Monthly Archives: February 2010

Nexus Book Update: Nexus 1.5 Content and Community-driven Corrections


February 27, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

The latest edition of Repository Management with Nexus, Edition 2.1, has been released. This edition includes new content about Nexus 1.5.0 Open Source and Enterprise LDAP. Edition 2.1 also contains almost 100 corrections which were driven by the community. Read the Book for FREE online, Download the Repository Managment with Nexus PDF, Purchase a Printed […]

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Maven 3 Presentation at Devnexus 2010 in Atlanta


February 26, 2010 By
hloney

Devnexus 2010 is the annual Professional Developer Conference, and is being held in Atlanta on March 8 and 9.  Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl will be in Atlanta on March 8 to give a presentation on Maven 3 and Next Generation Development Infrastructure.  The presentation will cover the future of Maven, Maven 3, the release of […]

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"Maven 3: Reloaded" Presentation from Devoxx '09


By
Jason van Zyl

Parleys.com has just published my “Maven 3: Reloaded” presentation from Devoxx ’09. In this presentation, I put our current focus on Maven 3 in context and talk about some of the upcoming technologies like Polyglot Maven and Maven Shell. In this video you’ll see me demonstrate POM translation from XML to Groovy, discuss the ways […]

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"Save Pain and Improve Your Release Cycle" with Nexus OSS


February 25, 2010 By
hloney

Good news travels fast, and word about our Java.net Maven Repository Rescue Mission is getting a positive response. I guess we can say the java.net repository is a little broken…But there is a good news! Sonatype is opening it’s Nexus OSS instance to all java.net projects. This blog entry details a few examples of the […]

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Java.net Maven Repository Rescue Mission on March 5th


February 24, 2010 By
Jason van Zyl

There are numerous problems with the Maven repositories on Java.net, and individual projects are being penalized for poor development infrastructure at Java.net. We hear no end of complaints about the poor quality of Maven Repositories at Java.net: mixing of Maven 1 and Maven 2 repositories, the mixing of releases and snapshots, lack of javadocs, sources, […]

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How to Contribute to the Maven Books


February 23, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

Manfed Moser, the author of the newly released Android chapter in Maven: The Complete Reference, wrote a very quick step-by-step set of instructions for people interested in contributing to the Maven book. Read the whole post here: http://www.simpligility.com/2010/02/how-to-contribute-to-the-maven-books/ Here’s an excerpt: The first thing you will have to do is get the source code – […]

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Update to Maven Complete Reference: Flexmojos and Android (Edition 0.4)


February 19, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

The latest edition of Maven: The Complete Reference, Edition 0.4, has been released. This edition updates the Flexmojos chapter to the latest FlexMojos 3.5.0 release and refreshes information about Flexmojos archetypes. We added an initial version of a chapter by Manfred Moser that walks through the process of using Maven to build Android applications. In […]

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In other news


February 17, 2010 By

Welcome to the roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. DevDanke: Create an Executable Jar with Maven “There are several ways to make an executable jar with Maven. Two popular ways are to use the maven-jar-plugin or use the maven-assembly-plugin. Each has pros and cons.” By […]

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