On 14/03/2007, at 5:21 AM, Andrus Adamchik wrote:
> While I am on that pessimistic Maven rant ... Continuous
> integration (the maven way) somehow includes the underlying build
> system made of dozens of plugins constantly updated by multiple
> third parties. Maybe we should revert to Ant ?
Firstly, I found this: https://maven-repository-importer.dev.java.net/
This is a plugin which supposedly makes it easy to publish to maven
repositories from ant. But I haven't tried it, so I don't know how
workable it is.
Secondly, Cayenne dependencies are pretty simple aren't they? Is it
as simple as having a /lib folder and a VERSIONS.txt file which
tracks what version of each lib we are using? Or is there something
more complex involved here? If so, I've ready some nice things about
the Apache Ivy project for dependency management in ant.
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