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1 parent 0dd5327 commit 60a94f104964b89902b8efd2fe5526a026ec9af2 @pmuir pmuir committed Nov 22, 2011
@@ -21,26 +21,28 @@
<!-- You can reference property in pom.xml or filtered resources (must
enable third-party plugin if using Maven < 2.1) -->
<maven.build.timestamp.format>yyyyMMdd'T'HHmmss</maven.build.timestamp.format>
- <!-- Specify the JBoss AS directory to be the JBOSS_HOME environment
- variable -->
- <jboss.home>${env.JBOSS_HOME}</jboss.home>
<!-- Define the version of JBoss' Java EE 6 APIs we want to import.
Any dependencies from org.jboss.spec will have their version defined by this
BOM -->
#if ($enterprise == "true" || $enterprise == "y" || $enterprise == "yes" )
<!-- Certified version of the JBoss EAP components we want to use -->
<javaee6.web.spec.version>3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1</javaee6.web.spec.version>
- <!-- Alternatively, you can use version 2.0.0.Beta1 which is based on community built dependencies.
- You can actually use this stack with any version of JBoss AS that implements the Java EE 6 web profile
+ <!-- Alternatively, comment out the above line, and un-comment the line below to
+ use version 2.0.0.Beta1 which is based on community built dependencies.
+ You can actually use this stack with any version of JBoss AS that implements
+ the Java EE 6 web profile -->
+ <!--
<javaee6.web.spec.version>2.0.0.Final</javaee6.web.spec.version>
-->
#else
<javaee6.web.spec.version>2.0.0.Final</javaee6.web.spec.version>
- <!-- Alternatively, you can use version 3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1 which is a release certified
- to work with JBoss EAP 6. It requires you have access to the JBoss EAP 6 maven repository.
+ <!-- Alternatively, comment out the above line, and un-comment the line below to
+ use version 3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1 which is a release certified
+ to work with JBoss EAP 6. It requires you have access to the JBoss EAP 6 maven repository. -->
+ <!--
<javaee6.web.spec.version>3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1</javaee6.web.spec.version>
-->
-#end
+#end
</properties>
<dependencyManagement>
@@ -26,14 +26,19 @@ $symbol_escape = '\' )
#if ($enterprise == "true" || $enterprise == "y" || $enterprise == "yes" )
<!-- Certified version of the JBoss EAP components we want to use -->
<javaee6.web.spec.version>3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1</javaee6.web.spec.version>
- <!-- Alternatively, you can use version 2.0.0.Beta1 which is based on community built dependencies.
- You can actually use this stack with any version of JBoss AS that implements the Java EE 6 web profile
+ <!-- Alternatively, comment out the above line, and un-comment the line below to
+ use version 2.0.0.Beta1 which is based on community built dependencies.
+ You can actually use this stack with any version of JBoss AS that implements
+ the Java EE 6 web profile -->
+ <!--
<javaee6.web.spec.version>2.0.0.Final</javaee6.web.spec.version>
-->
#else
<javaee6.web.spec.version>2.0.0.Final</javaee6.web.spec.version>
- <!-- Alternatively, you can use version 3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1 which is a release certified
- to work with JBoss EAP 6. It requires you have access to the JBoss EAP 6 maven repository.
+ <!-- Alternatively, comment out the above line, and un-comment the line below to
+ use version 3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1 which is a release certified
+ to work with JBoss EAP 6. It requires you have access to the JBoss EAP 6 maven repository. -->
+ <!--
<javaee6.web.spec.version>3.0.0.Beta1-redhat-1</javaee6.web.spec.version>
-->
#end

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