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Benefits of a Repository Manager: Part III Continuous Build Deployment


August 6, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

In the previous post in this series I discussed three compelling ways in which a repository manager can benefit the development cycle. It proxies artifacts locally, it is optimized to store binary artifacts, and it facilitates a new level of collaboration and agility that isn’t possible when your SCM is only way for workgroups to […]

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Benefits of a Repository Manager: Part I


August 4, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

Whenever I speak to someone doing Java development, I always ask if they are using a repository manager. Repository managers are still an emerging technology, but I’ve noticed a consistent trend: more and more developers view a repository manager as an essential part of development infrastructure. This certainly wasn’t the case just two years ago, […]

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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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