> On 15.10.2016, at 20:47, Daniel Beck <m...@beckweb.net> wrote:
> As the update center JSON tells you, its groupId is not
Missed the newest response, sorry about that.
> On 14.10.2016, at 22:12, Maciej Wiczynski <loaf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> is there an easy way to find the group for all the plugins that don't use
> 'org.jenkins-ci.plugins'? I think I can look in
> https://updates.jenkins-ci.org/current/update-center.json and find the group
> for each plugin. If this isn't correct way to go about it I would appreciate
> tips on what I should be doing.
Extracting the group from the 'gav' elements is probably the best (automated)
approach. Otherwise, repo.jenkins-ci.org has a simple search interface, look
for the artifactId and version and it'll show you the full path.
The problem with the former, of course, is when plugins change groupId, which
can happen occasionally (so a specific version may actually not be present in
the groupId used for the newest version of the plugin).
It's not clear to me what kind of problem is solved here. Why not just download
specific plugin versions from the well-known URLs on the update site? It's
linked from every plugin wiki page…
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