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From "Eric Barboni" <>
Subject RE: Improvements to search [was: Performance issues after upgrading to 2.0.1]
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2014 16:08:01 GMT
Perso I use netbeans. But as oliver just said we are IDE free :p.

No use autoformating too fast (or configure it to comply with archiva coding style) (sic).
OS tips:

If you are using Windows:
  --the filelock tests are failing. (native issue I process locking and so one)
  --some issue occurs because mismatch with md5 or filesize;
  the eol were wrong for jar, war and pom file
  you need to "refresh your local repository" 
  >git rm --cached -rf .
  >git reset --hard

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Olivier Lamy [] 
Envoyé : vendredi 25 avril 2014 13:07
À :
Objet : Re: Improvements to search [was: Performance issues after upgrading to 2.0.1]

On 24 April 2014 19:15, Sascha Vogt <> wrote:
> Hi,
>>> Am 23.04.2014 15:18, schrieb Sascha Vogt:
>>> Now in general a few things, which I think improve the situation:
>>> 1. The max count should be changeable (at least when using advanced
>>> parameters)
>>> 2. Don't duplicate the results for each version, instead do it like 
>>> -> Display the latest version only and give a link 
>>> to the artifact (which has all the versions listed) and telling only 
>>> the number of other versions available
>>> How do others feel about those changes? If everyone can aggree on 
>>> them, I'll open an issue and see, if I can work on it.
> I created
> and
> I'm a bit tight on time, as I'm moving flats this weekend. As soon as 
> I have set myself up there I'll try to address them. If you have any 
> more suggestions or additions - just post them to the issues.
> By the way, if some of the more experienced devs find time, please go 
> ahead ;) These issues are by no means "reserved" to me
> A few general dev questions:
> 1. would it be OK to change the .gitignore to also include the typical 
> Eclipse project files (.project, .classpath and .settings/*)
> 2. What is the easiest for you to apply patches? Are these Github 
> Pull-Requests OK? Or is there something else which is easier for you?
github is nice and easy.
> 3. At least under Windows I have issues getting the tests to run, any 
> tips? Will try on my Mac, if this should work better
no real idea. What sort of issues?
> 4. What would you recommend as IDE? Does anybody of the core devs run 
> Eclipse?

Perso I use intellij. But you are free to use the IDE you prefer. We are IDE independant :-)

> Greetings
> -Sascha-

Olivier Lamy
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