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From anita kulshreshtha <a_kuls...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Plan for removing m1 and updating structure for m2
Date Thu, 24 Aug 2006 13:07:56 GMT


--- Jason Dillon <jason@planet57.com> wrote:

> Here is a brief outline for what I am going to do...
> 
> 1) First, all maven.xml, project.properties and project.xml files are
>  
> going to be removed. etc, xdocs, m1 plugins and m1 assemblies will  
> also be removed.

+1

> 
> 2) Then one by one, each module will have its structure updated to  
> conform to the m2 standard, including pom modifications to support  
> the layout.

+1

> 
> 3) Then module directories will be renamed to match the artifactId,  
> and pom hacks to support the disconnected directory names will be  
> removed.  May be some discussion about some ill named artifacts,  
> which I will post when I come across them.  During this time I will  
> also rename m2-plugins to maven-plugins and m2-assemblies to
> assemblies.

+1

> 
> 4) Removed files which were used to support the m1 build (some files 
> 
> have been duplicated to support m1 & m2).

+1

Thanks
Anita


> 
> 5) Clean up, remove stuff like references to pom.currentVersion in  
> plans, etc...

+1

> 
>   * * *
> 
> After all that is done, then we should start to consider how we want 
> 
> to split up the modules/* into a few smaller trees which represent  
> the functionality of the server.  When we split up these modules we  
> will also change the groupIds. More to come of that later.
> 
> I'm going to start tomorrow afternoon (PST) (er thats really today I 
> 
> guess) and should be finished by EOD Friday PST, though probably  
> finished late on Thursday.
> 
> I appreciate your patience.  If you run into any issues please ping  
> me and I will help you to resolve ASAP.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> --jason
> 


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