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Subject Re: Maven Jarsigner plugin vs Apache Maven Shared Jarsigner
Date Mon, 06 Jan 2014 21:07:55 GMT
Ok, forget about the first question. I get know what is meant by "shared". 
i usually call this "common" so i missed it.
But still, the second question remains: how to just clear all signatures 
from a jar. The removeExistingSignatures parameter states that "the 
resulting JAR will appear as being signed only once. " whereas i just want 
to remove any existing signature

Alejandro Endo | Software Designer/Concepteur de logiciels

From:   Alejandro Endo/MontrealMIR/BeldenCDT
Date:   2014-01-06 03:58 PM
Subject:        Maven Jarsigner plugin vs Apache Maven Shared Jarsigner

Can someone explain what is the difference between these two plugins. 
Based on the description, they do the same

This plugin signs and verifies the project artifacts using the jarsigner
tool. See the plugin's site for more details:
This component provides some utilities to sign/verify jars/files in your 

What I am actually looking for is a way in maven to UNsign jars. In the 
"release notes" of maven shared jarsigner i see a fixed bug [MSHARED-314] 
- Unsigning a jar is not correct
This gives me hope that there is already a way to unsign jars but i can't 
find how to do it

Thank you,
Alejandro Endo | Software Designer/Concepteur de logiciels

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