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From "David Sean Taylor (JIRA)" <jetspeed-...@portals.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (JS2-304) Build Process Clean Up
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2005 16:05:12 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JS2-304?page=comments#action_12315146 ] 

David Sean Taylor commented on JS2-304:
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> - Centralize deploy and install to the maven-plugin.
> - Clean up the docs directory. Which one should we keep?

Seems like there are 3 docs directories:

1. site
2. design-docs
3. docs

What if we moved everything under docs like this:

docs
     site
      design-docs

Also, I  believe Raphael  is proposing moving the documentation to Forest.....

> Other points?

To automate integration points, we need to move the db script  generation/population into
the plugin .
Are you planning on moving all the database scripts into the plugin?




> Build Process Clean Up
> ----------------------
>
>          Key: JS2-304
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JS2-304
>      Project: Jetspeed 2
>         Type: Improvement
>   Components: Project Build
>     Versions: 2.0-M4
>     Reporter: David Le Strat
>     Assignee: David Le Strat
>      Fix For: 2.0-M4

>
> Jetspeed2 current build process is a bit confusing. Through the various evolutions of
J2 build process, many targets have been accumulated that make it difficult to easily understand
the build process flow.
> h2. Cleaning up the build process
> Using J2 in its current form requires an in-depth understanding of how J2 build internals
operate.
> As an example, an integrator wanting to get starting with J2 will want to start with
the portal web application and customize it from there.  It should be made easy for integrators
to get started with the web application without requiring an in-depth understanding of the
various sequences in the build process.
> A typical implementation will want to create a project as described below:
> \sample-portal
> +---\etc                 Contains the build dependencies definition.
> +---\portal-webapp       Contains the portal web application being built.
> +---\src                 Contains the portal initialization source (db scripts, etc).
> Building the portal in this structure should be possible by leveraging the deployed Jetspeed
dependencies:
> * Components: All libraries (jars) required for the runtime operation of the portal engine.
> * Portlets: All web libraries (wars) required for the runtime operation of the portal
engine.
> Integrator using Jetspeed2 should be able to do so easily and to easily get (through
dependencies) the
> latest versions of the release Jetspeed components (libraries as well as portlets).
> The current maven-plugin and portal build implementation rely on the source build (target
directories) rather than the dependencies for the assembly of the portal engine, making it
more difficult to get quickly started and to keep up with enhanced components.
> h2. Proposed changes
> The proposed changes below clean up the build process and slightly reorganize some elements
to more easily achieve the goals outlined above.
> The first changes restructure the portal directory as follow.
> # Remove all non web related dependencies from portal:
> ## Move the portal java source and java tests to components/portal.  This becomes a component
that will
> be released as jetspeed-(version).jar
> ## Rename the web application to portal-webapp and the artifact id to jetspeed-portal
(to remove conflict
> with the jetspeed component artifact).
> ## Move the test directory under portal-webapp to components/portal/test as it support
the portal
> components tests.
> ## Add org.apache.jetspeed.PortalTestConstants to centralize initialization of JETSPEED_PROPERTIES_PATH
> and PORTAL_WEBAPP_PATH.
> Clean up the portal-webapp (previously portal) build and maven-plugin.
> # Clean portal/maven.xml:
> ## Remove commented calls to targets.
> # The deploy and undeploy calls in the portal-webapp (previously portal) build process
should be using the
> maven-plugin to do so.  Multiple deploy, undeploy, register, unregister behaviors create
confusion. 
> Therefore, I propose to perform the following cleanup in the portal-webapp (previously
portal):
> ## Remove pam.template.deploy.  This is not used.
> ## Remove pam.unregister.  Depends on
> pam.template.register which is not being used.
> ## Remove pam.template.register. This is not used.
> ## Remove pam.template.undeploy. There is a
> jetspeed2:undeploy target in the jetspeed plugin.
> ## Rename pam.register to pam.layoutdeploy.  This really deploys the layout portlet and
should be consistent with the other deploy targets.
> ## Rename pam.deploy to pam.demodeploy.  This deploys the demo application.
> ## Rename pam.undeploy to pam.demoundeploy.  This undeploys the demo applications.
> ## Rename pam.rss to pam.rssdeploy for consistency purpose.
> ## Modify the pam.(portlet)undeploy targets to use the jetspeed maven plugin jetspeed2:undeploy
target.
> ## Remove deployJar and deployClasses.  portal-webapp now uses dependencies for the portal
component
> library.
> ## Remove jar:jar target.
> ## Clean plugin.jelly: jetspeed2:register and jetspeed2:unregister.  Not used.
> Have portal-webapp depend on the built Portlet dependencies rather that the build target
directories.
> # Modify the maven.xml pam.(portlet)deploy target and the maven-plugin to use the archived
portlet war
> deployed to the repository (maven install).

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