Maven deploy sources

Submitted by Jochus on Tue, 16/02/2010 - 23:24 | Posted in: Java

Today, I needed to deploy a 3rd party JAR file to our internal Nexus repository. The 3rd party JAR file was build from source, so I wanted to include the sources as well in our repo. I found out you can easily do this with -DperformRelease=true:

C:\Documents and Settings\jhbcrd6\Desktop\ejb3unit>mvn deploy -DperformRelease=true
...
[INFO] [deploy:deploy]
Uploading: 8< ... >8 ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp.jar
15412K uploaded  (ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp.jar)
...
[INFO] Uploading repository metadata for: 'artifact com.bm:ejb3unit'
[INFO] Uploading project information for ejb3unit 2.0.0-ctp
Uploading: 8< ... >8 ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp-sources.jar
368K uploaded  (ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp-sources.jar)
Uploading: 8< ... >8 ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp-javadoc.jar
1798K uploaded  (ejb3unit-2.0.0-ctp-javadoc.jar)

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