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Graven – The best of Apache Maven and Gradle

I’m back !!! I have a lot of things to share and I would like to restart this blog in english. I don’t yet know which frequency of publication I’ll be able to have but I will do my best to keep this blog alive.
To start I wanted to share with you something we developed few months ago with Gregory Boissinot (@gboissinot). While we were traveling everywhere in France to show Maven and Gradle in various Java User Groups we had a strange idea : “And if we tried to do a new tool taking the best of Gradle and Apache Maven”. Continue reading Graven – The best of Apache Maven and Gradle

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Maven : How mojo executions are ordered in a phase

Note that I’m switching to english for this blog entry but I’m not yet sure it will be always the case … I’m testing 🙂
After reporting a regression in M2 -> M3 upgrade (see MNG-4975) I discovered I didn’t understood how is computed the execution order of mojos in a Maven phase (Thanks Benjamin Bentmann).
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From Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus

This article was firstly published in this blog in french in May 2009 and later in english in Sonatype Blog. I put a copy here as an archive.

<disclaimer> As a member of the Archiva team (though rarely active, I admit) I will try to defend it throughout this article. However, being a professional consultant first and foremost, I hope to keep my objectivity. I’ll let you be the judge … </disclaimer>

Having recently migrated a significant number of repository servers from Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus, I would like to share with you the process I followed, some tips, and point out a few pitfalls I encountered.nexus-real-logo
A big Thank you to Tarpoon, C’est pas dur and all of my team for helping.

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