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From Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.conno...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Any chance of getting cassandra releases published to repo1.maven.org?
Date Mon, 13 Dec 2010 05:19:11 GMT
Are official releases made from svn or from git?

And how exactly do you run your release process? E.g. do you cut the tag and
run from the tag, or do you run the build from trunk and then make the tag?
I'm hoping the first as it will make generating the pom easier (as the pom
is supposed to have the scm section for the build origin, but I can always
just use a peg revision on trunk if you cut builds direct from trunk and tag
after the fact)

- Stephen

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On 13 Dec 2010 03:38, "Eric Evans" <eevans@rackspace.com> 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 (repo1.maven.org) but I see that they are not there
>> (http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/apache/cassandra -> 404 not found)
>>
>> So I had a quick search of the mailing lists and this was what I found:
>>
http://markmail.org/message/7e73pborosogjlo5?q=list:org%2Eapache%2Eincubator%2Ecassandra-dev+maven
>>
>> 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.
>
> http://mvn.riptano.com/content/repositories/riptano
>
> 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
> eevans@rackspace.com
>

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