On 6 Aug 2010, at 09:40, Ondřej Skutka wrote:
On Thu, 2010-08-05 at 21:39 +0100, Pete Muir wrote:
> The move is complete, and you can find the projects at http://github.com/weld/
> I would recommend http://progit.org/book/
if you are a GIT novice - we will follow
the "Integration-Manager Workflow" described therein. The integration manager is
myself, or Marius when I am on vacation.
> I have taken this opportunity to merge docs, examples, servlet support and se support
back into Weld core, as they proved to not have independent lifecycles, and thus simply
caused overhead being in separate projects. There is still some reorganization to go
through of these modules - I'll email back when this is done.
How are you going to handle examples depending on some specific
extension (from extensions module)? Or will the extensions module host
its own examples?
Ad ftest migration: We'd like to tie the ftests directly with the
examples and moreover utilize arquillian instead of cargo for the
deployment. We'll need an ftest-common artifact either in weld core or
somewhere in jboss repo (we may share this with richfaces qa team at
You could put this in http://github.com/weld/build
which is our repo for infrastructure
So we'll do some changes before moving from svn to git (and merging to
weld core). Is this ok?
Sure. There is no rush :-)
> I'll also be completing the switch to using the JBoss Maven repository.
> On 5 Aug 2010, at 19:34, Pete Muir wrote:
>> I am moving Weld core, servlet, docs, examples and se to Git NOW.
>> Please hold commits until I follow up with new urls.
>> I will hold off moving cdi-tck and cdi-api until we aren't part way through a
version (so we have some continuity of tags).
>> I'm not sure what people want to do with archetypes (Steven) and ftest (QA) -
let me know.
>> Sandbox is basically legacy stuff, so I will remove it.
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