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From Steven Rowe <sar...@syr.edu>
Subject Re: Maven builds
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:03:24 GMT
karl wettin wrote:
> 
> 15 feb 2007 kl. 20.27 skrev Erik Hatcher:
>> On Feb 15, 2007, at 12:10 PM, karl wettin wrote:
>>> I would not mind introducing Maven builds in Lucene. It would solve
>>> /at least/ this problem. And it would merge so great with my other
>>> projects. :) I'd be happy to help out , but there are some wicked
>>> anting going on in a lot of build.xml:s so I would probably need a
>>> lot of help from the contributors understanding whats going on.
>>>
>>> Most of the build scripts could be halfway housed using
>>> maven-antrun-plugin.
>>
>> I'm open to Maven builds, for the record.  I'll do what I can to help
>> with understanding any of the wicked anting in there, but I don't know
>> Maven so the best I'll be able to do is explain what is going on.  
>> The main complexity we have is the contrib area, oh and JavaCC... the
>> rest is straightforward stuff.
> 
> I'll see what I can do this weekend.

"Maven" refers to two very different products.  Which version to use
ought to be a serious consideration.

Karl, do you mean to use Maven 1.X or Maven2?  Maven 1.X (which I use)
seems not to be all that well maintained (e.g., Maven 1.1 has been in
beta for 20 months now), and Maven2 is fairly new (first released 16
months ago), so probably has a smaller user base.  The Maven site docs
encourage new adopters to take the Maven2 route.

Steve


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