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From Roberto Lo Giacco <>
Subject Re: JMeter Maven Plugin
Date Tue, 01 Sep 2009 19:04:57 GMT
Well you set me down with those links because what I had done was
patching the code which ORIGINATED the google hosted one.... !!!! I
googled a little bit and what I've found (ok, not a so deep search I
must admit) was the page... and I
thought: I think a lot of people would like to run jmeter from maven
(like me), let's see what I can do to help...

Ok, I'll give an eye on both and see if they meet my needs (I'm sure they'll do)

May I suggest to update that wiki page? I think both those plugins
should be enlisted there in place of the "compile it by yourself using
this strange repo for depencies resolution" instructions.

Thank you very much Erik, my work has gone to the trash but now I have
two great tools to run my jmeter tests :)

   Roberto Lo Giacco

On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 11:37, Erik Drolshammer<> wrote:
> Roberto Lo Giacco wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've made some improvements to the JMeter Maven Plugin and I wish:
>> 1. contribute those improvements to the source base
> Sounds great :)
>> 2. propose to publish the plugin and related libraries on the official
>> ibiblio repository to avoid manual install of the plugin and dependencies
> Sounds great :)
>> 3. propose to move (upon approval by the Maven Team) the JMeter Maven
>> Plugin under the org.apache.maven.plugins groupID so it will be easier to
>> launch
> I suggest Mojo at Codehaus, since it is a lot easier.
>> For what I could be able to find out, actually the JMeter Maven Plugin
>> doesn't have a source repository at all, am I right?
> I know of two separate attempts to create a JMeter Maven Plugin.
> 1.
> 2.
> I have sent some patches to 2. and have had some contact with Ronnie Alleva,
> but there is little activity.
> I am a mojo developer, so I might be able to help if you choose to a) create
> a new plugin there or b) consider working on the chronos plugin.
> If the chronos plugin is suitable, I think that is a good approach, but I
> don't know if it does what you/we want.
> --
> Best regards
> Erik Drolshammer
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