Brian needs to update richfaces quickstarts on JDF. As we know, the
merge is becoming painful and full of conflicts specially when we make
some changes on the quickstarts (bom versions, bug fixes, etc).
That's an excellent opportunity to start using git submodules and update
everything we need (readme generation scripts and jdf-site) to allow the
quickstarts on a subfolder (the git submodule folder) as we discussed on
I also discussed that we will use the git submodule pointing to a tag;
so richfaces team can control what is published.
So the reason of this email is to inform about this discussion and say
that Brian will provide a PR with this modification. After we merge the
PR, we can work together on the changes that may be necessary.
Before sending the PR, Brian warned that this organization will not
allow kitchensink-* implementations to be grouped together. Well, as I
said, that's an excellent opportunity to catch all details about the
We should talk tomorrow on #jboss-jdf and fine tune the process (which
will also help to keep modifications in sync).
Thanks everyone and thanks Brian for being a candidate.
Rafael Benevides | Senior Software Engineer
Red Hat Brazil
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I updated the POM file in the root of the quickstart directory today ran
the "mvn clean install '-Pdefault,!complex-dependencies'" command to
test that they all still compile. I discovered the
/picklink-deltaspike-authorization/ quickstart no longer compiles due to
changes in the DeltaSpike security API.
Would it be possible to set up a daily job to run this command and send
an email when errors are found?