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From Ben Walding <>
Subject Re: How to do production builds with Maven?
Date Sat, 16 Oct 2004 00:18:35 GMT
Jason van Zyl wrote:

>On Fri, 2004-10-15 at 16:31, Helck, Christopher wrote:
>>How can I do this? I've thought about mirroring on
>>an internal machine and having developers and certification teams use it
>>instead, but this seems like a lot of work. Any ideas?
>If the certification team is allow to connect within your intranet then
>you can setup your own remote repository for them to use.
>On your machine say you could build with a remote repo of ibiblio and
>your dependencies will be downloaded in your local repository. You could
>then turn around and use your local repository as the certification
>teams remote repository. You can setup your own webserver and if you
>have an existing servlet container running you can use Ben's
A small correction - maven-proxy runs standalone inside it's own 
packaged Jetty instance.  There will soon be a .war released that can 
live inside your existing container.

This use case of a "certified repository" seems to be quite common, so 
I'm interested in ways we can make maven-proxy make this use case more 
practical - eg. with an approval page that lets new artifacts into the 



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