Monthly Archives: November 2009

In other news


November 11, 2009 By

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Fun with Spring Actionscript and Maven “Spring Actionscript is a great library – no question. It makes it much easier to mock Cairngorm service delegates and rewire them for testing with FlexUnit. Testing the full […]

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Register for webinar "LDAP integration in Nexus Professional"


November 6, 2009 By

Register for the fourth monthly webinar, “LDAP integration in Nexus Professional: Technology roadmap” with Brian Demers. Date: 02 DEC 2009 Time: 10am Pacific Time Title: LDAP integration in Nexus Professional: Technology roadmap Speaker: Brian Demers, Software Developer, Sonatype Summary: Nexus Professional adds a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Authentication realm which provides Nexus with the […]

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Maven 3.x: Paving the desire lines — Part One


November 5, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

Maven 3.0 With Maven 3.x we have made our best attempt to listen to users, find out what they need and want, and make reasonable preparations and plans to fix the problems, implement useful features, and create the integration points for working properly with third-party systems like Nexus and Hudson. While there have been many […]

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In other news


November 4, 2009 By

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Trapo blog: Maven + Hibernate + Spring + HSQLDB = your tests running fast and out-of-the-box “I want to keep trapo environment as simple as possible. I want that people just fire a command and […]

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Maven & Howard: How to execute the perfect OSS drive-by shooting


November 2, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

This post is a response to a post on Ship’s blog from Friday. Dependency management is not conflated with builds in the framework as a whole, it is an essential part of a build sytem. While you intended to speak about subtracting dependency management from the build, you end up reinventing the wheel simply because […]

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