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From James Mitchell <>
Subject Re: Struts and Maven
Date Mon, 31 Mar 2003 15:31:04 GMT
If you search the archives, Craig has already commented on this.  We
haven't moved to this tool, IIRC, for the same reason some people have
not adopted Struts 1.1......because it is still considered beta.

On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 10:04, Joe Germuska wrote:
> Has anyone else looked at developing a Maven project.xml for Struts? 
> I think it would be pretty handy, considering the number of 
> dependencies Struts has.
> Mostly as an excuse for getting more familiar with the project.xml 
> schema, I put together a partially-functioning POM for Struts this 
> weekend.  If people are interested, I could post it to Bugzilla. 
> It's definitely a work in progress, but if there's interest but no 
> one else has even started the work, I might as well throw it in.
> One shortcoming I can't deal with is that the "commons-logging" 
> version at the default repository predates the 
> "release(ClassLoader)" method and I don't really know how someone 
> gets those JARs changed.
> Also, Struts has several advanced build targets beyond the main 
> library JAR -- I am not really even sure how you are meant to deal 
> with things like building the example webapps in Maven.
> Joe
> PS For those who have no idea what I'm talking about:
> -- 
> --
> Joe Germuska
> "If nature worked that way, the universe would crash all the time."
> 	--Jaron Lanier
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