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From Roger Brechb├╝hl <rotscher...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: continuous releasing: versions:set and/or release:update-version to release an aggregator project
Date Wed, 31 Jul 2013 06:18:28 GMT
don't know exactly how your project setup is, but maybe this approach could
help:
https://github.com/rotscher/emerging/tree/version.override-with_maven_install-2.4

We use it for an automated continuous delivery process. Please note, that
there is a release 0.2.0 available despite what the documentation says.


2013/7/31 Ron Wheeler <rwheeler@artifact-software.com>

> On 30/07/2013 4:46 PM, Nestor Urquiza wrote:
>
>> Ron,
>>
>> Thanks for your feedback.
>>
>> I have been using Maven the same way like you since 2007. However things
>> have changed in our current shop. We want continuous releasing and for
>> that
>> we desperately need to automate versioning.
>>
> Can you explain how this affects version numbers.
>
>  We do not need to maintain it
>> manually anymore, any commit is a potential release for us.
>>
> I am not sure what this means.
> It is true for some cases depending on what you mean by a commit.
> We "commit" a lot of projects to Subversion that are just a set of
> classes/packages that one programmer has finished but the project may
> require some more work to complete the changes that need to be done to
> satisfy all of thegoals of the release.
>
>
>
>> Anybody else? I am trying really hard to stick to Maven as I have been
>> doing
>> for so many years since I departed from ant. This two plugins could
>> resolve
>> the continuous delivery support while still keeping maven as the tool for
>> organizing the project.
>>
> Perhaps you can add more details about what you are looking for and what
> alternative solutions would get you back on the road again.
> Perhaps you can explain how Maven could identify all the projects that
> need changing if the company is developing or supporting multiple
> applications.
> At any time we have 4 or 5 applications that are "active" in one sense or
> another and I am sure that big organizations might have 50+ applications
> under active support or development.
> Identifying which ones you want to have the same version will require a
> list somewhere.
>
> I hope that these comments help.
>
> Ron
>
>
>
>> Thanks!
>> - Nestor
>>
>>
>>
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