Monthly Archives: July 2008

Maven 2.0.10 Release Candidate Process started


July 23, 2008 By
Brian Fox

The Maven 2.0.10 Release process has begun and will follow the process pioneered in 2.0.9. That process consists of a series of Release Candidate builds, first on the Maven Developer list, and then finally on the Maven User list. Now that the process is started, the feature/bug list is final. Only new regressions identified between […]

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Apache Maven: The Definitive (Chinese) Guide


July 19, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

Juven Xu has been busy translating chapters for the Chinese translation of Maven: The Definitive Guide, and we’re pleased to announce the release of four Chinese chapters. Chapter 1: here (Introducing Apache Maven) Chapter 2: here (Installing Apache Maven) Chapter 4: here (Customizing Maven) Chapter 5: here (Simple Web Project) This is an initial release, […]

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The Register Covers Sonatype at Eclipse: Future Plans for OSGi Support


July 16, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

Gavin Clarke of The Register covers Sonatype joining the Eclipse Foundation: From the article: Van Zyl said efforts to integrate Maven and the Eclipse Web Tools Project and AspectJ are getting the biggest interest from those in the community. Also, he’s looking towards integration between Eclipse’s OSGi-based runtime project, Equinox. Sonatype will put OSGi-based Ganymede […]

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Updates to Nexus Chapter: Services, Security, and more…


July 8, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

There’s been a new release of Nexus verion 1.0.0-beta-4. To download this new release, go to the Nexus Download Page, and download the release from July 3rd, 2008. We’ve also updated the Nexus chapter in the online version of the book to coincide with this release. Changes include a post-install checklist, scheduled services, and coverage […]

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Polyglot Maven: Maven for Scala


By
Tim O'Brien

Did you know that Scala is all about Maven? David Bernard wrote a quick intro to Maven for Scala programmers back in January. The Updated Version is now the getting started guide for Lift. What’s interesting about this is that not only can you quickly create a Scala project using the archetype plugin in Maven, […]

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