Tag Archives: Tycho

The Future of Maven


March 19, 2010 By
hloney

JAXenter talked to Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl about the future of Maven, and what users can expect when migrating from Maven 2 to Maven 3.  In this interview, van Zyl and Sonatype’s Brian Fox outline Maven 3, it’s backward compatibility with Maven 2, the introduction of POM mixins, and repository management with Nexus. The primary […]

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"Maven 3: Reloaded" Presentation from Devoxx '09


February 26, 2010 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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The Future of Maven & OSGi: Join the Tycho Users Mailing List!


March 9, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

From the very beginning we positioned [Tycho][1] as the tool for doing Eclipse/OSGi development with Maven. Even though Tycho originally focused on build automation, we think it is time to extend its functionality, as well as integrating it with other projects, to support the full Eclipse/OSGi application development lifecycle. Below is a preliminary list of […]

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The next generation of build tools for Eclipse plugins and RCP applications


November 26, 2008 By
Eugene Kuleshov

Build automation has always been considered painful, especially for complex builds. So, it seemed like a good idea to change that and come up with a solution that would be easy to use. I want to introduce you to Tycho, the next generation of Maven plugins and tools for building Eclipse plugins and RCP applications.

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Building Eclipse Plugins with Maven: Tycho


November 7, 2008 By
Tim O'Brien

Yesterday’s post was in response to a question from Anders Nawroth of the Neo4J effort, and today’s post is no different.  On Tuesday (or maybe it was Monday), Anders asked the neo4j-users list whether it made sense to build the neo4j eclipse plugin with Maven. I have looked into building Neoclipse using Maven, but at […]

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