looks like it works
   "Welcome to hello-lift at Wed Apr 15 20:17:44 CEST 2009"



On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 8:17 PM, Alexander Kellett <lypa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> from what i can see the latest sbt supports jetty-run command :)
> testing it out now!
> next step, write a command for it to perform the equiv of mvn idea:idea.
> Alex
> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 7:22 PM, Timothy Perrett
> <timo...@getintheloop.eu> wrote:
>> Alex,
>> We could do something like this, but it would still need to use maven to
>> start the server (mvn jetty:run). Unfortunately, you'll need to have a local
>> maven repo, that's a) part of how maven works and b) the legal implications
>> of us redistributing a bunch of other peoples code to make it self contained
>> probably had various ramifications.
>> We could supply a hello world on github, but this is just what the archetype
>> creates for you. Perhaps this is a case of education in our community about
>> how maven works? If there were supporting documentation would it be so
>> scary? (it might help you answer mvn's questions too!)
>> Cheers, Tim
>> On 15/04/2009 17:37, "Alexander Kellett" <lypa...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> many people are scared by maven. myself included after my previous
>>> "fun" with getting lift working.
>>> is there a way to get a self contained "hello world" zip up on github
>>> if it is not already there? afaiu maven also allows for local caches,
>>> could that that be placed in the zip, or is it simply too big?
>>> i think that might scare people much less than pasting the very opaque
>>> four liner which asks questions i do not know the answer to :)
>> >>

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