API jar file and javadoc generation to platform project?
- From: Bill Shannon <bill.shannon@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 May 2019 12:45:42 -0700
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FYI, this is finally done. The repo is here:
Bill Shannon wrote on 4/18/19 2:49 PM:
> I've heard no objections and some support so I'll proceed with the plan below.
> Bill Shannon wrote on 4/11/19 11:29 AM:
>> (Sorry for the cross-posting, but presumably both groups will be interested...)
>> The Jakarta EE platform javadocs and API jar files are generated from a
>> subproject of the GlassFish repo. A normal build of GlassFish does not build
>> this subproject, and a normal release of GlassFish does not release this
>> subproject. This subproject collects together all the API artifacts from
>> all the other API projects, builds them, combines them into the platform
>> (and profile) API jar files, and generates the combined platform (and profile)
>> The reason this is part of the GlassFish repo is so that it can share
>> the configuration of the *versions* of the API artifacts; the actual API
>> artifacts used by the subproject are defined in the subproject.
>> I propose moving this subproject to a new repo in the Jakarta EE Platform
>> project. This new Maven project can produce a BOM pom that can be imported
>> into GlassFish so that the artifact version configuration can still be shared.
>> Updating GlassFish to use a new version of a component may require updating
>> the API version in the Jakarta EE platform project and updating the
>> implementation version in the GlassFish project. This will be a minor issue
>> for components with a clean API/implementation separation, but will be more
>> of an issue for components that require synchronized updates of both artifacts.
>> Questions? Comments? Concerns?
>> If there are no objections by April 18, I'll start the process to move
>> this Maven subproject to a jakartaee-api repo in the Jakarta EE Platform