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From Rainer Döbele <>
Subject re: again Maven
Date Sun, 15 Feb 2009 21:36:01 GMT
Hi Francis,

What? You're working on other projects? Shame on you! :-)

Since the sources of hsqldb don't seem to be avaiable anywhere I will probably to

We should go ahead merging the branches now, then I can to my modifications on the trunk again.

Although I am not sure whether we have to, I will do it the Apache way and call for a vote.


Francis De Brabandere wrote:
> Re: again Maven
> On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 10:00 PM, Rainer Döbele <> wrote:
> > Hi Francis,
> >
> > first of all I am astonished that you always reply within minutes.
> > I hope that sitting in front of your computer answering my (stupid) questions is
not your only activity in > life.
> > If so, let me tell you that there is more to life than computers and that you should
sometimes really go out > and have a beer or two :-)
> hehe, I've had my part of beer drinking this weekend :-) don't worry
> it's just that I'm working on an other project of mine and I happen to
> be at my desk right now...
> >
> > Back to business.
> > 1. The MANIFEST.MF does not seem to get recreated, so forget about it for now.
> > 2. IMO the config.xml should always be in the file system. It makes no sense to
hide it inside a jar. I > think even logically it belongs exactly where the readme.txt
and the tutorial.pdf belong. And there is no doubt > that we must be able to debug the
app without fiddling around with program arguments. And besides that I > always plead for
"comfort over convention".
> well I understand your view on the subject. I'll put it in the module
> root when we move to maven layout
> > 3. Thanks for the mvnrepository link. I tried so hard but could not find it on the
Maven site > ( Strange isn't it?
> >
> there are other sites to find artifacts but that one is best, it tends
> to go down from time to time though
> > One more question for you though.
> > I want to debug the HSQLDB JDBC driver code.
> > So in Eclipse I opened the "Maven dependencies" node, right-clicked on hsqldb-
and picked Maven-> >Download sources.
> > Unfortunately nothing happened (not even an error message).
> > How can I obtain the sources for HSQLDB-
> not all artifacts have sources/javadoc available in the central repo,
> you can just download them from the site of the project and attach
> them to the lib as you do normally in eclipse
> or you can browse the repo and look for a version that has sources
> like this one:
> >
> > Regards,
> > Rainer
> >

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