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From Tommaso Teofili <tommaso.teof...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: packaging dependencies with distributions
Date Wed, 12 May 2010 09:44:02 GMT
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> On 5/12/2010 00:43, Marshall Schor wrote:
> > For the various distributions, we package "immediate" dependencies.  In
> > the past, I think that we have not included transitive dependencies,
> > because many components we depend on have lots of dependencies of their
> > own, which are not used and not needed for our particular use.
> >
> > The new build system is continuing this tradition; if there is a
> > dependency of a dependency that you need, you would need to declare it
> > as a "direct" dependency of your POM being packaged.
> >
> > One "advantage" of this is that it makes explicit in the POM what is
> > being included, which helps in reviewing Licenses and Notice
> > requirements that could flow from these dependencies.
> >
> > Does this seem reasonable?
>

+1 for me too




2010/5/12 Thilo Götz <twgoetz@gmx.de>

>
> IMO, we should explicitly list the dependencies we ship.
> Otherwise every release we'll have a lot of work checking
> that our packages don't contain any unwanted libraries.
>
>
I am +1, how would you suggest to do that? Apart from the POM dependencies
list would you put them inside (for example) the README file or something
else?

Cheers.
Tommaso

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