3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 6, 2010 4:23 PM by Clebert Suconic

    pom missing dependencies

    Bill Burke Master

      Maybe you already know this but the 2.0.0.GA hornetq-core pom within repository.jboss.org is missing all dependency information, specifically Netty.  So, anybody using maven has to go figure out exactly what the dependencies are from your source code.  I couldn't find anything in your documentation either.

        • 1. Re: pom missing dependencies
          Tim Fox Master

          We should definitely get the dependency info added to the pom.xml.

           

          I think the half the problem here is we don't really use Maven internally in the project (well it's not fully Mavenised), we just upload artifacts when we release, so we're not fully in tune with the Mavenesque way of doing this

          • 2. Re: pom missing dependencies
            Bill Burke Master

            Its weird.  When I first started using maven i cursed it to death...Now I don't know what to do without it...

            • 3. Re: pom missing dependencies
              Clebert Suconic Master

              "When I first started using maven i cursed it to death...Now I don't know what to do without it..."

               

              Same with me...

               

              For instance, we have hornetq-int on trunk. Trunk is using maven, everything is allright.

               

               

              Now I have to import it to EAP. But EAP doesn't use maven. Instead of writing a 20 lines pom.xml file, I will have to debug/install the build-tragic.

               

              Build-magic is awesome when everything is in place... but boot strapping a new module with it is hard.