Hi Tomas,

On 21 May 2012 09:06, Tomas Pluskal <pluskal@oist.jp> wrote:
Hi Nina,

Thanks for all the answers!

The CDK and CDK-JCP maven artifacts are created and deployed only for releases, which are available for download at the sourceforge.net.  The workflow is

1) download a release
2) compile by 
ant dist-pure
3) Use https://ambit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ambit/trunk/cdk-maven to generate and deploy the artifacts.

Have you considered including these pom.xml descriptors into the official CDK source tree?

If I remember right, an old version of it is in fact included, but haven't been updated recently. Also it might slightly differ across CDK versions, as new CDK modules are added/removed.
Perhaps we could create an ant task to deploy each new release into the maven repository automatically..

It rather needs an ant/shell task to populate the jars (and rename where appropriate). For the CDK itself there is no problem to be done automatically,  perhaps not quite so for CDK-JCP (Egon could tell better), but for the JChemPaint  I am afraid it will still be a manual update.  

To add my two cents, I would like to see JChemPaint using CDK as a maven dependency, then it will not matter at all where JChemPaint source code resides.

Thank you,




Tomáš Pluskal
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