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Subject [DAISY] Updated: Releasing Cocoon
Date Wed, 09 Aug 2006 12:11:49 GMT
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Document ID: 1199
Branch: main
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Name: Releasing Cocoon (unchanged)
Document Type: Cocoon Document (unchanged)
Updated on: 8/9/06 12:11:42 PM
Updated by: Reinhard Pötz

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    <li>refer to an already released parent in pom.xml</li>
--- <li><tt>mvn -Dusername=[svn-user-name] -Dpassword=******** release:prepare
--- -Darguments="-N"</tt></li>
--- <li><tt>mvn -Dusername=</tt><tt>[svn-user-name]</tt><tt>
+++ <li><tt>mvn -N -Dusername=[svn-user-name] -Dpassword=******** release:prepare
+++ -Darguments="-N"<br/>
+++ </tt></li>
+++ <li><tt>mvn -N -Dusername=</tt><tt>[svn-user-name]</tt><tt>
    release:perform -Darguments="-N"</tt></li>
--- <p>If the "-N" option doesn't work for you, you have to comment the modules
--- section in the pom by hand and comment it out after the release.</p>
    <p>Take care to manually change all poms that have the released pom as a parent.
    For example you release cocoon-blocks-modules under version 3, before it was
    2-SNAPSHOT. The next version increment of that pom is thus 3-SNAPSHOT, and you
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--- <h1><strong>Tipps and tricks</strong></h1>
+++ <h1><strong>Tips and tricks</strong></h1>
    <li>You can probably omit the username and password if you have committed to the
    cocoon repository before, SVN should have  cached your login credentials.
    (anyway that's how it was for me on Mac OS X)</li>
    <li>You can shortcut the execution by specifying both goals in one:<br/>
--- <tt>mvn release:prepare release:perform -Darguments="-N"</tt></li>
+++ <tt>mvn -N release:prepare release:perform -Darguments="-N"</tt></li>
    <li>You can reach the rsync repository via http at
    <a href=""></a>
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