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Author Archives: Evgeny Goldin

TeamCity artifacts: HTTP, Ant, Gradle and Maven

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In how many ways can you retrieve TeamCity artifacts? I say plenty to choose from! If you’re in a world of Java build tools then you can use plain HTTP request, Ant + Ivy, Gradle and Maven to download and use binaries produced by TeamCity build configurations. How? Read on. Build Configuration “id” Before you retrieve artifacts of any build ...

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Maven Build Dependencies

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Maven and Gradle users who are familiar with release and snapshot dependencies may not know about TeamCity snapshot dependencies or assume they’re somehow related to Maven (which isn’t true). TeamCity users who are familiar with artifact and snapshot dependencies may not know that adding an Artifactory plugin allows them to use artifact and build dependencies as well, on top of ...

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TeamCity Build Dependencies

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Introduction The subject of build dependencies is neither a trivial nor a minor one. Various build tools approach this subject from different perspectives contributing various solutions, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Maven and Gradle users who are familiar with release and snapshot dependencies may not know about TeamCity snapshot dependencies or assume they’re somehow related to Maven (which ...

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Ubuntu: Installing Apache Portable Runtime (APR) for Tomcat

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After reading “Introducing Apache Tomcat 6? presentation by Mladen Turk I decided to enable Apache Portable Runtime (APR) native library for Tomcat. It was supposed to be as easy as sudo ./configure sudo make sudo make install but as you may guess, it was a little bit more than that. 1. Installing Apache APR. “Most Linux distributions will ship packages ...

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Groovy 1.8.0 – meet JsonBuilder!

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Groovy 1.8.0 released in April brought a lot of new features to the language, one of them is native JSON support through JsonSlurper for reading JSON and JsonBuilder for writing JSON. I recently used JsonBuilder in one of my projects and initially experienced some difficulties in understanding how it operates. My assumption was that JsonBuilder works similarly to MarkupBuilder but ...

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