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From "Ralph Goers" <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: Including source files in jars
Date Tue, 08 Jun 2004 23:22:36 GMT
I guess I'm missing something. I thought the point was to have the source
for dependent projects that are snapshots in the jars.  That makes sense
to me.  In that case I'm not sure how having a build property helps since
the source would need to be in the jar that is part of the Cocoon
download.

If this discussion is about putting Cocoon source in jars, I'm not sure
what the point of that is since you have to download the source to build.

Ralph


Sylvain Wallez said:
>>>>
>>> "exclude.archive-sources" is fine if you think it better fits the
>>> build property naming scheme. Or better "exclude.source-in-jars"
>>> which is a noun instead of a verb?
>>
>>
>> Used include.sources-in-jars. I don't like the exclude syntax so much
>> and there are already other include.* properties (see below that added
>> one). Sometimes I will change all excludes in includes as it was
>> already done for the blocks.
>
>
> Agree. "include" is more understable than "exclude" which is a negation.
>
> Sylvain



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