How to apply maven build system (Was: How to use Debian packaged freehep instead of upstream provided freehep.jar)
inspired by some hints about Java packaging I tried another package. It
is called patristic (just another biological phylogeny software). It
comes just with a directory full of *.java files and the binary download
just tells in what directory layout the classes should end up. Chances
to contact upstream seem low (Homepage mentioned on the scientific
publication page is not available any more). So I decided to start
some maven training and did
> Anyway, unfortunately, you still have to put hands on upstream's code,
> because maven requires the projects it's working on to have a specific
> directory structure.
That's fine in the case of patristic - I'd need to repack the code in
any case - so why not applying the maven directory layout?
I'm actually not very keen on really using maven as long as I can
get the package working at all - but I actually have no real clue
what command line would trigger the build process (and upstream)
seems to be dead. So in principle the most simple help would be
a command line which builds the JAR.
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