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From Jason Dillon <>
Subject Re: private repo in svn questions...
Date Thu, 04 Dec 2008 10:40:48 GMT
I've setup a nexus on (as the gbuild user),  
and then setup geronimo/repository/trunk (which contains copies of  
what is currently in geronimo/server/trunk/repository) exposed as a  
hosted repository here:

Right now this is just a test, but if this looks like a viable  
solution to our repository problems, and mvn builds don't balk on  
connection problems, then I will setup automatic updates of the tree  
via cron and get rid of the ick .svn stuff that shows up in the listing.

Shall we give it a try?

Ping me on IRC if you want the admin password.


On Dec 2, 2008, at 8:12 AM, David Jencks wrote:

> In order to get the build to work with my use of nexus I've added  
> the trunk svn repo (server/trunk/repository) to the nexus  
> repositories.
> This makes me wonder if we should just set up a single repo in svn  
> and put all our private builds there rather than having branch- 
> specific repos.  Would this result in more or less or the same load  
> on the svn server?
> I also wonder if our policy of patching apache projects and coming  
> up with our own psuedo releases is really the best idea or if we  
> should just copy their code over in svn and build it more directly.
> I also discovered a couple of weeks back that the lack of poms in  
> this repo was causing significant build delays while maven was  
> looking everywhere it could think of for them so I added them when I  
> could easily find them in the artifacts.  I think we should add them  
> for the other artifacts as well.
> thanks
> david jencks

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