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Re: [jetty-dev] 7.2.2 and some other questions

On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 15:47, Chad La Joie <lajoie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Just so I'm clear, you mean you wouldn't do an aggregate source bundle but
> would still have the source artifacts (so that things like Eclipse can still
> display the source when you open types/implementations)?

That is the specific artifact I am talking about doing away with....I
added it back into the build a release to three ago and I question
that now.  The per artifact source artifacts and javadoc artifacts are
required and not about to be done away with.

the specific javadoc bit I am talking about getting rid of is the one
under the javadoc directory of the distribution pulled from that same
location above....its a pain to generate for that distribution and I
question its value anymore since the proxy approach pointing to seemed to be working fine for folks.


> On 12/2/10 4:05 PM, Jesse McConnell wrote:
>> how are folks feeling about pulling a 7.2.2 release soon?
>> Also, a while back I added in a source distribution and a generated
>> version of the javadocs that could go into the binary distribution...A
>> side effect of this is the release process takes astronomically longer
>> to run because of some issues in the javadoc plugin.  Do you all see
>> value in keeping this in the distribution or could we go back to the
>> previous approach of proxying to the published documentation?
>> Lastly, I am thinking about not bothering with .bz2 formats in our
>> binary distributions...would it break anyones hearts to do away with
>> it?  I get a little fearful of shoving TOO much stuff into maven
>> central and that and dropping the source distro (who uses those
>> anymore).  I am thinking this would be fine because I am not aware of
>> anyone asking us for source distro's or the javadoc in the distro
>> while it was missing.  Source wise we have great tooling that puts the
>> source with the artifact, the javadoc with the artifact and anyone
>> that needs to build jetty can just pull from SVN like the rest of the
>> known universe since a source bundle at the distribution lvl is
>> effectly just an svn export anyway.
>> thoughts?
>> jesse
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