#20 Publish on Maven Repository

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2006-09-23
2006-08-10
Anonymous
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Publishing your jar file as:

http://www.ibiblio.org/maven2/com/danadler/jacob/1.10.1/jacob-1.10.1.jar

and your DLL packaged inside a jar as:

http://www.ibiblio.org/maven2/com/danadler/jacobDLL/1.10.1/jacobDLL-1.10.1.jar

Will mean that Maven 2 users can easily include Jacob
as a dependency. At the moment, I have to add Jacob to
my company's Maven repository manually whenever a new
version comes out.

david.boden@lehman.com

Discussion

  • Alex
    Alex
    2006-08-16

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    This feature would improve the building process a lot! At
    the moment I have to add the jacob dll manually to the
    repository and worse not in a recommended format (i.e.
    without version).
    I think this is related to the version request #1483819.

     
  • clay_shooter
    clay_shooter
    2006-09-23

    • milestone: --> Not Accepted
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • clay_shooter
    clay_shooter
    2006-09-23

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    Thanks for the suggestion. This project does not currently
    support maven repositories.

    Your repository should probably change the path to
    maven2/com/jacob/... instead of maven2/com/dandler/...

    The later note from axetheaxe says the naming convention is
    wrong. I'm not sure what that means.