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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: maven
Date Thu, 07 Sep 2006 21:40:13 GMT

Would like to park the maven discussion until Steve comes back with 
something that we can concretely
discuss. My view is Maven does not help us any at this stage, and there 
are better uses of time right
now on the code base, (but that is my view) and I might change it after 
Steve comes back with his


steven.x.shaw@jpmorgan.com wrote:
> Could be wonderful. Maven makes alot of promises. I really like he IDE 
> file generation. Maven seem popular at Apache.
> I did spent a while trying to get Maven 2.0.2 and then 2.0.4 working to 
> build Mina here at JPMC. It just wouldn't work. I configured my http 
> proxy. It couldn't download the maven-compiler-plugin I think. At home it 
> worked fine :). I figure that I was having some kind of firewall issue but 
> the error messages leave alot to be desired! I ended up building mina-core 
> with a very short shell script...
> Steve.
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