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From Cameron McCormack <...@mcc.id.au>
Subject Re: Maven artifacts for Batik
Date Mon, 03 Dec 2007 06:10:34 GMT
Carlos Sanchez:
> > > groupId should probably be org.apache.xmlgraphics.batik

Cameron McCormack:
> > OK.  Does that mean the groupId for FOP and XML Graphics Commons is
> > wrong?  (It says <groupId>org.apache.xmlgraphics</groupId> in the POM
> > file for both.)
Carlos Sanchez:
> it's up to xmlgraphics project to decide how to subdivide the space
> for the subprojects

OK.  (Jeremias and others, any opinion here?  Unless there’s any issue
with it, I’ll choose org.apache.xmlgraphics as the groupId, to keep it

> > [mutual dependency with fop and batik]

> do you mean that fop needs batik to compile and batik needs fop?
> chicken and egg problem? how do you do that?

Well, it’s not quite true.  Batik has an optional run-time dependency on
a pdf-transcoder.jar file that can be built from FOP.  That
pdf-transcoder has a compile-time dependency on Batik.  We deal with it
by having a copy of FOP’s pdf-transcoder.jar in Batik’s repository and a
copy of Batik’s jar in FOP’s repository.  At some point some
disentaglement will be done by moving some stuff to xmlgraphics commons…

> > What's the difference?  Artifacts in the m1-… directory can be used by
> > both Maven 1 and 2, but those in the m2-… directory can only be used by
> > Maven 2?  (/me is a bit clueless about the difference between Maven 1
> > and 2).
> there's no difference, whether you deploy to the m1 or m2 repos it
> will be available for both m1 and m2 users. So only deploy to one of
> them.



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