[Mondrian] Ready to move to maven?
tom at analytical-labs.com
Fri Jul 11 04:35:48 EDT 2014
Indeed, to put this in a very british way, I'm well up for this!
On 10/07/14 19:32, Kurtis Walker wrote:
> I pulled this down locally to try it out. The ant test target has 6
> more failures compared to current lagunitas branch. I haven't
> investigated them all, but they look to be all around file resource
> paths. Also tried the mvn test target. It resulted in 55 failures
> and 33 errors. I haven't done any investigation into those. I'll try
> to keep hacking at this in my spare cycles.
> It is nice being able to load the project in IntelliJ via the pom.
> On Wed, 2014-07-09 at 15:45 -0500, Julian Hyde wrote:
>> I have created a pull request
>> https://github.com/pentaho/mondrian/pull/358 that upgrades to maven.
>> The code builds builds from a clean sandbox and many tests pass. It
>> still uses ant for some tasks.
>> It still needs some tire-kicking before it gets committed. But since
>> I have moved a lot of files in adopting the standard maven directory
>> structure, I urge you to move on this quickly, and get it checked
>> into the lagunitas branch before other non-compatible changes are
>> made in lagunitas.
>> On Jul 9, 2014, at 11:02 AM, Will Gorman <wgorman at pentaho.com
>> <mailto:wgorman at pentaho.com>> wrote:
>>> Hi Julian,
>>> Thanks for diving back into your Maven work, now would be a perfect
>>> time to get this in as we are in the early stages of our next
>>> release cycle. I will put you in touch with our build team, they
>>> are eager to help you out here.
>>> *From:* mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org
>>> <mailto:mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org>
>>> [mailto:mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org] *On Behalf Of *Julian Hyde
>>> *Sent:* Thursday, July 03, 2014 5:42 PM
>>> *To:* Mondrian mailing list
>>> *Subject:* [Mondrian] Ready to move to maven?
>>> I migrated the lagunitas branch over to use maven rather than ant,
>>> in a branch called maven, last October. I reorganized the files into
>>> a standard maven directory structure. Everything seemed to build and
>>> run properly, and ant even continued to work.
>>> It's no surprise that bit rot has occurred. After a simple rebase of
>>> the latest lagunitas, the maven branch no longer works.
>>> Is now the right time to move to maven? I'll take the time to re-do
>>> the maven conversion if there is interest.
>>> There's some other work I'd like to do on Mondrian, but the maven
>>> conversion is a prerequisite.
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