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From Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot>
Subject Re: Considering the Nexus repository infrastructure for our future releases?
Date Fri, 12 Mar 2010 12:25:18 GMT
Hi Felix,

I'm not really sure yet, but I'm afraid this won't work for the deployment of the generated
Maybe we should ask the infra guys about that.

However, I think a good workaround could be to have the documentation in a dedicated (empty)
local repository that you can then zip/tar.gz.
You could upload that archive (zip/tar.gz file) on and unarchive it to the
final location from there.



On 11 mars 2010, at 21:04, Felix Knecht wrote:

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> On 03/11/10 18:41, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'd like to propose that we use Apache's Nexus repository infrastructure to release
our future versions on Maven repositories.
>> It's used by a large number of Maven based Apache projects now, and it's the recommended
way of uploading releases to Maven Repositories, as described on the "Releasing A Maven Project"
Guide [1].
>> I think we've reach the limit with deployments on My last deployment
of Studio for version 1.5.2 took more than four hours (!!).
>> I talked with Chris Custine on that subject and we would probably have a much better
performance with Nexus. It also have pretty neat features like stagging that would allow us
to upload artifacts and approve (or deny) them later, which could be interesting when voting
a release.
>> However, there's seem to be one "drawback" in the fact that once the project is moved
to Nexus, deployment on are disabled. All deployments must be done on Nexus.
>> More information on this on this at INFRA-1896 [2].
>> I would really like that we discuss that all together and maybe we could launch a
vote to move to Nexus after this discussion.
>> WDYT?
> I think that's the way to go. Does there also exists a possibility to
> deploy at least generated release documentation?
> Felix
>> Thanks,
>> Pierre-Arnaud
>> [1] -
>> [2] -
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