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    • Type: Task Task
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.1
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0-beta-5
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      Description

      Add examples and FAQs, pass docck, fix navigation and home page to conform with plugin documentation standards.

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        John Tolentino added a comment -

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        Natalie Burdick added a comment -

        below are my suggested edits, and a question on terminology

        http://people.apache.org/~jtolentino/maven-release-plugin/index.html

        Maven Release Plugin

        This plugin is used to release a project with Maven, saving a lot of repetitive, manual work. Releasing a project takes two steps: prepare and perform. [are these steps/goals or tasks?would be good to use consistent terms -- also in goals there are three listed and below under examples there are even more -- ]

        Usage

        Instructions on how to use the Maven Release Plugin can be found here.

        Examples

        To provide you with better understanding on some working scenarios for the Maven Release Plugin, you can take a look into the following examples:

        • Perform Release
        • Prepare Release
        • Generate Release POMs
        • Lock Files During Release
        • Run Additional Goals Before Commit

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        http://people.apache.org/~jtolentino/maven-release-plugin/faq.html - suggested text/language edits:

        1. When releasing from a parent pom, will all the sub-project modules use the same release version and dev version as the parent?

        When releasing from a parent pom, will all the sub-project modules use the same release version and dev version as the parent?

        No, the Maven Release Plugin will prompt for each sub-project's version information.

        [Key is whenever asking a question, don't use negative - 'won't', and always put the actual answer - 'No' in this case, in the response]

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        Natalie Burdick added a comment - below are my suggested edits, and a question on terminology http://people.apache.org/~jtolentino/maven-release-plugin/index.html Maven Release Plugin This plugin is used to release a project with Maven, saving a lot of repetitive, manual work. Releasing a project takes two steps: prepare and perform. [are these steps/goals or tasks?would be good to use consistent terms -- also in goals there are three listed and below under examples there are even more -- ] Usage Instructions on how to use the Maven Release Plugin can be found here. Examples To provide you with better understanding on some working scenarios for the Maven Release Plugin, you can take a look into the following examples: Perform Release Prepare Release Generate Release POMs Lock Files During Release Run Additional Goals Before Commit --------------------------- http://people.apache.org/~jtolentino/maven-release-plugin/faq.html - suggested text/language edits: 1. When releasing from a parent pom, will all the sub-project modules use the same release version and dev version as the parent? When releasing from a parent pom, will all the sub-project modules use the same release version and dev version as the parent? No, the Maven Release Plugin will prompt for each sub-project's version information. [Key is whenever asking a question, don't use negative - 'won't', and always put the actual answer - 'No' in this case, in the response]

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            John Tolentino
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            John Tolentino
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