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From Ted Husted <>
Subject Re: Maven remote repositories and SNAPSHOT (was New Validator 1.2.0-dev dependency)
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2005 17:49:23 GMT
It says Shale is up to date at 265744, but the URL message is not there for me. 

Since Spring is under the Apache License, can't we just park this JAR
with our own? We don't like to binaries in the repository, for
technical reasons, but I don't think there would be a legal problem
with tucking an Apache Licensed JAR in our snapshot repository.

Has anyone asked Spring to make their JARs available in an Maven repository?


On 9/1/05, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
> From: "Ted Husted" <>
> > Here goes:
> > Attempting to download spring-webflow-PR4.jar.
> > WARNING: Failed to download spring-webflow-PR4.jar.
> This .jar file isn't available in a public repository, so you have to go
> find it and put it in your local repository.
> Unzip that and copy 'spring-webflow-PR4.jar' into
> ${maven.repo.local}/repository/springframework/ .  ( ${maven.repo.local} is
> usually ~/.maven/ .)
> Once you get 'core-library' to build, the others should work.
> Also... when was the last time you did 'svn up' on /struts/current/shale/ ?
> I added URLs to the dependencies last night, so it should have printed out a
> message like "Try downloading from ... " when it couldn't find the webflow
> .jar file.
> I updated the instructions on my site, and will change the BuildingShale
> Wiki page later.
> HTH,
> --
> Wendy

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