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From Stephen Connolly <>
Subject Re: Any chance of getting cassandra releases published to
Date Mon, 13 Dec 2010 07:11:44 GMT
Another question, under which jira component should I create the issue to
hold my patch?

- Stephen

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On 13 Dec 2010 03:38, "Eric Evans" <> wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-12-12 at 23:44 +0000, Stephen Connolly wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I was looking to see if I could find the cassandra jars on the maven
>> central repository ( but I see that they are not there
>> ( -> 404 not found)
>> So I had a quick search of the mailing lists and this was what I found:
>> I will hereby put my head above the parapet: I am willing to "support
>> mvn users, respond to the jira tickets they generate, and send patches
>> to the committers."
>> Just to be clear, I do not want to change your build from ant to
>> maven. I just want to see the artifacts published to the maven central
>> repository so that people using maven/gradle/etc (i.e. all the build
>> tools that pull jars from the maven central repository) can easily use
>> cassandra.
>> Do you want my help, and if so where do you want me to start?
> So first off, you should know that Riptano hosts a maven repo. It's not
> an official project resource, and it's not hosted on Apache
> infrastructure, but it should do the job.
> If that's not Good Enough and you want Official support, then personally
> I'd be agreeable to a solution that published directly from ant, or at
> the very least, generated a pom.xml in the build target, and removed it
> on clean.
> I have little faith at this point that maintaining a pom.xml is going to
> work for us.
> --
> Eric Evans

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