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From Colin Chalmers <>
Subject Re: Maven 2.0 question
Date Sun, 10 Oct 2004 10:02:50 GMT
Jelly, Marmalade hhmm what's next Jam I guess :-))

Any info on Mamalade? I can't seem to find any, with google.


Jason van Zyl wrote:

>On Thu, 2004-10-07 at 14:47, STRAYER, JON (SBCSI) wrote:
>>Is Jelly still the scripting language for Maven 2.0?
>The short answer is no. 
>The long answer is that there will be several options for scripting
>plugins: the XML scripting option is something called Marmalade which is
>something like Jelly except it actually works and doesn't result in the
>operator pulling out his own teeth trying to get it work. Jelly is a
>guaragantuan piece of crap and I made the dire mistake of incorporating
>it into Maven which I will always regret. Marmalade is written by John
>Casey who has been long involved in Maven, he's heavily involved in
>Maven 2.x and is committed to the long-term maintenance of Marmalade.
>He's got all the core Jelly tag libs working as well.
>Some other options are Beanshell, Janino and possibly JRuby. Don't even
>ask about Groovy because I wouldn't touch it with a 10' pole.

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