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From Andrew Williams <>
Subject Re: assembly with docs and scripts
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2007 10:12:16 GMT
If you are providing your own scripts and just want them packaged up  
then the assemblyplugin is your friend.
You might need to write a descriptor to tell it about scripts and  
docs and where their final location should be, but it gives you the  
freedom to decide where they go in the source tree too.


On 29 Mar 2007, at 16:33, Ben Tatham wrote:

> Does anyone know of a plugin (or standard directory layout) for  
> user docs/manuals and startup scripts, etc.  Basically, we want to  
> be able to take our final release artifacts (uberjar) and zip it  
> with the pdf manuals, scripts to start things up, etc.   If there  
> isn't one, I will likely write my own...which then begs the  
> question is where do docs live?  in /src/doc, /doc, somewhere  
> else ?  What about scripts for that get released?  I know that /src/ 
> scripts get used a lot for "build" scripts (like ant build.xml,  
> etc).  Do released scripts/bat files go there too?
> Cheers,
> Ben
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