Thanks Brett, that's a great start. I'll take a closer look at these parts of the code and get back to the list if there are more questions.
tc, -john. On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 6:02 AM, Brett Porter <br...@apache.org> wrote: > There are a few cases (mostly in ProjectDaoImpl) where we need to change: > - reading the model directly with a ModelReader (replace with > ProjectBuilder) > - grabbing a POM directly with Wagon (replace with ArtifactResolver) > > I've made some improvements, particularly related to snapshots. > > The attempts I've made to improve the rest in the past have generally led > to me deciding it would be more practical to just remove RDF altogether. It > turns out to be quite a rabbit hole though :) It definitely needs to be > done, it just flows on through a number of components. I think there is a > branch that investigated this in part. > > Is that enough to go on? > > - Brett > > On 04/08/2011, at 1:41 AM, John Fallows wrote: > > > Folks, > > > > I'm planning to investigate a fix for NPANDAY-411 that would allow us to > > specify versions as properties and successfully resolve the dependency > > transitively. > > > > o https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NPANDAY-411 > > > > Based on previous discussions about the issue when it was originally > > reported, I understand that this behavioral difference occurs because we > are > > approximating Maven dependency behavior in NPanday and that there is a > > longer-term perfect solution for this. I'd like to understand what might > be > > involved in updating our diverged implementation to be more compliant, as > > well as better understanding what is involved in a complete uptake of > full > > compatibility with Maven dependency management. > > > > Can anyone shed some light on this to help me understand where in the > code I > > should be focusing attention? > > > > tc, > > -john. > > -- > >> |< Kaazing Corporation >|< > > John Fallows | CTO | +1.650.960.8148 > > 444 Castro St, Suite 1100 | Mountain View, CA 94041, USA > > -- > Brett Porter > br...@apache.org > http://brettporter.wordpress.com/ > http://au.linkedin.com/in/brettporter > > > > > -- >|< Kaazing Corporation >|< John Fallows | CTO | +1.650.960.8148 444 Castro St, Suite 1100 | Mountain View, CA 94041, USA