Maven configuration for GitHub and CloudBees
The primary goal of the Maven configuration for GitHub and CloudBees project is to provide a pom.xml and a settings.xml examples both set up for working with GitHub as git remote repository and CloudBees as maven repository.
- Download artifacts from a maven repository hosted on the CloudBees forge
- Deploy artifacts to maven repository hosted on the CloudBees forge
- Release a project hosted on GitHub with the maven release plugin
- Hosting maven site under the cloudbees-forge release repository
This readme file as well as the wiki are the best places to start learning about Hibernate Hydrate.
The GitHub CloudBees Community has already forked this project and thus could improve configuration files.
- Fork the maven-config-github-cloudbees.git repository from GitHub
- Download the fork from GitHub: git clone git://github.com//.git
- Edit the pom.xml and change ** SCM urls to your fork ** distributionManagement tags to your CloudBees private repository ** repositories tags to your CloudBees private repository
- Commit your changes then push them to GitHub
- Copy content of the settings.xml to your global or local maven settings.xml
- Change settings.xml cloudbees server credentials to your own
- Test the maven configuration file: ** mvn clean install ** mvn deploy ** mvn org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-scm-plugin:1.6:tag -Dtag=test -Dbasedir=. ** mvn release:prepare release:perform
Contributing to Maven configuration for GitHub and CloudBees
- Github is for social coding platform: if you want to write code, we encourage contributions through pull requests from forks of this repository. If you want to contribute code this way, please reference a GitHub ticket as well covering the specific issue you are addressing.