Advice + proposals regarding automodule naming
brianf at infinity.nu
Fri Feb 24 19:13:29 UTC 2017
Ah good question. I looked back at what my guys sent me: "The counts we
provided are for total GA and unique artifactId" which means the classified
artifacts (sources and javadoc) were not counted. I'm not sure the Sources
and Javadoc plugins insert the properties into there. For projects that do
produce executable jars that are classified, the maven-jar-plugin would
have been used so those would still have the pom.properities in it. In
other words, its a function of which plugin created the jar (jar, sources,
javadoc) and not if it has a classifier or not.
On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 1:27 PM, <mark.reinhold at oracle.com> wrote:
> 2017/2/24 9:56:20 -0800, brianf at infinity.nu:
> > We maintain a separate database of the complete list of all files
> > (recursively unpacked and hashed) that drives our Lifecycle suite of
> > products, so the count of pom.properties came from here. My guess is that
> > since the internal maven isn't likely a full mirror, there's just a
> > skew there.
> Did you count every JAR file, or did you exclude JAR files with
> non-empty classifiers (e.g., sources and javadoc)?
> - Mark
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