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Re: [cbi-dev] Using signing webservice outside of eclipse


Am 01.03.2016 um 15:47 schrieb david.w.smiley@xxxxxxxxx:

Hello Dennis,

Hi David,


I recently did my first release as an Eclipse/LocationTech project and I had to tackle this.  I have a special Hudson Job I invoke purely for signing purposes, along with some info in my pom.xml fully contained in a profile.  I Tell the job to archive the pom.xml and all jar's it generates.  After the job completes, I download a zip archive of these things.  Then I sign each file with gpg.  Then I create a jar of all these files together, a so-called "bundle" and then upload this to Sonatype.  See:


It's really not bad.  I'm even able to partially make use of Maven's convenient "release" plugin; just not the perform phase.

That sounds interesting too. We are planing to produce a maintenance release this week, but Iâm afraid all the setup and access
granting may take a while. So maybe your way is a good start solution for us to create a âpreviewâ signed maintenance release.

Thanks for your suggestions,
Dennis.


I have notes on Spatial4j's release process here:
https://github.com/locationtech/spatial4j/blob/master/devnotes.md

~ David

On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 2:53 AM Dennis HÃbner <dennis.huebner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi guys,
is it possible to use the eclipse signing webservice (tycho maven plugin) from outside of eclipse infra?

Im trying to sign our xtext maven artifacts with eclipse signature before uploading them to maven central.
I canât run the deployment build on eclipse HIPP because I canât share my maven central authentication data
and PGP signatur on a âsharedâ HIPP.

Somebody already tried this?

Best regards,
Dennis HÃbner

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