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From robert burrell donkin <rdon...@apache.org>
Subject Re: adding jaxme jars
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2004 21:31:03 GMT
hi mark

i can see the jaxme jars on apache but not in the maven repository on 
ibiblio. is there anything else i need to do to push the content over 
there?

(or have i just make some mistake in the upload...)

- robert

On 8 Mar 2004, at 22:20, Mark R. Diggory wrote:

>
>
> robert burrell donkin wrote:
>
>> hi mark
>> i've given it a go myself but i have a few questions and i'd 
>> appreciate it if you'd check my work so far.
>> On 7 Mar 2004, at 16:18, Mark R. Diggory wrote:
>>> You need to establish what your groups id will be. The current 
>>> naming trend for Apache "xml" projects has been a bit haphazard.
>>>
>>> xercies
>>> xml-security
>>> xml-resolver
>>> xalan
>>>
>>> Some standardization here would be good. But that will not effect 
>>> maven.
>> i've had a chat on IRC and gone for apache-jaxme
>>> There is currently a problem with Maven publishing to a BSD system 
>>> and md5 signature generation, if you do not want to use maven to do 
>>> the publishing then these are the tasks you need to complete:
>>>
>>> 1.) The easiest way right now is for you to place the jars into
>>>
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/...
>> gone (but apache-jaxme rather than xml-jaxme)
>>> 2.) Generate an md5 signature for each one in the same directory. 
>>> For instance as an examples
>>>
>>> "md5 xml-jaxme-1.0.jar > xml-jaxme-1.0.jar.md5" will produce:
>>>
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/xml-jaxme-1.0.jar
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/xml-jaxme-1.0.jar.md5
>> done
>>> 3.) Generate the following symlinks the above files from
>>>
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/xml-jaxme-SNAPSHOT.jar
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/xml-jaxme-SNAPSHOT.jar.md5
>> done
>>> 4.) and create a file
>>>
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/jars/xml-jaxme-snapshot-version with the 
>>> contents "1.0"
>> these releases are versioned 0.2: should this file contain 0.2 (since 
>> it refers to the version of the jars) or 1.0 (since it's a mavenesque 
>> version number)
>
> It would be wise, so yes, apache-jaxme-0.2.jar
>
>>> 5.) use the following "POM" in the
>>>
>>> java-repository/xml-jaxme/poms/project/pom
>>> <project>
>>>   <pomVersion>3</pomVersion>
>>>   <id>xml-jaxme</id>
>>>   <name>xml-jaxme</name>
>>>   <currentVersion>1.0</currentVersion>
>>>   <organization>
>>>     <name>Apache Software Foundation</name>
>>>     <url>www.apache.org</url>
>>>   </organization>
>>>   <licenses>
>>>     <license>
>>>       <name>ASL 2.0</name>
>>>       <url>???????</url>
>>>       <comments>???????</comments>
>>>     </license>
>>>   </licenses>
>>> </project>
>> there are a number of jar in the release. i'd been working on the 
>> theory that each needs a separate artifact id. what should the 
>> contents of the file be in this case?
>> - robert
>
> Yes, it should look like:
>
> /java-repository/apache-jaxme/jars/<artifact>-<version>.jar
>
> /java-repository/apache-jaxme/poms/project/pom
>
> <project>
>    <pomVersion>3</pomVersion>
>    <groupId>apache-jaxme</groupId>
>    <name>Apache Jaxme</name>
>    <currentVersion>0.2</currentVersion>
>    <organization>
>      <name>Apache Software Foundation</name>
>      <url>www.apache.org</url>
>    </organization>
>    <licenses>
>      <license>
>        <name>ASL 2.0</name>
>        <url>http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0</url>
>      </license>
>    </licenses>
>  </project>
>
> sound good, I'll take a look in the directory and verify all looks 
> well.
>
> -- 
> Mark Diggory
> Software Developer
> Harvard MIT Data Center
> http://www.hmdc.harvard.edu
>


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