Help to get Android artifacts to be published to Maven central repository

by Manfred Moser » Thu, 12 Nov 2009 01:27:37 GMT

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 As a Maven and Android user and committer with the Maven Android
plugin I have created 
a feature request on google code to get the android jar into the maven
central repository.

More technical details are with the bugreport: 

If you are a Android or Maven user I would urge you to star the issue,
comment on it and or twitter about this.

Getting good maven support for android would be very helpful for
continuous integration builds of Android projects using Maven and
allow developers to take advantage of the many other features of Maven
improving the quality of their project.

Please help us to spread the word.


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Good luck!


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