Monthly Archives: December 2009

Nexus Book (Edition 2.0.1): Fixes to the Plugin Development Chapter


December 26, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Anders Hammar found a few issues in the plugin development chapter, after taking a closer look myself I identified and fixed a few inconsistencies which were quickly addressed in edition 2.0.1. These changes relate to the use of the Nexus Plugin archetype and some details about the generated Nexus Plugin descriptor. For a list of […]

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Nexus Book (Edition 2.0): Fixes, Refactored Introduction


December 23, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Even though many of you are busily enjoying the year-end holidays, we’re busy at work trying to make quality software. We’ve just cut Edition 2.0 of “Repository Management with Nexus”, this edition has some important bug fixes and a refactored introduction. Much of the introductory “What is a Repository?” material has been pulled out of […]

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In other news


December 17, 2009 By

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Liferay Maven SDK “Starting to recover from jetlag after a two week trip Los Angeles and Liferay retreat. One of the things we finally made some progress during the developer retreat is providing official maven […]

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Sonatype Nexus 1.4.1 introduces a plugin console and custom artifact metadata


By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype is pleased to announce the 1.4.1 release of both Nexus Open Source and Nexus Professional. Nexus Open Source 1.4.1 Highlights Nexus Plugin Console Use the Nexus Plugin Console to list all installed Nexus plugins and browse REST services made available by installed Nexus Plugin. To open the Nexus Plugin Console, click on the Plugin […]

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Maven Dependency Resolution – A Repository Perspective


December 15, 2009 By
Juven Xu

Dependencies and repositories are central to Maven. Most people approach Maven as a tool in a very large stack of technology and they might not have the time to dig into the details. You might be using Eclipse, Maven, Nexus, Hudson, in addition to the various libraries and servers that are involved in your development […]

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In other news


December 9, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Adam Bien’s Blog: Java EE 6 / EJB 3.1 / JSF 2.0 WAR Modularization With Maven – Concrete Sample If you are using EJB 2.1 and JSF 2.0. Adam Bien’s examples provide a roadmap for […]

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Maven & P2: There is no dillema … just a mild case of myopia


December 7, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

This is a post in response to [Thomas Hallgren's post][1] about Maven and P2 repositories. Thomas doesn’t seem to know about the indices that are being produced from Maven repositories today and how they are currently used. I thought I would share some information about the Maven ecosystem for those who aren’t familiar. Maven Central […]

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