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From Nick Stolwijk <>
Subject Re: Article on Maven Usage
Date Thu, 01 Nov 2007 00:22:21 GMT
I can't provide a list, but if you checkout a maven2 project and use the 
stat-scm plugin (mvn stat-scm:stats 
<>) on it, you can find 
the LOC for that project.


Nick Stolwijk

Srilakshmanan, Lakshman wrote:
> Hi All,
> I saw the following at
> " If you are writing an article on Maven we suggest contacting the
> developers on the mailing list as we would be happy to provide feedback
> to help ensure accuracy in your article. Just ping us on the dev mailing
> list <mail-lists.html>  to get in touch. "
> I am hoping you would be able to help me, but if this is not the correct
> forum please direct me to the appropriate one.
> I have been an avid Maven user since 2004. I have greatly enjoyed and
> appreciated it.
> I am preparing an article for my company and I have been asked to
> provide evidence of 'large, i.e. 100 person' projects using Maven. 
> I personally don't agree with their request because, Maven promotes
> component based development and therefore you cannot have  100 people
> working on a single component. In my opinion the days of Large
> Monolithic projects are dead and gone.
> But, Unfortunately I am not **yet :) ** the decision maker, therefore I
> have to comply with their request.
> Would it be possible to provide a list of, even apache foundation,
> projects with size in LOC using maven. I would try and use the size of
> the project based on LOC rather that people.
> Any assistance in this regard is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks
> Lakshman
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