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.
9 May 2012 6:58 AM #7
No not really...that's fine for single developer project with no CI system. Because we have corporate automated build system...all artifacts must come from Nexus server.
9 May 2012 7:03 AM #8
We do automated builds too, and there are quite a few libraries we use that are not in the maven repos. We set up a script in our CI system to run prior to build that copies those jars and runs mvn:install on them. It's straightforward. I'd argue that if such a simple inconvenience throws a wrench into your entire deal, then you've got other problems.
9 May 2012 7:07 AM #9
This discussion is way off topic...but using a corporate Maven proxy server is the Maven way, it works exceptionally well...no need to work around it.
9 May 2012 7:11 AM #10
Yea we are, I was trying to give you a suggestion. mvn:install is a feature of maven, not a workaround. Though, it does seem like your process is too rigid to accommodate an external file after all.