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From janneefef <>
Subject Easiest way to build in connectionless environment?
Date Fri, 16 Oct 2009 09:34:38 GMT

We're using maven day to day in normal developer environment. People do their
builds on the local computer and dependencies get automatically fetched to
the local repositories.

Now occasionally there's need to build project X on some computer Y which
has no internet connection. How can this be done most easily? Preferrably so
that there's no need to install any additional software such as repository
managers on target computer Y.

Ideally there would be a simple zip packet with instructions 1-2-3... to
build the software.

One idea is to zip someone's local repository and explode it on target
computer Y before maven buidling there. But this gets a bit messy if local
repository contains a lot of dependencies that are not used in project X.

Is there any integrated support build into maven itself for this kind of use
case? Or maybe some plugins that would help?
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