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From Simone Tripodi <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSSION] 0.7.0 Release
Date Sun, 04 Mar 2012 13:09:39 GMT
Thanks for the precious informations Andy!
I'll try setup maven in order to deploy distribution packages directly
on p.a.o. in order to have an automatic release procedure as much as

At the same time I am studying an alternative solution to including
external repos in the pom, almost finished I'll announce on the ML as
soon as I have it completed :P

+1 for replacing CSV parser  any volunteer? :)

all the best and have a nice WE,

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 7:39 PM, Andy Seaborne <> wrote:
>> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 12:27 AM, Simone Tripodi
>> <>wrote:
>>> Hi Lewis,
>>> thanks a lot for leading the project management! I step up to cover
>>> the release manager role,
> Great!
>>> I just need to figure out where we have to
>>> put the binaries release on p.a.o., the rest is quiet complete.
> Binaries and formal source-release (if using -Papache-release) need to get
> copied to
> /x1/www/
> Any incubator committer can create a directory under /dist/incubator/
> This becomes and gets mirrored
> immediately so don't put them there until after the VOTE on general@i.
> The proposed dist area can go under your ~ on p.a.o.  This seems to the most
> common way currently.
> On 02/03/12 15:48, Lewis John Mcgibbney wrote:
>> One final thing, Andy mentioned that we should/could remove the
>> external googlecode repository from parent and core pom.xml,
>> unfortunately the commons-csv library doesn't seem to be available on
>> maven central and is used within the any23 core module so I think we
>> may need to work on this one for the next incubator release.
> Tricky. I thought it was not allowed to depend on external stuff that wasn't
> in maven central but I might be wrong on that.
> But as any23 is compiling it anyway to put it into the googlecode repo, and
> commons-csv is Apache, a crude solution is to copy the source code into the
> project tree for now.  It's much the same.  (mentors - that OK? or is it not
> guaranteed to be clean yet as it's commons sandbox).
> Hmm - no nightly build since 2007 but code updates have happened Nov 2011.
> There are other CSV parsers - net.sf.opencsv is ASL2.0 and it does TSV as
> well as CSV.
>        Andy

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