geronimo-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Donald Woods <>
Subject Re: Eliminating the svn repo
Date Thu, 25 Jun 2009 18:57:32 GMT
Believe we stripped files out of the Dojo 1.0.2 release used by the 
2.1.x Server, but I believe the only thing that we had to do for the 
1.1.1 mini package was to change it from a tar.gz to a zip, due to 
maven-dependency-plugin only handling the <type>zip</type> correctly 
during the build.


Ivan wrote:
> For Dojo 0.4.3, debug-portlet is still using it.
> For 1.1.1 dojo-mini, I remember that all the unuseful files are removed 
> from it, it is created there for reduce the size of Geronimo binary file.
> Ivan
> 2009/6/24 David Jencks < 
> <>>
>     The svn repo is a terrible idea and violates the principle that all
>     the dependencies of anything in the maven central repo, must be in
>     the maven central repo.  I've been working to remove the need for
>     stuff in there with some success.
>     What's left is:
>     jtidy.  This appears to be a dependency only of the
>     testsuite-maven-plugin.  The project is not very active, although it
>     is built with maven 2.  Does anyone know what exactly it's used for?
>      Can we get rid of it?  Otherwise I guess we'll have to see if we
>     can get the project to release something.
>     directwebremoting.  Our version (2.0.5)  appears to have been
>     released but not to a maven repo.  There's a 3.0.M1 released
>     milestone.  I suggest we try it and see if it works for us.  Does
>     anyone know if the 2.0.3 version would work?
>     dojo.  I don't know what's in our 0.4.3  dojo-ajax and 1.1.1
>     dojo-mini jars but I see maven releases of dojo-war at 1.1.1, 1.2
>     and 1.3  Maybe we can extract what we need from this.  Are we still
>     using the 0.4.3 stuff? There's a 0.4.3 dojo-rhino jar..... maybe
>     it's related.
>     thanks
>     david jencks
> -- 
> Ivan

View raw message