[forge-dev] JBoss Stacks: Requirements
benevides at redhat.com
Mon Jul 30 09:51:04 EDT 2012
We only want to know if you approve that. And will be helpful if you
send the groupid:artifactId of the archetypes you want to include also :D
I'll do the rest.
Rafael Benevides | Senior Software Engineer
Red Hat Brazil
Better technology. Faster innovation. Powered by community collaboration.
See how it works at redhat.com
Em 30-07-2012 10:36, Jay Balunas escreveu:
> On Jul 30, 2012, at 9:12 AM, Rafael Benevides wrote:
>> Hi Everybody,
>> Jay, Jonathan, Brian
>> We are cataloging the Archetypes on JDF (as you can see on Pete's
>> email below).
>> Part of the Job was done
>> - Get the YAML file format -
>> - YAML file Parser -
>> Those informations (BOMs, Runtimes, Archetypes) will be presented on
>> JDF site. A preview can be found here:
>> So the main point is: Do you want the errai, html5 and richfaces
>> archetypes included also ?
> What would be needed to get them there? Depending on this, I think it
> would be good to include these archetypes in the list.
>> Thank you
>> Rafael Benevides | Senior Software Engineer
>> Red Hat Brazil
>> Better technology. Faster innovation. Powered by community collaboration.
>> See how it works atredhat.com <http://redhat.com>
>> Em 02-07-2012 19:33, Pete Muir escreveu:
>>> I chatted with Max at JBoss World about requirements for what I'm code-naming JBoss Stacks, which is a really an extension of the JBoss BOMs project.
>>> The JBoss Stacks project takes all the BOMs, all the archetypes, and all the runtimes, and identifies which work with which. This can then be used by tools (like JBDS, Forge, Maven plugins) to correctly configure users projects.
>>> The stacks project requires 3 different dictionaries:
>>> * available BOMs
>>> * available archetypes
>>> * available runtimes
>>> and the ability to see the intersection between these things (i.e. if I'm on runtime version 1.2.3.Final, what BOMs are possible, what BOM is recommended, what archetypes are available, what is recommended).
>>> The runtime should include a download URL, so that plugins such as James' AS plugin for forge can download it. It should also contain a some options. I'm not sure exactly what is needed here, but James can provide details and what makes most sense.
>>> The runtimes should include what type they are (e.g. JBoss AS, EAP) to allow categorisation, filtering, sorting
>>> The Yaml parser in use should be pluggable, to avoid introducing uncessary extra dependencies
>>> There should be a recommended runtime per major version and per minor version (so you can say "I want JBoss AS 7" and you get back AS 7.1.1.Final or you can say "I want JBoss AS 7.0" and you get back 7.0.2.Final).
>>> We're going to need to be careful about compat, eventually, so we need to get everything in there, and get it right. We'll have a long beta cycle ;-)
>>> There will be a client utility, written in Java. This should be a single source file, which projects can copy in. It must have no dependencies other than a Yaml parser.
>>> I think Rafael is going to take the lead on this. But we'll decide on Monday next week.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the forge-dev