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From burkhard kuehlert <Burkhard.Kuehl...@wincor-nixdorf.com>
Subject Re: Upload arbitrary directories to maven repositories
Date Thu, 24 Jan 2013 12:03:05 GMT
>>if your components are packaged as jar files
hm, jars are java archives so I feel better if components containing
sql-files and shell-scripts are compressed in rar files

>> ..to a source control system..
SCS and ant are used to create the deliveries shown in the picture, and
these deliveries are plugged together in a projectbuild. But this
projectbuild may take place anywhere in the world in any intranet. So svn or
git is no option for that. And we do not know what the end result will be,
eg application.xml may contain 20 or 80 ejb-jars

>>What is it about the file server that prompts you to want to change? 
the enduser can get a compressed fileserver structure or a compressed maven
repository. Both will work, only the access is different:

.m2\repository\com\org\BusinessComponent\xy0032_8a\BusinessComponent-xy0032_8a-assembly.rar
.m2\repository\com\org\UIComponent\xy0024_9a\UIComponent-xy0024_9a-assembly.rar

If someone says maven is not thought to be used in that way, he may be
right.
ant recommends not to use if-statements, but who cares, so why not

Burkhard



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