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From Antonio Bemfica <anto...@bemfi.ca>
Subject RE: Adding artifacts to local repository - how?
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2004 15:32:40 GMT
On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 11:09, Maczka Michal wrote:
 
> Why cannot you do this manually?
> 
> You just create a folder
> 
> ${repo.local}/${your_group_id}/jars
> 
> and put all your jars there
> 
> Michal

Yes, I suppose this would work. However, I found the following info in
the docs for the artifact:plugin (http://maven.apache.org/reference/\
plugins/artifact/tags.html#artifact%3Ainstall):

        > Why should I use artifact:install when it is so easy to copy a
        > file inside my plugin? 
        
        > There are few good reason for that: 
        
        > Although simple now, it will not necessarily remain that way
        > in the future. e.g. When Maven runs in client-server mode
        > information about repository content can be cached and some
        > files from the repository can be cached in memory (e.g. POMS).
        > Using a centralized "proxy" which copies files to the
        > repository can play important role in this process.

A.

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