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From Alistair Wilson <>
Subject Re: Build process question
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2011 17:16:39 GMT
Thanks for the info.

I've read the release process document which is very similar to our 
process up to a point but does not cover a case where additional 
archives are generated and built.  For example, in addition to building 
the bridge sample war files during the maven deploy lifecycle and 
deploying them to a repository, the samples are also gathered together 
in zips/tars to be downloaded from the myfaces bridge site.  These 
additional files do not belong in a maven repository so, answering my 
own question, I suggest we'll be okay putting these additional files in 
a private directory for review as before.

On 23/12/2010 20:45, Mark Struberg wrote:
> Hi Alistair!
> Donald did a really great writeup for Apache BVAL. I used the same process already with
OpenWebBeans with great success. And Lu, Gerhard and Jakob also already released MyFaces artifacts
according to this guideline.
> LieGrue,
> strub
> --- On Thu, 12/23/10, Alistair Wilson<>  wrote:
>> From: Alistair Wilson<>
>> Subject: Build process question
>> To:
>> Date: Thursday, December 23, 2010, 8:34 PM
>> Hi,
>> I'd like to confirm a step in our release process using the
>> Nexus repository.
>> We're getting the portlet bridge ready for release. 
>> The release consist of the maven artifacts which are
>> deployed to a staging repository (straightforward and
>> documented by other projects), and archives for the source,
>> examples and distribution which are built outside "maven
>> release:perform" and will eventually be downloaded from the
>> site.  In previous releases these zip/tars were copied
>> to for review and then manually copied to
>> the appropriate location to be downloadable.  I'd just
>> like to check this is still the case in the world of Nexus.
>> Thanks,
>> Alistair

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