Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Infinispan Archetype 1.0.19 Released

I’m pleased to announce that we have just released version 1.0.19 of the infinispan-archetype. This release focuses on making the archetype compatible with Infinispan 9.0 as well as adding a store archetype for creating custom cache writer/loader implementations.

Archetype Usage

To utilise the archetypes use the following commands:

Contributing

If you encounter any issues with the archetypes, or would like to request additional archetypes, please raise an issue on GitHub.

Posted by Ryan Emerson on 2017-04-11
Tags: maven archetypes release

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Infinispan project versioning change

Mainly for consistency reason, starting with the next Infinispan releases, we’ll switch to JBoss' release naming conventions. In practical terms this means that the names of the releases(Maven artifacts, JIRA) would be different. E.g.

Old release name New release name

5.2.0.ALPHA2

5.2.0.Alpha3

5.1.0.BETA1

5.2.0.Beta1

5.1.0.CR1

5.2.0.CR1

5.1.0.FINAL

5.2.0.Final

The names of the releases in JIRA have also been changed startting with 5.1.2.Alpha3.

Cheers,

Mircea 

Posted by Mircea Markus on 2012-08-22
Tags: release versioning maven

Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Maven Archetypes

To help you jump-start a new project using Infinispan, we now have Maven Archetypes you can use.  If you don’t know what a Maven Archetype is, you should read this article which explains archetypes in more detail.  Of course, this assumes that you are using Maven as a build tool.

We’ve created two separate archetypes for Infinispan.  The first sets you up with a clean, new directory structure and sample code for a new Infinispan project, including sample configuration files and skeleton code, as well as a Maven pom.xml descriptor containing all necessary dependencies.

The second archetype is targeted towards people using Infinispan and want to report bugs and contribute tests to the project.  It sets up a new project with a skeleton functional test, including all of Infinispan’s test helper utilities to simulate network setup and failure from within a test.  More important, the generated skeleton test is structured such that it can easily be assimilated into Infinispan’s core test suite if necessary.

For more information on these archetypes, including a simple step-by-step guide, read http://community.jboss.org/wiki/InfinispanMavenArchetypes

Enjoy

Manik

Posted by Manik Surtani on 2010-12-14
Tags: archetype maven

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