Ah I can do that if needed. Currently the actual bundle isnít declared as module artefact but that could be useful.

When the bundle module is built it produces two artefact

cdk/bundle/target/cdk-bundle-<version>.jar
cdk/bundle/target/cdk-<version>.jar

Currently the second one is the one you want (~20Mb)  but the first (empty) is installed locally. 

J

On 22 Feb 2014, at 23:36, Cyrus Harmon <ch-lisp@bobobeach.com> wrote:


And on another note, how do I install the cdk-bundle jar into my local maven repo? When I compile (?, not sure which target actually makes this) there is a large cdk-bundle.jar in the appropriate place, but what gets installed to the .m2 directory is tiny and seems to just be some sort of placeholder file.

thanks,

Cyrus

On Feb 20, 2014, at 2:27 AM, John May <johnmay@ebi.ac.uk> wrote:

Hi all,

As you may have seen the CDK is now built with maven. Iíve written a blog post with a few more details here and what changes: http://efficientbits.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/cdk-now-built-using-maven.html.

Thanks,
John
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