On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 08:53:04 -0500, Mark R. Diggory <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> As I was discussing in the jakarta-general list earlier. There are a
> number of projects with mavan project properties setup with the
> following parameter.
The projects really should change - it's not necessary because of the
sync. Some have cvs.prod.f2.com.au/repository in there - and that's
fine if they require newer builds than those released.
> There is another case:
By Maven 1.0 this was deprecated. You can now specify multiple
deployment targets, so I have:
with maven.repo.list=apachecvs by default. The release manager uses
-Dmaven.repo.list=apache to publish to the other location. This can be
enforced by permissions if we really have a problem (though once
people get harassed about snapshots when they turn up, I think it'll
There will still be accidents, as I did the other day :(
Other things that need doing:
- sign code before pushing it up
- publish to a stage location so it can be vetted by a script for a
valid md5, asc and that it isn't a SNAPSHOT, before copying it to the
> this is actually bad as well, because the developers cutting interim
> builds will deploy them accidentally into the java-repository. I feel
> that this should be avoided as well by everyone but the release manager.
Ok, I'll include this in the document I'm still trying to get to :(