We are moving both our public and private source repositories to Git for a few reasons: Git works better for people with slow or lagging connections Branch management is easy Submitting patches via a pull request is easier to deal with than a patch attached to a bug report We started out with SVN mostly […]
The latest release of Nexus, 220.127.116.11 has been released. In this blog post you will find some of the new functionality and fixes. Click here to download the latest version of Nexus. 64bit Windows Wrapper Support JIRA Ticket: https://issues.sonatype.org/browse/NEXUS-3844 We have compiled the 64 bit windows libraries for jsw 3.2.3 and now include them in […]
Last week we announced that we moved LDAP integration from Nexus Professional to Nexus Open Source in the Nexus 1.5.0 release. While we open sourced our LDAP plugin in 1.5.0, we also released an Enterprise LDAP plugin which provides features such as configurable caching, timeouts, templates, and the ability to interact with more than […]
With the 1.5.0 release of Nexus, Sonatype is opening up the current LDAP features in Pro, and making them a part of Nexus Open Source. Starting with this release, Nexus Open Source users will be able to integrate with LDAP, Active Directory, and Atlassian Crowd servers (via LDAP). Nexus is the only repository manager with […]
It’s a fundamental tenet of Maven that release artifacts never change once they are released. This is enforced in Maven by the fact that once a release artifact or POM is located in the local repository, Maven will never check for an updated artifact in a remote repository. Once an artifact is released, it is […]
For a number of reasons you might want to require your developers to use a staging repository. Staged software releases in Nexus Professional are the best way to enable your development team to push a release to an artifact repository such as Nexus while providing management and quality assurance with a way to test and […]
The goal of this blog is to show an updated and more involved example then what is currently located on the plexus site. This will cover creating a couple of components and explain the different ways to inject your dependencies. This example assumes you are using maven 2 to make your life easier.