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From "Chris Custine" <chris.cust...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SNAPSHOT deployment frequency
Date Fri, 02 Feb 2007 23:28:59 GMT
I am not sure about the current setup, so someone else will have to answer
that, but I think it would be very helpful to get some SNAPSHOT builds
deploying to m2-snapshot-repository or wherever they need to go.  One thing
that comes to mind is that the Spring-OSGi builds could then pull down more
recent code to test against, etc.

One problem I know we will have is the pom-new-plugin.xml and
pom-old-plugin.xml files.  I do Felix CI builds off of SVN changes and
deploy to my internal Maven repo, but I have some script workarounds to get
a proper pom.xml prior to the build execution.

If this becomes a plan I would be happy to get the poms cleaned up and help
set up a continuum build somewhere.


On 2/2/07, Steven E. Harris <seh@panix.com> wrote:
> I've been tracking Felix's development via Subversion for a while,
> building my own snapshots every few days. As more of our development
> team starts leaning on Felix, I am faced with at least two choices:
>   o Modify the root Felix pom.xml file, changing its
>     distributionManagement element to point to my internal
>     repositories, so that I can deploy my own Felix builds there for
>     internal use.
>   o Add the "apache.snapshots" repository to my project's remote
>     repository set, and track the public Felix builds that way.
> I like the second option, but I noticed that the most recent SNAPSHOT
> (0.9.0-incubator-SNAPSHOT) was deployed on 22 December 2006. That
> one's not too old yet, but it's hard to know when the next refresh
> will come.
> With that concern in mind, how often does the Felix team deploy a
> SNAPSHOT build to this repository? What criteria triggers such a
> deployment?
> --
> Steven E. Harris

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