Tag Archives: documentation

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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Why Putting Repositories in your POMs is a Bad Idea


February 25, 2009 By
Brian Fox

I get this question frequently so it is time to write down my thoughts on the answer so I can stop repeating myself. Here’s the question: Should I put the urls to my repositories in my poms or in my settings? The short answer is: settings. The long answer is: it depends. There are two […]

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Galoppini Covers Sonatype's Open Documentation


February 23, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Roberto Galoppini just published a brief interview with Mark de Visser this morning which covers Sonatype’s open documentation efforts. As someone who has been involved with Sonatype’s open book efforts along with Jason, Brian, John, Jason, Bruce, and our other contributing authors it is interesting to see the traffic and interest that is generated by […]

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Second Printing of Maven: The Definitive Guide


January 15, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Good news, O’Reilly has just completed the Second Printing of Maven: The Definitive Guide. Aside from some typos and some small updates to the test, there is not much a difference between the first edition and the second edition, and I feel confident that the core concepts of Maven and the introductory material in the […]

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