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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré>
Subject Re: Help understanding RepositoryContentConsumer API
Date Wed, 23 Jul 2014 07:04:58 GMT
Hi Matt,

I started to implement OBR support in Archiva but I had to switch to 
other projects.

I can push my changes on a branch and I will rework on it.
More than OBR (which is likely end of life), I will add Karaf features 
native support and OSG subsystem support too.


On 07/23/2014 08:57 AM, Olivier Lamy wrote:
> On 21 July 2014 09:08, Matt Magoffin <> wrote:
>>> Cool - in that case you should be able to implement RepositoryListener:
>>> That's hooked into most deletion events within Archiva.
>> That's interesting, thank you. I will look into this API.
>> Is there a way to know, however, if the user has initiated a full
>> directory scan from the UI, so that I might recreate the metadata.xml from
>> scratch? I thought this would be nice, just in case something is missed
> you have the boolean executeOnEntireRepo
> I reckon the api could be improve to be more easily extensible but
> this need to fully break the api....
>>> That's great. I'm not an OBR user but there are others here that are. IS
>>> this something you're interested in seeing shipped with Archiva by
>>> default?
> Yup sounds really interesting.
>> I of course have a need for this OBR support, and would think it wonderful
>> if Archiva shipped with support by default, yes! The OBR metadata file can
>> get rather large, so I had thought long term I'd need to add support for
>> only including the latest versions of all artifacts in the published file.
>> I did license my code as GPLv2, but would be happy to switch that to an
>> Apache license if that would be helpful.
> @apache we cannot accept any GPLv* contributions.
> So yes if you want to contribute it, you must change it to Apache license.
> Olivier
>> -- m@

Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Talend -

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