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Re: [jetty-users] What is the current status of 7.1.x debian packaging? Is there interest in patches?

On 07/31/2010 08:53 PM, Joakim Erdfelt wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 7:43 AM, mabrek <mabrek@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>     My goal is to create working jetty 7 package for our appications
>>     running on Ubuntu >= 9.10. Another goal is to maintain exactly the
>>     same set of libraries in production and in development environment
>>     (maven jetty plugin).
> If you want to see a totally different approach, one that doesn't use a
> patch, but uses maven entirely, we are interested.
> But instead of trying to make a patch, how about a whole new debian
> build branch?

I tryed to use maven entirely without maven-debian-helper and maven-repo-helper. It builds and installs but does nothing because of some bugs in that I haven't fixed yet. I almost rewrote in another successful packaging attempt but haven't merged it into jetty-deb-by-maven repository.
Packaging scripts are uploaded to and build patches to
It doesn't use eclipse drops and builds only from maven central artefacts. It can be easily switched back to eclipse signed jars when they become available to download.

> I would be curious to see how you handle the splitup of the distribution
> directory into the linux server packaging defaults.
>   /usr/bin
>   /etc/jetty
>   /usr/lib/java/jetty
>   /var/log/jetty
>   /var/run/jetty
>   /var/jetty/webapps

It was made by dh_install in original packaging. I simply followed this approach.

Anton Lebedevich.

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