Monthly Archives: February 2010

How to Install m2eclipse Core Components


February 16, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

To install m2eclipse, use the following Eclipse update site to install the core of the m2eclipse plugin. This Core update site contains a single component: “Maven Integration for Eclipse (Required)”. When you install this component you will be installing all of the core Wizards, the POM Editor, Maven Repository integration, and Maven integration. This post […]

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Now Available: m2eclipse 0.10.0


February 15, 2010 By
Brian Fox

This is the first production release of m2eclipse in more than a year, and it couldn’t come any sooner.  In this release, you’ll find that we’ve separated the update sites. There is now a core update site and an extras update site which contains optional components.  For more details about the installation, please read the […]

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Nexus Proxy Repositories: Video Walkthrough of Major Features


February 12, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

The following, audio-less demonstration video was used at our booth at Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. It is a brief walkthrough of some of the major features of Nexus Proxy repositories. If you are evaluation Nexus, this is a chance to see Nexus UI in action. Highlights of this demonstration reel: Time (M:SS) Note 0:30 […]

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Nexus Hosted Repositories: Video Walkthrough of Major Features


February 11, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

This demonstration video was used at our booth at last month’s Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. It provides a quick, audio-less overview of some of the major features of Nexus Hosted repositories: Highlights of this demonstration reel: Time (M:SS) Notes 0:29 List of default hosted repositories. Nexus ships with three hosted repositories: releases, snapshots, and […]

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In other news


February 10, 2010 By

Welcome to the roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. From Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus “Having recently migrated a significant number of repository servers from Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus, I would like to share with you the process I followed, some tips, and point […]

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How to Partition Nexus Repositories: Targets, Privileges, and Roles


By
Juven Xu

Part of my daily routine involves managing the Sonatype OSS Repository, a free, hosted Nexus Professional instance for hosting open source project repositories . There are more than 100 projects hosted on the OSS instance, and each project has at least one release repository, one snapshot repository, and one repository group.    When we started offering […]

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Documenting the Nexus REST API with Enunciate


February 8, 2010 By
Tamas Cservenak

Nexus OSS Core has more than 120 REST Resources published. And that number is just increasing with new Nexus Plugins. Not to mention Nexus Pro that comes with even more plugins and more REST resources.    Everything you do in Nexus, whether you use the Maven Nexus plugin or the Nexus UI, is interacting with […]

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