29 Apr 2012 7:56 PM #1
Sencha GXT 3.0 Maven support
Please subscribe to this forum post if you like to learn more about Sencha GXT 3.0 Maven support.Edmund Leung
Sencha Product Management
7 May 2012 7:23 AM #2
9 May 2012 5:58 AM #3
Why isn't 3.0 available yet for paid customers?
9 May 2012 6:08 AM #4
The commercially licensed release is presently available for download at http://www.sencha.com/products/gxt/download/ - the 'getting started' with a commercial license doesn't apply if you already have one, just download that and use it under your existing GXT 3 license.
Getting Maven set up is taking longer than we had anticipated, and we hope to have both the commercial and open source releases available in maven repositories soon.
9 May 2012 6:18 AM #5
I need it in maven so the manual download is a big step backwards...so we will have to wait for your maven distribution to become available unless it becomes critical here. Btw, I read that the non-gpl version will be on your private repo? Do you have the URL of that yet? (We will have to add that URL to our Nexus proxy server and I have to get IT involved to add that...I could get that part going here if you know for sure what the URL will be.)
9 May 2012 6:55 AM #6
It's inconvenient that it isn't in the repo, but you can can still use the manual download with maven. That's what the command mvn:install is for.
18 Aug 2014 8:12 AM #7
Thanks Andreas, looking into that now. We verified this at least for deploying to maven central and the commercial jar, but I'm less certain about the war file. I'll reply back shortly.
18 Aug 2014 8:45 AM #8
I've verified that the 3.1.0 and 3.1.1 jar files for the actual GXT release is correctly using the commercial license - this is typically how a project will make use of GXT, rather than using the jar embedded in the explorer.
(edit, clicked post too soon)
I likewise downloaded both 3.1.0 and 3.1.1 war files from the commercial repo, unpacked them, unpacked the gxt-3.1.x.jar file in WEB-INF/lib/, and verified the presense of license_commercial.txt (and absence of license_gpl.txt).
This all seems to be in order - can you double check your results by downloading the file directly? The only thing I can think of at this point is that you already pulled down these files from maven central (which is licensed to be open source in keeping with the spirit if not the letter of the central repo rules), and your local maven build thinks it does not need to download again from our repo since you already have the file.
19 Aug 2014 1:32 AM #9
Our company has more than 1000 employees. I don't know if someone uses GPL version of GXT. How do I get rid of this mess?