Port for Maven 3.3

horst leitenmueller horst.leitenmueller at liwest.at
Sat Oct 24 14:52:05 UTC 2015


there are many problems if you don’t have the correct maven version 
regarding jdk and so on 

i like it how it is done in macports

maven1   was 1.1 but now EOL  (http://maven.apache.org/archives/maven-1.x/)
maven2  was 2.2.1 but now EOL  (http://maven.apache.org/archives/maven-2.x/)

maven3 keeps the latest 3 version 3.3.3
maven31  keeps latest 3.1.x version 3.1.1
maven32  keeps latest 3.2.x version 3.2.5

and maven-devel  keeps the latest devel version 

hopefully information helps, in this case you can cover most things

br horst

> On 21 Oct 2015, at 14:54, Kurt Jaeger <lists at opsec.eu> wrote:
> Hi!
>> Agreed, it sounds like we need a decision on whether we want
>> devel/maven3
>> devel/maven31
>> devel/maven33 etc.
>> or 
>> devel/maven
> Yes. I'm no real maven user, so I can't contribute experience.
> The choice should be based on experience and probably some
> testing, if the dependent ports still build and run with the
> grand unified maven (which would be 3.3.x).
>>> From that ticket, there isn't a huge amount that depends on Maven so the 
>> consensus seemed to be for devel/maven. If that is the case I'll cancel my bug 
>> and try to help facilitate that. It would be good to have some goal posts 
>> agreed though, for where we need to get to for someone to be bold and just 
>> commit it. I'm new here though, so I'm not sure how this usually works.
> We try to do evidence-based computer science 8-), but have not found
> anyone who had the time/skills to build and run-test the dependent
> ports listed in
> https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=188110#c19
> Can you say something about your time-budget ? If you soon find
> the time to test, I would prefer that. Otherwise, maybe it's just time
> to jump into the abyss with 3.3.x 8-}
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