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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: JRuby 0.9.8
    • Component/s: Embedding, Miscellaneous
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      Description

      Work to create a Maven 2 plugin for JRuby, allowing JRuby to be used and embedded in Maven 2 projects. This will be the base upon which the testsuites will be created and automated.

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        Eric Redmond added a comment - One already exists: http://svn.codehaus.org/mojo/trunk/mojo/mojo-sandbox/jruby-maven-plugin/
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        Nick Sieger added a comment -

        That's interesting. Do you have more documentation or examples somewhere? I think we're trying to do two separate things with our plugins. Yours appears to allow you to use (J)Ruby as a language in which to write mojos. Mine is more of a launcher/helper that uses some of the features I just built into trunk. For example, the RakeMojo allows you to attach and run a Rakefile to any phase of a project's build.

        I can rename mine away from the current name to avoid confusion. Is there room in the world for both plugins?

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        Nick Sieger added a comment - That's interesting. Do you have more documentation or examples somewhere? I think we're trying to do two separate things with our plugins. Yours appears to allow you to use (J)Ruby as a language in which to write mojos. Mine is more of a launcher/helper that uses some of the features I just built into trunk. For example, the RakeMojo allows you to attach and run a Rakefile to any phase of a project's build. I can rename mine away from the current name to avoid confusion. Is there room in the world for both plugins?
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        Eric Redmond added a comment -

        There is always room for more functionality. Why not just add your mojos to the existing jruby-maven-plugin? I suggest this, because ultimately, the JRuby plugin will likely be added into the core Maven plugin set, like Beanshell or Ant support.

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        Eric Redmond added a comment - There is always room for more functionality. Why not just add your mojos to the existing jruby-maven-plugin? I suggest this, because ultimately, the JRuby plugin will likely be added into the core Maven plugin set, like Beanshell or Ant support.
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        Nick Sieger added a comment -

        That's a good idea, maybe I'll do that. I'm relying on unreleased functionality in the mojos right now, so maybe I'll keep it in JRuby svn for now, and move it over after 0.9.3.

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        Nick Sieger added a comment - That's a good idea, maybe I'll do that. I'm relying on unreleased functionality in the mojos right now, so maybe I'll keep it in JRuby svn for now, and move it over after 0.9.3.

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            Nick Sieger
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            Nick Sieger
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