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Re: CVS and Jar files: Should you import Jar into the Repository? Why or
Re: CVS and Jar files: Should you import Jar into the Repository? Why or why not
Wed, 6 Mar 2002 10:50:21 -0800
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>We do quite lot of Java developpement with CVS and we handle jars like this :
>1) Jars that _we generate_ are not stored in CVS, only the sources are.
>2) 3rd party Jars that we use are stored on an internal web server (one
>directory per jar with a sub directory per version)
>3) We use an ANT build script to obtain the required jars from the web
>server at build time (this build script - XML file _is_ stored in CVS)
>4) Sometimes our output jars are in fact input to other products, in this
>case we upload them to the web server so that other projects can get them.
In other words, you grew an ad-hoc versioning system for non-ASCII sources.
Many of us find this type of solution to be unacceptable for a myriad of
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