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    Default GXT 2.0 in Maven?

    GXT 2.0 in Maven?


    Hi, as far I know GXT team posts releases to the main repository. What about subreleases like m1 and m2? May be you have local repository developers can use?

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    M1 and M2 are not subreleases. They are PREreleases and should be anywhere in such a system. I moved this to Help forum from the bug forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sven View Post
    They are PREreleases and should be anywhere in such a system.
    So, anywhere is where? Sorry for my english, but I cannot understand you.

    BTW, GWT posts theirs prereleases to central repository (http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/google/gwt/gwt-user/).

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    I mean should not be in such a system

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    Is there any plans to add release version to the Maven?

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    Just upload it to your own repo


    We just upload the binary to our own repo. You could also just install it locally if you don't have a repo.

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