[Webtest] [dev] Best hosting for a Maven 2 Plugin?
Peter Anning" <PAnning@dialectsolutions.com
Mon, 9 Oct 2006 08:44:39 +1000
Any more on this, I'd think that maven-plugins.sourceforge.net, it would
be built by maven so it's proximity to Webtest would not be an issue
we'd just get the dependency from the central repository.
I'd really like to get my hands on the code this week :o)
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> Hi committers & others,
> what would be the best place to put the sources of a maven 2 WebTest=20
> Ejaz Syed seems to have already a plugin he would offer as initial=20
> contribution and Peter Anning is ready to contribute too. I=20
> think that=20
> this help is welcome.
> The different possibilities I see are:
> 1- together with WebTest
> 2- as new subproject of WebTest
> 3- in maven-plugins.sourceforge.net
> 4- as new standalone project on SourceForge or somewhere else
> (1) would help to ensure that it is always uptodate but will make=20
> WebTest build process even more complicated.
> (2) would make it like upcoming WebTestClipse and WebTestRecorder.=20
> Perhaps should an lightweigt strategy be defined to avoid=20
> extra work for=20
> Canoo for each WebTest subproject
> (3) surely a great place for Maven plugins, Perhaps to far away from=20
> WebTest itself
> (4) surely the easiest way but far away from WebTest and from other=20
> Maven plugins.
> What do you think?
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