How do I build a Grinder release with Maven?

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How do I build a Grinder release with Maven?

grinderdev.10.mattsson
Hi, I have cloned the Grinders git repository a while back so I'm working with version 3.11-SNAPSHOT. 
Now I want to build a grinder.jar file from the source but I can't figure out how to do it with maven. 

I have tried to run mvn release:prepare in the grinder-parent directory but that fails due to a gpg failure: '*gpg: skipped "[hidden email]": secret key not available'
How should I prepare the secret key?

Is mvn release:perform the correct way to build the grinder.jar file and get the dependencies into a lib directory?
/Ola

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Re: How do I build a Grinder release with Maven?

Philip Aston-2
On 19/03/13 15:35, [hidden email] wrote:
Hi, I have cloned the Grinders git repository a while back so I'm working with version 3.11-SNAPSHOT. 
Now I want to build a grinder.jar file from the source but I can't figure out how to do it with maven. 

I have tried to run mvn release:prepare in the grinder-parent directory but that fails due to a gpg failure: '*gpg: skipped "[hidden email]": secret key not available'
How should I prepare the secret key?

Is mvn release:perform the correct way to build the grinder.jar file and get the dependencies into a lib directory?
/Ola

The release target is for producing a formal release to the public mvn repositories.

Try

    mvn package

- Phil

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