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From Paolo Castagna <>
Subject Re: We should start publishing SNAPSHOTs to the Apache Maven repository
Date Mon, 12 Sep 2011 10:11:53 GMT
Hi Ian

Ian Dickinson wrote:
> Paolo wrote:
>> However, it might be handy to publish Javadocs, etc.
> There is already a mechanism in the Apache CMS for adding Javadocs. It
> just needs the build process, or some scripted process, to generate a
> .jar of the JavaDocs, and that to be committed to the staging site svn.
> A CMS script then unpacks the jar when staging is published, and
> positions the unpacked documentation on the external site. This saves
> having a bazillion separate Javadoc files in the SVN, but keeps us
> having a single documentation process.
> That's not to say that some aspects of mvn site might be useful, if we
> wanted to, say, publish test coverage results. But that's a step beyond
> what we do at the moment.

Yes, this is what I was thinking in addition to the Javadocs:

 - coverage results
 - firebugs reports
 - release notes and/or changelog
 - ...

However, it is still not clear to me if it is possible to point Maven
to a subdirectory and use a mixed approach where Apache CMS is used for
all the website + javadocs and Maven is used for automatically generated
reports about the project.

However, now that we have Jenkins this is less of a need since it is
sufficiently easy to publish some of those reports there, for example:

Thanks Ian.


> Ian

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