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From Andrew Miehs <>
Subject Re: [OT] Release Management and Deployment
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2007 15:46:39 GMT
On 16/11/2007, at 4:09 PM, Martin Gainty wrote:
> 2 options-Tried and true Ant which is rock solid reliable, easily  
> configurable and a user-friendly user-list where a resource will  
> respond in 24 hoursmore information available at

>  environment with heavy reliance on repositories and plugins..If any  
> attribute is incorrect such as groupId/artifactId/versionor plugin  
> repositories are inaccessible or you have a file system which doesnt  
> support the default repository of .m2 then nothing works whats more  
> there is no user-list (at least from what I've seen thus far)  
> available..On the plus side maven's ability to configure internet  
> site repositories is probably maven's most powerful feature
> HTH/

Thanks Martin,

Maven and Ant are both great tools - they are great for building a  
Release and Deployment platform, but in the are not that in themselves.

I probably should have said that I am looking for a web based system,  
than can use whatever - maven, ant, make, shell... but
provides a friendly environment to track releases, publish software,  


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