Thanks I found it now. I am trying to get the build going first, with the local repository, and let you know all the missing dependencies that need to go in exist’s maven repository.


On 22/09/2011 15:16, "Adam Retter" <adam@exist-db.org> wrote:

Hi Miguel,

The Maven branch's pom.xml is a little out of date I am afraid. You can find the exificient.jar in lib/user - do you want me to put it up in our artifactory repo as an external jar?

On 22 September 2011 14:54, Miguel de Melo <migdemelo@googlemail.com> wrote:
I have checked out the maven branch and have been trying to build and
discover other missing dependencies in the exist-core project. But can¹t for
the life of me find out where to get com.siemens.ct.exi from, required by
org.exist.util.serializer.EXISerializer

Have found this dependency declaration, which looks at
http://repository.jboss.org/maven2/, discontinued since April 2010, and
replaced with https://repository.jboss.org/nexus where the dependency
doesn't exist.

<dependency>
 ? <groupId>com.siemens.ct.exi</groupId>
 ? <artifactId>exificient</artifactId>
 ? <version>0.7</version>
</dependency>

Can anyone suggest where I can find a candidate jar to go on the exist maven
repository to satisfy this dependency ?

Thanks
Miguel



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