Commit 14b4b613 authored by Emmanuel Bourg's avatar Emmanuel Bourg

New upstream release (2.5)

Added the missing --java-lib flag to libmaven-clean-plugin-java.poms
Updated Standards-Version to 3.9.4 (no changes)
debian/copyright: Updated the Format URI to 1.0
parent fceafc92
maven-clean-plugin (2.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
* Added the missing --java-lib flag to libmaven-clean-plugin-java.poms
* Updated Standards-Version to 3.9.4 (no changes)
* debian/copyright: Updated the Format URI to 1.0
-- Emmanuel Bourg <ebourg@apache.org> Fri, 24 May 2013 17:39:24 +0200
maven-clean-plugin (2.3-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Team upload.
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......@@ -2,12 +2,13 @@ Source: maven-clean-plugin
Section: java
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Debian Java Maintainers <pkg-java-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Uploaders: Torsten Werner <twerner@debian.org>, Ludovic Claude <ludovic.claude@laposte.net>
Uploaders: Torsten Werner <twerner@debian.org>, Ludovic Claude <ludovic.claude@laposte.net>,
Emmanuel Bourg <ebourg@apache.org>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 7), cdbs, default-jdk, maven-debian-helper (>= 1.4)
Build-Depends-Indep: libmaven-file-management-java, libmaven2-core-java, libplexus-utils-java,
libmaven-plugin-testing-java, default-jdk-doc, libmaven2-core-java-doc,
libplexus-utils-java-doc, libmaven-javadoc-plugin-java, libmaven-plugin-tools-java
Standards-Version: 3.9.2
Standards-Version: 3.9.4
Vcs-Svn: svn://svn.debian.org/svn/pkg-java/trunk/maven-clean-plugin
Vcs-Browser: http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/pkg-java/trunk/maven-clean-plugin/
Homepage: http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-clean-plugin/
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Format: http://dep.debian.net/deps/dep5/
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/
Upstream-Name: Maven Clean Plugin
Upstream-Contact: Jesse McConnell as
Source: http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-clean-plugin/
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# Format of this file is:
# <path to pom file> [option]*
# where option can be:
# --ignore: ignore this POM or
# --ignore: ignore this POM and its artifact if any
# --ignore-pom: don't install the POM. To use on POM files that are created
# temporarily for certain artifacts such as Javadoc jars. [mh_install, mh_installpoms]
# --no-parent: remove the <parent> tag from the POM
# --package=<package>: an alternative package to use when installing this POM
# and its artifact
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# --keep-elements=<elem1,elem2>: a list of XML elements to keep in the POM
# during a clean operation with mh_cleanpom or mh_installpom
# --artifact=<path>: path to the build artifact associated with this POM,
# it will be installed when using the command mh_install
# it will be installed when using the command mh_install. [mh_install]
# --java-lib: install the jar into /usr/share/java to comply with Debian
# packaging guidelines
# --usj-name=<name>: name to use when installing the library in /usr/share/java
# --usj-version=<version>: version to use when installing the library in /usr/share/java
# --no-usj-versionless: don't install the versionless link in /usr/share/java
# --dest-jar=<path>: the destination for the real jar
# it will be installed with mh_install.
# --dest-jar=<path>: the destination for the real jar.
# It will be installed with mh_install. [mh_install]
# --classifier=<classifier>: Optional, the classifier for the jar. Empty by default.
# --ignore-pom: don't install the POM with mh_install or mh_installpoms. To use with POM files that are created
# temporarily for certain artifacts such as Javadoc jars.
# --site-xml=<location>: Optional, the location for site.xml if it needs to be installed.
# Empty by default. [mh_install]
#
pom.xml --no-parent --has-package-version
pom.xml --no-parent --has-package-version --java-lib
# Maven clean ignore rules - ignore some Maven dependencies and plugins
# during the clean phase of a Maven build
# Format of this file is:
# [group] [artifact] [type] [version] [classifier] [scope]
# where each element can be either
# - the exact string, for example org.apache for the group, or 3.1
# for the version. In this case, the element is simply matched
# and left as it is
# - * (the star character, alone). In this case, anything will
# match and be left as it is. For example, using * on the
# position of the artifact field will match any artifact id
# All elements much match before a rule can be applied
# Example rule: match jar with groupid= junit, artifactid= junit
# and version starting with 3., this dependency is then removed
# from the POM before mvn clean is called
# junit junit jar s/3\\..*/3.x/
# Maven ignore rules - ignore some Maven dependencies and plugins
# Format of this file is:
# [group] [artifact] [type] [version] [classifier] [scope]
# where each element can be either
# - the exact string, for example org.apache for the group, or 3.1
# for the version. In this case, the element is simply matched
# and left as it is
# - * (the star character, alone). In this case, anything will
# match and be left as it is. For example, using * on the
# position of the artifact field will match any artifact id
# All elements much match before a rule can be applied
# Example rule: match jar with groupid= junit, artifactid= junit
# and version starting with 3., this dependency is then removed
# from the POM
# junit junit jar s/3\\..*/3.x/
# Maven published rules - additional rules to publish, to help
# the packaging work of Debian maintainers using mh_make
# Format of this file is:
# [group] [artifact] [type] [version] [classifier] [scope]
# where each element can be either
# - the exact string, for example org.apache for the group, or 3.1
# for the version. In this case, the element is simply matched
# and left as it is
# - * (the star character, alone). In this case, anything will
# match and be left as it is. For example, using * on the
# position of the artifact field will match any artifact id
# - a regular expression of the form s/match/replace/
# in this case, elements that match are transformed using
# the regex rule.
# All elements much match before a rule can be applied
# Example rule: match jar with groupid= junit, artifactid= junit
# and version starting with 3., replacing the version with 3.x
# junit junit jar s/3\\..*/3.x/
# Maven rules - transform Maven dependencies and plugins
# Format of this file is:
# [group] [artifact] [type] [version] [classifier] [scope]
# where each element can be either
# - the exact string, for example org.apache for the group, or 3.1
# for the version. In this case, the element is simply matched
# and left as it is
# - * (the star character, alone). In this case, anything will
# match and be left as it is. For example, using * on the
# position of the artifact field will match any artifact id
# - a regular expression of the form s/match/replace/
# in this case, elements that match are transformed using
# the regex rule.
# All elements much match before a rule can be applied
# Example rule: match jar with groupid= junit, artifactid= junit
# and version starting with 3., replacing the version with 3.x
# junit junit jar s/3\\..*/3.x/
org.apache.maven.shared file-management jar s/.*/debian/ * *
s/org.apache.maven.shared/org.apache.maven.plugin-testing/ maven-plugin-testing-harness * s/.*/debian/ * *
s/org.apache.maven.shared/org.apache.maven.plugin-testing/ maven-plugin-testing-tools * s/.*/debian/ * *
s/org.apache.maven.shared/org.apache.maven.plugin-testing/ maven-plugin-testing * s/.*/debian/ * *
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