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From Anders Hammar <and...@hammar.net>
Subject Re: The archetype/archetype-catalog mess
Date Thu, 18 Apr 2013 18:26:34 GMT
> I can help with MMOCKRM-10 and its integration for the ITs, I've done it
> several times.
>

That would be awesome. It's actually what has made me postpone this for a
while.

/Anders


>
> Robert
>
> Op Thu, 18 Apr 2013 18:41:36 +0200 schreef Manfred Moser <
> manfred@simpligility.com>:
>
>
>  You would be earning a lot of brownie points I am sure! There are a bunch
>> of open questions around this and the perception that the archetype system
>> is pretty much dead on stackoverflow and other places. This could fix a
>> lot of those concerns..
>>
>> manfred
>>
>>  Currently, maven-archetype-plugin ignores the configured Maven
>>> infrastructure when fetching the archetype-catalog. That is, it is
>>> hard-coded to get the catalog from central. This causes problems in
>>> environments where Internet access is restricted and a MRM is used. Also,
>>> in cases where Internet is accessible I think the current behavior where
>>> configured repositories/mirrors are ignored is strange. I would expect my
>>> Maven configuration to be honored and the catalog to downloaded from my
>>> configured remote repos (incl. mirrors).
>>>
>>> Do anyone object if I do some drastic changes to this logic in the
>>> plugin?
>>> I'm thinking that the plugin should follow the Maven configuration and
>>> not
>>> have anything hard-coded in itself wrt where to get the archetype
>>> catalog(s) from.
>>> Related tickets are ARCHETYPE-427 and ARCHETYPE-358 primarily, but it
>>> touches on other ones as well.
>>>
>>> /Anders
>>>
>>>
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