juli_Hi everybody. I'm trying to create and install Maven POMs for the osgi framework (libequinox-osgi-java) according to http://wiki.debian.org/Java/MavenRepoHelper.13:04
juli_I've never done this before so need some review and help. Could someone take a look at debdiff I created for this package: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eclipse/+bug/59803913:04
ubot2Launchpad bug 598039 in eclipse (Ubuntu) "add maven poms and register jars in maven-repo (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Low,New]13:04
sbrAny meeting?16:08
ttxjuli_: I have no expertise on that and never did it. If I was, I'd follow http://lists.debian.org/debian-java/2010/06/msg00102.html16:33
juli_ttx, thanks I'll read this source. Actually now i have a choice either to write ant build for new libraries(packages) I need to package or try to use Maven approach16:39
ttxjuli_: looking up this email it sounds pretty easy16:39
ttxI've yet to use it16:39
juli_ttx, the most difficalt part is to write pom files for equinox-osgi:(16:40
juli_since equinox doesn't use maven16:41
juli_ttx, what do you do in ubuntu for new packages? are you using maven or trying to write ant build if it is easier?16:42
ttxI used to do the ant way16:43
ttxbut reading up this email I'd at least try the maven way.16:43
juli_ttx, I have to improve eclipse/libequinox-osgi-java package at first and now it doesn't seem to be easy16:44
ttxjuli_: java is never easy, you should know that by now :)16:44
juli_ttx, anyway thank you. I'll try the maven way a bit more and if give up use ant:)16:45
juli_ttx, java is easy, java in Linux packaging is not easy:)16:45
nthykierjuli_: Hey, regarding the maven pom patch for libequinox-osgi-java; I think you are missing both some internal and external dependencies (granted the packages does as well). e.g.  o.e.osgi.services depends on o.e.osgi, but also libservlet2.X-java (javax.servlet, javax.servlet.http)22:22
nthykieranyhow, I am off for today; I assigned myself to the bug.22:34

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