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From Marshall Schor <...@schor.com>
Subject Re: Problem with PearPackagingPlugin
Date Sat, 21 Aug 2010 16:10:23 GMT
 Since you're doing your own install.xml, perhaps all you need to run is an ant
script that copies things to the right places and zips them up?

-Marshall

On 8/21/2010 4:17 AM, Karl Wulfert wrote:
> Dear developers of UIMA,
>
> i have a problem with the currrent version of UIMA. I'm using it at work to
> package PEARs of projects that colleagues of mine are creating. I don't have
> to deal with the hole programming stuff of the PEARs. I just have to package
> them...
> Therefore i was trying to more or likely make it for our needs automatically
> triggerable. I just want to tick a button and my script creates the pear
> with the data from the SVN repo.
>
> The problem is, that my colleagues are using custom install.xml's for their
> projects to "find_and_replace_path" the pathes to the resources they need
> but the PearPackagingPlugin creates a whole new install.xml when i package
> the pear with it.
> We recently discussed the UIMA datapath... But is there any other way to use
> the PearPackagingPlugin with "absolutely referenced" resources and the
> find_and_replace_path action in the custom install.xml like telling the
> plugin to use an existing install.xml? Another issue are the settings for
> environment and JDK and so on in the install.xml that are overwritten too by
> the plugin.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Karl
> __________________________________________________
> Karl-Philipp Wulfert
> karl-philipp.wulfert@uni-jena.de
> ... cum grano salis. (Plinius d.Ä.)
>

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