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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject mime4j/jspf and releasable artifacts/packages
Date Sat, 05 May 2007 00:52:04 GMT
I was just trying to fix maven bits for mime4j to place correct
LICENSE/NOTICE files in the META-INF folder for the jar file and I had a
doubt on what was the most useful release packages.

After a few thoughts I end up with this choice:

1) binary jar => this is the "core" library. to be placed in the maven
repository too. (e.g: james-mime4j-0.3.jar)

2) source jar => this is a jar useful for IDEs and contains all of the
original and the *generated* java files. In particular in mime4j this
contains also the files generated by javacc/jjtree because they may be
useful while DEBUGGING in an IDE. This will end up in maven repository,
too, and must contain the LICENSE/NOTICE files too. (e.g:
james-mime4j-0.3-SNAPSHOT.jar)

3) "bin" package (zip + tar.gz): contains, inside a folder with the same
name of the archive, the binary jar, the NOTICE/LICENSE files, and a lib
folder including runtime dependencies for the library. (e.g:
james-mime4j-0.3-bin.zip)

4) "project" package (zip + tar.gz): contains, inside a folder with the
same name of the archive, the whole source tree checked out from the svn
repository, including the "stage" folder and anything else we may have
there. (e.g: james-mime4j-0.3-project.tar.gz)

WDYT?

I skipped "tar.bz" packaging by purpose: having zip and tar.gz is IMHO
already redundant enough.

Do we need any other packaging (or different) for library-products like
mime4j/jsieve/jspf ?

Maybe "src" is better than "project" as the classifier (postfix) the
package #4 ?

Stefano

PS: download clicks from google analytics:
#--------------------------------------------------------
# Profile Name: james.apache.org
# Date Range: 4/28/2007 - 5/4/2007
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249 server/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1.zip
 84 server/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1.tar.gz
 45 server/binaries/james-2.3.0.zip
 28 server/source/james-2.3.1-src.zip
 20 server/source/james-2.3.1-src.tar.gz
 13 server/binaries/james-MailetSDK-2.3.1.zip
 12 server/source/james-with-phoenix-2.3.1-src.zip
  9 server/binaries/james-2.3.0.tar.gz
  4 server/source/james-2.3.0-src.zip
  3 server/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1rc1.zip
  3 server/source/james-with-phoenix-2.3.1-src.tar.gz
  2 server/binaries/james-2.3.0.zip.asc
  2 server/rc/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1.tar.gz
  2 server/binaries/james-MailetSDK-2.3.1.tar.gz
  1 server/rc/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1rc1.tar.gz
  1 server/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1.zip.asc
  1 server/binaries/james-binary-2.3.1.tar.gz.asc
  1 jspf/beta/src/jspf-0.9b4-src.tar.bz2
  1 jspf/beta/bin/jspf-0.9b4-bin.zip
  1 server/source/james-with-phoenix-2.3.0-src.tar.gz

Some consideration:
1) binary-vs-sources 10:1
2) signature checks 1/300
3) zip-vs-tgz 3:1


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