Creating the Tag

Prerequisites:

1) Remove any vestigal references to org.apache.maven.plugins maven-pluto-plugin. This was caused by an incorrect <groupId> that appeared a while back in the Pluto POM. Once you remove these references, they shouldn't come back:

      <pluginGroups>
           <pluginGroup>org.apache.pluto</pluginGroup>
      </pluginGroups>

The Maven 2 release plugin is used to create the tag. The Maven 2 assembly plugin is used to create the binary and source distributions.

/!\ TODO: fix paths

With Maven 2, creating the tag and creating the distributions occur at the same time. When the release plugin is run, be sure to activate the assembly profile (using -Passembly,build-assemblies on the command line). When the assembly and build-assemblies profiles are activated, the distributions will be generated in assembly/target/assembly/out.

The release plugin will (not in this exact order, but close):

1. Make sure you have an up-to-date copy of trunk checked out, and that you don't have any pending changes.

svn up
svn st

2. Run mvn -Passembly release:prepare

You should see your new tag appear under tags. You should see a commit that look something like:

esm@clue:~$ svn log https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/portals/pluto/tags --limit 1
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r506076 | esm | 2007-02-11 12:29:23 -0500 (Sun, 11 Feb 2007) | 1 line

[maven-scm] copy for tag pluto-1.1.0
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