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From "Michael Rimov" <rim...@centercomp.com>
Subject Maven Jetty Integration
Date Thu, 11 May 2006 13:14:01 GMT
Hi All!


Since it didn't look like the maven 1 plugin was supporting Jetty, I tried
adding to the integration plugin.jelly:


<j:if test="${context.getVariable('cactus.home.jetty5x') != null}">

     <ant:mkdir dir="${cactus.reports.dir}/jetty5x"/>





<jetty5x if="cactus.home.jetty5x" port="${cactus.port}"





         <j:if test="${context.getVariable('cactus.tmp.dir') != null}">

           <ant:setProperty name="tmpdir" value="${cactus.tmp.dir}"/>


         <j:if test="${context.getVariable('cactus.jetty5x.config') !=

           <ant:setProperty name="serverxml"


         <j:if test="${context.getVariable('cactus.jetty5x.tmpdir') !=

           <ant:setProperty name="tmpdir" value="${cactus.jetty5x.tmpdir}"/>


         <j:if test="${context.getVariable('cactus.jetty5x.conf.dir') !=

           <conf dir="${cactus.jetty5x.conf.dir}"






It still seemed to ignore the <jetty/> tag.  So I'm assuming that Cargo .5
didn't support Jetty 5?


So just to see if a hack would work, I tried dropping the latest cargo
uberjar and ant tasks in the same directory as the plugins.  No dice.  


So - I then, feeling rather determined to get this working went to check out
the latest source and see if I could get it going.


According to
http://jakarta.apache.org/cactus/integration/maven/cvs-usage.html  I tried
their instructions of pressing enter when asked for a password for the CVS
home and anoncvs user.  I get access denied.


Would it take extensive rewriting to get the cargo upgraded to the latest
work and then would it be hard to include Jetty integration like I had used
with the plugin.jelly?  And finally, how can I get the CVS code? ;)


Thanks in advance!



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