Re: [pcgen_developers] Is there a reason to keep the Free Form project vs. a full Maven project
- On 05.11.2012 21:57, Javier Ortiz wrote:
> The the goal is not to move into 100% Maven? The difference is a coupleI must admit that I have no idea what maven is about or what "move the
> of Netbeans folders that marks it as Free Form, nothing else changed.
> I'm not changing the structure of the project at all.
project into maven" would mean. Can you explain this in a general way?
- The project is already Mavenized, is just that the IDE recognizes it as a free form project (the icon with the butterfly) due to some files/folders present in there.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:38 PM, Javier Ortiz <javier.ortiz.78@...> wrote:
Basically a netbeans folder and some NetBeans specific files. I already tried it without issues.
- The beauty of Maven project is IDE independence. As long as we do everything in the POM no one will be hurt.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, James Dempsey <jdempsey@...> wrote:
> Hi Javier,
> On 6/11/2012 7:57 AM Javier Ortiz wrote
> > The the goal is not to move into 100% Maven?
> Yes I am keen to have a simple maven 2 build process. We have been
> slowly moving towards it, with the autobuild job
> running entirely on maven 2 now (but calling some ant tasks). I'd quite
> like the release process to be simplified into a single step maven
> process also (apart from release notes and upload that is). The current
> process is documented at
> > The difference is a couple of Netbeans folders that marks it as Free
> > Form, nothing else changed. I'm not changing the structure of the
> > project at all.
> That sounds safe enough. How does netbeans figure into this? Will that
> have any effect on those using Eclipse or IntelliJ as an IDE?