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From "Paulo Silveira" <pa...@paulo.com.br>
Subject Listing remote repositories´artifacts
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2003 16:03:42 GMT
Hello

Somtimes I have to go to ibiblio/maven to check out if an artifact
already exists over there.
Is there any maven blah:blah that lists all artifacts in my remote
repositories? 

Thanks

------------------------
Paulo Silveira
http://www.paulo.com.br/
http://www.guj.com.br/
 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Walding [mailto:default0001@walding.com] 
> Sent: sexta-feira, 11 de abril de 2003 04:58
> To: Maven Users List
> Subject: Re: CVS checkouts in Maven
> 
> 
> Do not confuse what maven does with what Maven products do.
> 
> Or to be more explicit,  maven is just a build tool (a highly 
> sophisticated build tool that also produces deliverables and 
> encourages 
> "best practices").  What will ultimately be created is a continuous 
> integration tool that is maven aware.  This tool would not be part of 
> maven, but it would be part of Maven group of products. 
> 
> eg. overlord is not part of maven, but it is to be part of the Maven 
> group of products.
> 
> 
> Theory A: That being said, maybe if on build failure, a build:failure 
> goal was run, then we could hook goals off that. And orthogonally a 
> build:success was run.
> 
> Theory B:
> After thinking about theory A, we need to think about the fact that 
> there is a build:start hidden away but disabled.  Orthogonally, there 
> should be build:end, one could hook onto that and determine the build 
> status and do things at that point.
> 
> 
> 
> I ultimately see an orchestra of Maven products working in harmony to 
> produce a symphony of software.
> 
> Shoot me now.
> 
> 
> Lester Ward wrote:
> 
> >>there is nothing inherent in Maven for
> >>sending messages upon a failed build. That's not Maven's concern.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >You could argue that it should be, depending on your 
> interpretation of 
> >the stated goal of "making the build process easy". I think 
> that what 
> >some (maybe many) people want to do with Maven is automate a 
> periodic 
> >(probably
> >daily) build process. That is certainly what I am doing and, 
> I suspect, what
> >the original poster was getting at as well.
> >
> >An automated build system needs both of the things the 
> original poster
> >mentioned: CVS checkouts and e-mail notification, something 
> that Maven 
> >does not consider part of its standard build process.
> >
> >Naturally, both of these actions can be scripted into a 
> build process, 
> >so I can also see the argument that Maven .shouldn't. have these 
> >features built-in. Still, one of the main concepts behind 
> Maven that I 
> >remember hearing is that Maven tries to take what you would 
> normally do 
> >in 20 lines of code and do it in zero. It seems to me like, 
> since most 
> >of the information you need is already in the project.xml 
> file, adding 
> >auto CVS checkout for your own project and e-mail notification on 
> >failure (driven by properties that default to off) would not 
> be a huge 
> >deal to put into Maven.
> >
> >Having these features built into Maven would basically eliminate the 
> >need for the maven.xml files in nearly all of my Mavenized 
> projects, as 
> >generally the only thing I use maven.xml for is to do a CVS update 
> >before compilation.
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