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From Thomas Fischer <fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject RE: Maven repository issues
Date Thu, 08 Feb 2007 17:33:19 GMT
Hi Greg,

this sounds like a good plan indeed. If I shuold do anything for this,
please let me know


"Greg Monroe" <Greg.Monroe@DukeCE.com> schrieb am 08.02.2007 18:09:19:

> Thomas Fischer said:
> >I would have a slight preference towards
> >
> > maven.repo.remote=http://repo1.maven.org/maven
> That sound good and seems to work fine. I dropped commons-logging
> from my local repository and it downloaded fine.
> FWIW, I haven't used Maven 1.1, so I didn't know about the issues
> there.  It was just a suggestion I saw relating to this issue.
> > Where would you change this ?
> > In the test project and in the tutorial, or also as default
> > in the maven1 plugin ? I'd prefer the former, and could help with it.
> I was just thinking about making the build work by changing it in
> the base commons/project.properties.  But obviously there are more
> places that this effects.
> FWIW, the test-project will work fine.  I dropped common-logging
> and ran it in debug mode.  Because it is a subproject, it finds
> the maven.repo.remote setting in the commons/properties file.
> So, the build stuff can easily be fixed.
> As to fixing the plug-in user problem, I think that educating
> people on using a global build.properties file with a
> maven.repo.remote setting is probably the way to go rather
> than "patch it" in the plug-in.
> Maybe a item on the news page, with info like:
> -----
> 8 February 2007 - Maven 1.0.x Dependency Problems
> Maven default repository has moved and now Maven 1.0.x is
> unable to find required dependencies without a minor configuration
> change.  You will need to add the following to your
> project.properties file:
> maven.repo.remote=http://repo1.maven.org/maven
> A good place to do add this is in your user id's default
> Maven project.properties file.  This is in your user home
> directory, e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\userid on Windows
> or ~userid on *nix.  If it doesn't exist, just create one
> with just that line.
> -----
> Then link to this from the main overview page, the tutorial
> Step 1 and Maven 1 Plugin pages.
> Does this sound like a good plan.  If so, I'll start making
> the doc changes.
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