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From Ralph Goers <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: Maven2 Build Status
Date Tue, 21 Mar 2006 05:34:02 GMT
I hate to even ask this, but what is the chance of getting a deployment 
for JBoss?

Ralph

David Sean Taylor wrote:
> watler@wispertel.net wrote:
>> I have added some new capabilities to the Maven2 build. Here is an 
>> outline
>> of the current commands:
>>
>> mvn clean
>> mvn -P [test][,min]
>> mvn -P tomcat,[test],[,min][,nodb]
>> mvn -P tomcat,hot,[test],[min]
>>
>> where:
>>
>> clean = clean build
>> test = build with component tests
>> min = minimum pages/portlet apps build
>> nodb = skip production db update
>> hot = hot deploy components, applications, or portal content
>>
>> It is starting to get there... at last!
>>
>> Randy
>>
> Excellent! Looks very straight forward and easy to understand.
> I like that there is a specific deployment profile for Tomcat.
> The Maven-1 build was Tomcat-centric.
> We can later write profiles for Geronimo, Jetty...very cool.
>
> IMO, we need to support the 'genapp' use case, because that is what we 
> all use with Maven-1 to configure and maintain a customized portal.
>
> Could you briefly explain how Maven-2 can be applied to solve the 
> genapp use case?
> Also, if users want to use Ant to genapp, would that be possible?
>
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