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<ivy-module version="2.0" xmlns:ea="">
<info organisation="org.apache.easyant.plugins" module="jetty-deploy" revision="0.9">
<extends organisation="org.apache.easyant.plugins" module="parent-plugin" revision="0.1" location="../parent.ivy" />
A developer-convenience module for quick war-build-and-deploy with jetty (v 6.1.4). This module will
build a webapplication (following same requirements as build-webapp-java module), launch
jetty and deploy the built application.
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The user can pass the following additional parameters for configuring the jetty run:
<li>jetty.temp.dir: Jetty temp working directory. Defaults to: target/jetty-temp.</li>
<li>jetty.xml: Jetty Configuration XML. If unspecified, defaults to standard jetty XML
shipped with jetty 6.1.4.</li>
<li>jetty.context: Context the webapplication should be deployed in. If unspecified,
defaults to Root (/)
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Each of these can be selectively overriden by the user. To override, in your module.ivy, include
a property file in the module ivy description.
<ea:build organisation="org.apache.easyant.buildtypes" module="build-std-ant-plugin" revision="0.1" />
<conf name="default" description="runtime dependencies artifact can be used with this conf" />
<conf name="test"
description="this scope indicates that the dependency is not required for normal use of the application, and is only available for the test compilation and execution phases." />
<conf name="provided"
description="this is much like compile, but indicates you expect the JDK or a container to provide it. It is only available on the compilation classpath, and is not transitive." />
<artifact type="ant" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jetty" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jetty-util" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jetty-plus" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jetty-naming" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jetty-ant" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jsp-api-2.1" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="jsp-2.1" rev="6.1.4" />
<dependency org="org.mortbay.jetty" name="servlet-api-2.5" rev="6.1.4" />