By and large you'll have to *create* a pom, and the layout of seam-gen is not that of a typical maven project, not sure if that presents a unique challenge or not.
I'd like to start implementing a Seam 2 -> Seam 3 plugin for Forge, so that we can give people *Something* to get started with this process. My vision at this point is to specify a list of tasks for the plugin to perform, E.g.
In order to accomplish this, having never used Seam 2, I need a few things:
- Updating the POM to include new dependencies
- Replacing Seam 2 annotations with Seam 3 annotations
- Getting basic configuration files set up
- Doing some static code analysis in order to print a list of tasks that need to be done by hand (sort of a "what do I have left?")
As soon as I have these things, I will get started, and anyone who wants to help out and work on this as well is more than welcome to join me!
- A list of APIs and which Seam 3 feature replaces it - this includes annotations, static classes, and injected interfaces/classes.
- A test project with all of these features (or at least a lot of them.)
Lincoln Baxter, III
"Keep it Simple"
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