[mojo-dev] [jira] Assigned: (MOJO-7) Create and maintain an M2 implementation of a maven webstart (JNLP) plugin.

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[mojo-dev] [jira] Assigned: (MOJO-7) Create and maintain an M2 implementation of a maven webstart (JNLP) plugin.

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     [ http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MOJO-7?page=all ]

Brett Porter reassigned MOJO-7:
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    Assign To: Jerome Lacoste  (was: Corridor Software Developer)

> Create and maintain an M2 implementation of a maven webstart (JNLP) plugin.
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>          Key: MOJO-7
>          URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MOJO-7
>      Project: Mojo
>         Type: New Feature
>  Environment: n/a
>     Reporter: Corridor Software Developer
>     Assignee: Jerome Lacoste
>     Priority: Minor

>
> Original Estimate: 2 weeks
>         Remaining: 2 weeks
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> I am finding a need for an M2 plugin which may be used to extend a Java Webapp project to include other projects' jar artifacts as Java Webstart applications, include Sun's suggested JNLP servlet and library resolution implementations and update the web.xml file accordingly.
> * This plugin would only be usable on a project which produces a webapp.
> * The plugin would rely on the existing dependency management f(x) to include those jars which contain the action client side application code.
> * Multiple applications would be deployable in a single webapp.
> * The web deployment descriptor would be updated so the user would have to expend minimal effort to get a webstart application to work properly.
> * The plugin would produce a jnlp descriptor which properly refers to the client side app's library dependencies by version.
> I'll update the Plugin Matrix to indicate that this plugin is being developed, and will attach the plugin to this ticket when it is completed and tested. Also interested in maintaining it for the foreseeable future.

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