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Apache Maven 2

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Claimed by Apache Software Foundation Analyzed 11 months ago

1.03M lines of code

54 current contributors

12 months since last commit

1,160 users on Open Hub

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M2Eclipse: Maven Integration for Eclipse

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Claimed by Eclipse Foundation Analyzed about 1 month ago

101K lines of code

5 current contributors

about 2 months since last commit

210 users on Open Hub

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Nexus

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  Analyzed 2 months ago

Nexus is a powerful and robust Maven repository manager, created to provide reliable access to artifacts required for development and provisioning. Maven's central repository has always served as a great convenience for users of Maven, but it has always been recommended to maintain your own ... [More] repositories to ensure stability within your organization. Nexus greatly simplifies the maintenance of your own internal repositories and access to external repositories. With Nexus you can completely control access to, and deployment of, every artifact in your organization from a single location. [Less]

21.5K lines of code

1 current contributors

3 months since last commit

82 users on Open Hub

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Apache Continuum

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Claimed by Apache Software Foundation Analyzed 12 months ago

Continuum is a continuous integration server for building Java based projects. It supports a wide range of projects.

463K lines of code

1 current contributors

about 2 years since last commit

59 users on Open Hub

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3.85
   
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MojoHaus

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

MojoHaus is the home for non-core non-ASL licensed Maven Plugins.

264K lines of code

69 current contributors

3 months since last commit

57 users on Open Hub

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Apache Archiva

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Claimed by Apache Software Foundation Analyzed 3 months ago

Apache Archiva is an extensible repository management software that helps taking care of your own personal or enterprise-wide build artifact repository. It is the perfect companion for build tools such as Maven, Continuum, and ANT. Archiva offers several capabilities, amongst which remote ... [More] repository proxying, security access management, build artifact storage, delivery, browsing, indexing and usage reporting, extensible scanning functionality... and many more! In case you were wondering, it is pronounced [ahr-kahy-vuh], like archive but with an a! [Less]

312K lines of code

5 current contributors

7 months since last commit

46 users on Open Hub

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M2E Android Configurator

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

The Android Configurator is an Maven Integration for Eclipse (m2e) plug-in that adds maven support for Android Developer Tools (ADT) and the Maven Android Plugin.

7.8K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

29 users on Open Hub

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Cargo

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  Analyzed about 1 month ago

Cargo is a thin wrapper around existing containers (e.g. J2EE containers). It provides different APIs to easily manipulate containers. Cargo features: * A Java API to start/stop/configure Java Containers. * A Java API to (remotely or locally) deploy modules into these containers, be it a ... [More] server alone, a farm or a cluster. * A Java API to parse/create/merge J2EE modules. * ANT tasks wrapping the Java API for configuring, starting, stopping and deploying applications to all supported containers. * A Web interface that wraps the Java API that can be used to configure, start and stop all containers supported by Cargo remotely and at any time. * Maven2/Maven3 plugins wrapping the Java API for configuring, starting, stopping and deploying applications to all supported containers. [Less]

118K lines of code

9 current contributors

about 2 months since last commit

29 users on Open Hub

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3.7
   
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StatSVN

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

StatSVN retrieves information from a Subversion repository and generates various tables and charts describing the project development. * Timeline for the lines of code * Lines of code for each developer * Activity by Clock time * Authors Activity * Author activity per ... [More] Module * Author Most Recent Commits with links to ViewVc * Stats per directory * Average file size * Files with most revisions * Directory Sizes * Repository Tags Number of LOC per version. * Repository tree with file count and lines of code * LOC and Churn the evolution of LOC and the amount of change per day * Repo Map the dynamic hierarchical view of your repo for the last 30 days The current version of StatSVN generates a static suite of HTML or XDOC documents [Less]

48.4K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 7 years since last commit

26 users on Open Hub

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4.0
   
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docbkx-tools

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Docbkx Tools(Latest version: 2.0.10) What is it?The Docbkx Tools project provides a number of tools supporting DocBook in a Maven environment. This may seem odd to you, since 1) Maven 2 is supposed to support DocBook natively, relying on Doxia, and 2) there is already another DocBook ... [More] plugin at mojo.codehaus.org. The thruth however is that DocBook support in Doxia is fairly limited, mainly because Doxia as a framework supports only a small fraction of the concepts found in DocBook. The subset of DocBook supported by Doxia is not even close to simplified DocBook. The DocBook plugin at mojo.codehaus.org is supporting a wider range of DocBook markup, and is in fact more similar to the DocBook tools provided with this project. There are however some significant differences. Differences with other Maven pluginsThe focus is on ease of use. You should not be required to install additional stuff to your hard disk in order to generate content from your DocBook sources. Simply adding a reference to the plugin in your POM should be sufficient. This project focuses on providing dedicated support for particular DocBook XSL stylesheet distributions. That means you can rely on the dedicated parameterization mechanism of Maven Plugins to pass in the XSLT parameters defined for a particular version and type of XSLT stylesheet. In the DocBook Plugin found at mojo.codehaus.org, you will be required to download a specific version of the DocBook XSL stylesheets manually. The plugins packaged contain the stylesheets as well. (In this project, a particular version of the stylesheets is closely tied to a particular version of the plugin. That you means you can always rely on the plugin's documentation to know which parameters you could pass in.) The DocBook plugin found at mojo.codehaus.org requires you to have access to the Internet in order allow the plugin to resolve URI's. The plugins provided in this project act differently: if your DocBook sources are referening to a DTD, then you can simply add a dependency to a jar file containing the DTD and related entities, and the plugin will make sure that all references will be resolved correctly. How does this compare the DocBook Tools at SourceForge?This project builds on these tools; the main purpose is to provide something that integrates easily with Maven based builds. I want to know moreFind the User Guide of the Maven Docbkx Plugin http://docbkx-tools.sourceforge.net/docbkx-maven-plugin/plugin-info.html. [Less]

12.5K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 2 years since last commit

24 users on Open Hub

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4.0
   
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