Monthly Archives: April 2009

Incrementally improving a Maven build while leaving the existing build intact


By
Jason van Zyl

Today started out with completing the first version of the [Sonatype AppEngine Toolkit][sgt], deciding I wanted to push this code into [GIT][git] instead of [Subversion][svn] and then things just snowballed. I wanted to try and use [JGIT][jgit] and the server code they have to host a repository that way instead of using the native version […]

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Nexus Pro: Support for Eclipse P2 Repositories


April 14, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

At Sonatype we’re starting to release some of the P2 related support we’re developing. The release of Nexus 1.3.2 has the basis for all our future P2 work. We see [Nexus Pro][nxcm] helping OSGi users to provision their systems whether that be a developer desktops or server side instances. We will be making provisions (pun […]

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My Google App Engine Maven Plugin Wishlist


April 10, 2009 By
justin

Now that I’ve had a few days to start using with Google App Engine’s Java support, some patterns are emerging and it’s becoming clearer what the lifecycle elements of an App Engine application is. Here’s the initial list of goals of what I’d like to see in a GAE Maven Plugin: gae:run – analogous to […]

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What is a Repository Manager?


By
Tim O'Brien

Download “Introduction to Repository Management” as a PDF What is a Repository Manager? A proxy for remote repositories which caches artifacts saving both bandwidth and time required to retrieve a software artifact from a remote repository, and A host for internal artifacts providing an organization with a deployment target for software artifacts. In addition to […]

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