On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Mahadev Konar <maha...@yahoo-inc.com>wrote:
> Hi David,
> > I second this. If you folks want to host at http://scala-tools.org we'd
> > happy to host this non-Scala but super mega interesting and valuable
> > project. We'll even do builds on our hudson server.
> We have had plans to publish our release on maven repos but havent had the
> time to do so. If you guys have any expertise on how to publish it to
> apache maven repos, we'd be happy to accept and incorporate the changes.
Unforetunately, I don't know how to Maven-ize Ant scripts. :-( Sorry. But
if you figure out ways to enable the Ant-Maven plugin to generate pom.xml
files, my offer stands to do hosting.
Also, I'm hoping you guys can get something into public repositories over
the next month or so. Once Goat Rodeo is something that's more than just a
project for me an a few others, it'll be a huge win to have a public
repository with ZK nightlies and ZK releases.
> >> * To use Zookeeper from within OSGi it has to be turned into an OSGi
> >> bundle. Doing this is not hard and it's currently done in our
> >> buildsystem . However, I think it would make sense to have this
> >> done somewhere in the Zookeeper buildsystem. Matter of fact I think
> >> you should be able to release a single zookeeper.jar that's both an
> >> ordinary jar and an OSGi bundle so it would work in both cases...
> >> * The Zookeeper server is currently started with the zkServer.sh
> >> script, but I think it would make sense to also allow it to run inside
> >> an OSGi container, simply by starting a bundle. Has anyone ever done
> >> any work in this regard? If not I'm planning to spend some time and
> >> try to make this work.
> >> * BTW I made some Windows versions of the zkCli/zkEnv/zkServer
> >> scripts. Interested in taking these?
> >> Thoughts anyone?
> >> Best regards,
> >> David Bosschaert
> >> 
> >> er-wrapper/pom.xml
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