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Florian Hockmann edited comment on TINKERPOP-1552 at 5/19/17 6:59 AM:
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That's actually how I tried it first, but I had problems with the {{pom.xml}} 
files. The problem was that the {{dotnet-maven-plugin}} doesn't work with the 
standard maven project structure with a {{src/main/language}} directory 
structure. So I had to create a new {{pom}} file for every sub directory from 
{{gremlin-dotnet}} down to for example 
{{gremlin-dotnet/src/main/csharp/Gremlin.CSharp}} where {{csharp}} is the 
parent project of {{Gremlin.CSharp}} and so on. I found all those projects 
files too confusing. That is why I created instead a _.NET only_ project 
{{gremlin-dotnet}}. But since I have basically no experience with maven it 
could also be that it is possible to do it in a much easier way.

Another option would be to use something else instead of the 
{{dotnet-maven-plugin}} like a simple executor plugin. I personally like the 
{{dotnet-maven-plugin}} as it integrates .NET very nicely into maven in my 
opinion, but I am of course also ok with an alternative solution.

Good to here that you didn't run into any problems with the build.


was (Author: florian hockmann):
That's actually how I tried it first, but I had problems with the `pom.xml` 
files. The problem was that the `dotnet-maven-plugin` doesn't work with the 
standard maven project structure with a `src/main/language` directory 
structure. So I had to create a new `pom` file for every sub directory from 
`gremlin-dotnet` down to for example 
`gremlin-dotnet/src/main/csharp/Gremlin.CSharp` where `csharp` is the parent 
project of `Gremlin.CSharp` and so on. I found all those projects files too 
confusing. That is why I created instead a _.NET only_ project 
`gremlin-dotnet`. But since I have basically no experience with maven it could 
also be that it is possible to do it in a much easier way.

Another option would be to use something else instead of the 
`dotnet-maven-plugin` like a simple executor plugin. I personally like the 
`dotnet-maven-plugin` as it integrates .NET very nicely into maven in my 
opinion, but I am of course also ok with an alternative solution.

Good to here that you didn't run into any problems with the build.

> C# Gremlin Language Variant
> ---------------------------
>
>                 Key: TINKERPOP-1552
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TINKERPOP-1552
>             Project: TinkerPop
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: language-variant
>    Affects Versions: 3.2.3
>            Reporter: Jorge Bay
>
> It would be nice to have a C# GLV that runs under .NET Framework 4.5+ and 
> .NET Core.
> The maven build could use the Exec Maven Plugin to exec .NET Core's [dotnet 
> test|https://www.microsoft.com/net/core#macos] command.
> Some requirements, from the mailing list (edited):
> {quote}
> 1. The GLV should keep in line with class/method names of the java API
> where possible to ensure consistency of feel across languages.
> 2. There needs to be adequate tests (we're still discussing the approach to
> testing GLVs and i think that needs to be tackled sooner than later as more
> GLVs start to come in). Those tests should produce xunit style output
> unless there is some good reason not to.
> 3. There needs to be adequate documentation (e.g. Reference docs)
> 4. The build/deploy process needs to be bound to maven which might be one of 
> the trickier bits to deal with.
> {quote}



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