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From Alex-Vol <>
Subject [GitHub] thrift pull request #1468: Thrift 4259: Thrift does not compile due to Ant M...
Date Mon, 15 Jan 2018 02:24:23 GMT
Github user Alex-Vol commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: lib/java/ ---
    @@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
    +# This file is shared currently between this Gradle build and the
    +# Ant builds for fd303 and JavaScript. Keep the dotted notation for
    +# the properties to minimize the changes in the dependencies.
    --- End diff --
    In that case all we need to provide is the version parameters from Autoconf's own version
variables into the execution of all the Java generating tasks. They use this file as their
default version to bootstrap for development. This can stay forever at 1.0.0 to facilitate
building without make executions. I already wired this project to obey the parsed version
for the CMake builds. I can do the same for the Autoconf builds. I do need to find out how
the version is expressed in Autoconf makefiles. I saw a PARSED_VERSION variable somewhere,
perhaps that is it?
    The "make dist" process would then generate all artifacts including the ones for Maven
publication and add them to the tar ball. The Maven publication process is intended to be
driven by Ant (currently broken) or Gradle and it should correctly post the artifacts as signed
artifacts to the Apache Maven staging repository. I believe this could possibly be an automatic
process generating "nightlies" for Java and other languages that have a distribution repository
available. Nexus has a release promotion process that could then be invoked on any particular
"nightly" build that is blessed for release. That would finalize the process that makes the
artifacts available at the distribution repositories such as Maven Central.


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