I have some .NET projects that are starting to get large enough to merit looking into Dependency Management solutions, so we don't have to copy binaries from one project to another. Here's what I've ...
One of the jar files that I use in my code is not in the maven repository(and yes I tried to avoid using it). I have installed it locally so when I build the project it gets picked up by maven. I also ...
TL;DR: Why use something like Apache Archiva or Sonatype Nexus as an artifact repository instead of Subversion? The build system I use currently has a lot of binary blobs (images, sound files, ...
I'm currently trying to make a case for adopting dependency management for builds (ala Maven, Ivy, NuGet) and creating an internal repository for shared modules, of which we have over a dozen ...
I need some best practices or experiences of developer teams who had to treat the same issues I have at the moment =) Our company is developing a client software for years. The one and only ...
I was looking for some answers in SO or here, but without any results, that's why I would ask you. Let's assume I have a two different projects - for example server part and client part of an app. ...
I've used various dependency management tools for installing software: homebrew, cabal, rubygems, etc. Invariably, despite someone's simple instructions for installing their package, there are times ...
I just started a new job as a developer in an organizational unit which is responsible for development and maintenance of several small Java applications. Just like most other Java apps out there, ...