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From Jason Dillon <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Creating a top level repo in the G trees
Date Tue, 27 Feb 2007 20:13:01 GMT
I would leave the m3 branch alone... its not worth the effort to  
change things there... though you may want to merge the myfaces repo  
changes (configs/jasper) from trunk, to help with SNAPSHOT resolution  
when Mvn tries to perform updates.

As for the rest of these, I mentioned a way to handle this in the  
short-term in a mail I sent about "Local module repos and SNAPSHOT  

  * * *

What's the motivation to do this to m3 (which is a very short-lived  


On Feb 27, 2007, at 8:38 AM, Matt Hogstrom wrote:

> In doing the release I've run into a few different repos scattered  
> in the tree.  I'd like to move those repos to a top level  
> repository directory for the tree.  This helps out so that any  
> artifacts that are related to a release are put in one place.
> Here is the list of repos:
> .//applications/console/geronimo-console-standard/repository
> .//applications/console/geronimo-console-standard/src/main/java/org/ 
> apache/geronimo/console/repository
> .//applications/console/geronimo-console-standard/src/main/webapp/ 
> WEB-INF/view/repository
> .//applications/geronimo-dojo/repository
> .//applications/geronimo-uddi-server/repository
> .//configs/jasper/repository
> I would prefer to move these artifacts up to a top level ./ 
> repository directory that is maintained as part of the tree and add  
> this repo at the root level.  I'm wondering if there is a specific  
> reason that they are located on a per module basis?
> I'm heading for a plane and will be disconnected for a while so if  
> someone has some spare cycles it would be most appreciated if this  
> could be done in the 2.0-M3 tree.
> I'd like to discuss this for trunk.

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