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From David Jencks <djen...@apache.org>
Subject jetspeed 2 build organization suggestions
Date Sun, 22 Aug 2004 19:00:08 GMT
I have been reviewing the jetspeed 2 build process and believe it could 
be improved in several areas.

1. using maven features appropriately within the current project 
structure.  For instance, it appears to me that using the multiproject 
plugin instead of the reactor can replace about 236 lines with 2 in the 
top level maven.xml file.

2. restructuring the project to eliminate conditionals and clarify 
dependencies.  Currently the build appears to be oriented entirely 
toward deploying on tomcat, and from my brief review this appears to 
permeate many areas of the project.  I suggest removing all such 
dependencies from  current build files and creating a new set of 
modules for each installation environment,


that will customize as appropriate for the target environment and 
provide appropriate installation tools.

Similarly, I think it might be advisable to factor out the database 
setup support into separate modules such as


I have not yet discovered to what extent the persistence support is 
pluggable, but if for instance you are using ojb via its jdo support 
the choice of jdo vendor and appropriate setup could also be isolated 
in separate modules.

I'd like to know if there are objections to this approach before I 
spend a significant amount of time experimenting with it.

Many thanks,
david jencks

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