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From "Rahul Akolkar" <rahul.akol...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [all] Commons SCXML 0.7 RC1 available
Date Sat, 08 Dec 2007 21:44:11 GMT
On 12/8/07, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 08/12/2007, Rahul Akolkar <rahul.akolkar@gmail.com> wrote:
<snip/>
> >
> > I've been adding clirr reports after the fact (running clirr at
> > command line) so folks can glance at changes. I agree it would be good
> > to add a report to the site, I'll need to look at m1 plugin, get it
> > going etc.
> >
>
> OK, understood.
>
> Which reminds me - what about the RAT report?
>
<snap/>

Ran RAT on the tag, that report has been added (see
commons-scxml-0.7-rat-report.txt) here:

 http://people.apache.org/~rahul/commons/scxml-0.7/rc1/


> >
> > Yup, doap not necessary. PROPOSAL and STATUS are archival things that
> > don't really pertain to any release (actually, STATUS is more cruft
> > than anything else ;-). pom.xml not in since I personally haven't used
> > the m2 build a lot (but I know atleast 'mvn install' works so I guess
> > it could be added).
>
> s/could/should/ - please ;-)
>
<snip/>

:-)

I'll cut RC2 mid next week (to allow for any other feedback between
now and then) that has the pom.xml in the source distros. Please feel
free to try out the pom and update it as you see fit within the next
2-3 days (I haven't tried the m2 site for example, don't intend to
either for v0.7 etc.).


> > I looked at the src zip and the 8 jpegs you list seem to be in there.
> > Can you point directly to the file that doesn't have them?
>
> Sorry, I was wrong ...
>
> There was a problem with the extraction process - the files were
> there, but for some reason they were in a different directory -
> SCXML-ST instead of scxml-stopwatch.
>
<snap/>

Yup, that'd mess with it.


> >
> > Me too, that report generation may not be working. Will have to look
> > into it at some point (I think we're fairly complete on Javadocs in
> > general).
>
> OK.
>
> Maybe drop the report if it does not show anything useful (and avoid
> possible future questions about it)
>
<snip/>

Sounds good (I'll probably take out both reports, Javadoc Report and
Javadoc Warnings Report).

-Rahul

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