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From "Mark R. Diggory" <>
Subject Re: [release managers] Rsync with Apache's Maven repository
Date Fri, 30 Jan 2004 14:44:42 GMT
Yes, order of these would be up to the developers. But, ordering of 
these does not necessarily dictate with file is used in the case of 
snapshot, I believe in such a case the snapshots are compared in the two 
repositories for underlying version backing them, the newest of the two 
versions is used.

What this means as well is that when your developing/testing and using 
the nightly build repository, your snapshots will resole to the bleeding 
edge, when you actually cut a release, you would remove the nightly 
build repository from your configuration and just use ibiblio, the 
snapshot would resolve to the newest versioned release stored on ibiblio.


Joe Germuska wrote:
> At 10:38 PM -0500 1/29/04, Mark R. Diggory wrote:
>> Because only /www/ is mirrored to 
>> ibiblio, only versioned releases get exposed through the default maven 
>> repository settings. Apache developers who wish to be testing against 
>> the "bleeding edge" only need to add this repository location to their 
>> maven configuration
>> maven.repo.remote = 
> Would it be better to use the reverse order, so that is 
> only bothered when the requested JAR isn't on iBiblio?
> maven.repo.remote =, 
> Thanks for your work on this -- it will be really nice to have a smooth 
> and direct channel to get releases onto iBiblio.
> Joe

Mark Diggory
Software Developer
Harvard MIT Data Center

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