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Subject svn commit: r1229530 - /tomcat/maven-plugin/trunk/README.txt
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2012 13:26:49 GMT
Author: olamy
Date: Tue Jan 10 13:26:49 2012
New Revision: 1229530

fix README regarding SNAPSHOT deployment and section on site deploy


Modified: tomcat/maven-plugin/trunk/README.txt
--- tomcat/maven-plugin/trunk/README.txt (original)
+++ tomcat/maven-plugin/trunk/README.txt Tue Jan 10 13:26:49 2012
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ to build this project you must Apache Ma
 mvn clean install will install the mojos without running integration tests.
 As there are some hardcoded integration tests with http port 1973, ajp 2001 and 2008, you
could have some port allocation issues (if you don't know why those values ask olamy :-) )
 mvn clean install -Prun-its will run integration tests too: to override the default used
htpp port you can use -Dits.http.port= -Dits.ajp.port=
-To deploy a snaphot version to (which
is proxying by you must run
: mvn clean deploy .
+To deploy a snaphot version to,
you must run : mvn clean deploy .
 Note you need some configuration in ~/.m2/settings.xml:
@@ -14,6 +14,13 @@ Note you need some configuration in ~/.m
+NOTE: a Jenkins job deploy SNAPSHOT automatically
+So no real to deploy manually, just commit and Jenkins will do the job for you.
 If you have a nice ssh key in ~/.ssh/ no need of configuring password, privateKey, passphrase.
 Checkstyle: this project use the Apache Maven checkstyle configuration for ide codestyle
files see .
+Site: to test site generation, just run: mvn site. If you want more reporting (javadoc, pmd,
checkstyle, jxr, changelog from jira entries), use: mvn site -Preporting.
+To deploy site, use: mvn clean site-deploy -Preporting. The site will be deploy to${project.version}

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