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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Works as designed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      It would be great to get MigFX2 (awesome work, by the way) into the main maven repository. As a Java.net project you can do this through sonatype hosting:

      http://java.net/projects/maven2-repository/pages/MigrationAndCleanupRelatedDocumentation

      Your POM looks to be pretty much there already so it should be pretty straight forward but give me a shout if you need any help.

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        tbee added a comment -

        I'm already deploying to a Maven repository. You just made me wonder where it goes after that...

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        tbee added a comment - I'm already deploying to a Maven repository. You just made me wonder where it goes after that...
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        tbee added a comment -

        Ah, it is in the java.net repository. Pfew. You made me worry.

        https://maven.java.net/content/repositories/snapshots/org/tbee/MigLayoutFX2/1.0-SNAPSHOT/

        Naturally still as a snapshot. Java.net is responsible for moving it over to Maven's central repository.

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        tbee added a comment - Ah, it is in the java.net repository. Pfew. You made me worry. https://maven.java.net/content/repositories/snapshots/org/tbee/MigLayoutFX2/1.0-SNAPSHOT/ Naturally still as a snapshot. Java.net is responsible for moving it over to Maven's central repository.
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        zonski added a comment -

        Ah cheers, I should have looked there. Looking forward to an official (non snapshot) release when it happens.

        So glad we will be able to use Mig in JFX - GUI building just isn't fun without Mig these days.

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        zonski added a comment - Ah cheers, I should have looked there. Looking forward to an official (non snapshot) release when it happens. So glad we will be able to use Mig in JFX - GUI building just isn't fun without Mig these days.
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        tbee added a comment -

        Wait until you find out what the side effects are of the JFX's own layout managers (which are patch in MigPane)

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        tbee added a comment - Wait until you find out what the side effects are of the JFX's own layout managers (which are patch in MigPane)

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          • Assignee:
            tbee
            Reporter:
            zonski
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