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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Publish Yoko M1 release
Date Wed, 09 Aug 2006 00:08:28 GMT
Daniel Kulp wrote:
> On Tuesday August 08 2006 3:43 pm, Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
>>> Maven uses the dependency set to generate the jar... Take a look at the
>>> bottom of the pom.xml in the distribution module.
>> It needs to be versioned like the rest of the jars.  
> Why?    Having it UNVERSIONED in the distribution makes it MUCH better for 
> writing the wsdltojava shell/bat files and such.    Note: when you run "maven 
> deploy" it WILL get versioned before sticking it in the repository.   It's 
> just in the binary distribution where it appears that way.  (and projects 
> that don't use maven don't normally have versioned jars, thus it should be OK 
> to be in the distribution that way)     The main thing is if the version is 
> in there, then the wsdltoidl scripts and such (that don't exist yet) would 
> have to be updated with every version number change which can be a pain.  
> (although maven could be configured to filter them) 
>> It also needs the 
>> Notices etc.  As a mater of fact, all our jars need them.  I notice that
>> they do not.
> That's a separate issue.    However, in this case, there isn't any Apache IP 
> in the jar.  I'm not sure if the notice is really needed.    It doesn't hurt 
> to add it though.

Yep, a separate issue.  However, the fact that this is a Jar from an 
incubating ASF project it and the other jars *must* have the notices and 
it must be clearly named.  This is an incubator requirement.


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