Thread overview
What is the LDC organization / product name?
Nov 06
kinke
November 06
Hi,

to use LDC within in house products I have to upload LDC to an internal Nexus (Maven) repository. I need to specify a group Id which should follow the structure: organization + "download" + product name.

For DMD I used
group id: org.dlang.download.dmd
version: 2.076.1

Is the product ldc or ldc2? The actual release files indicates ldc2 while other parts indicates ldc. What would you use as organization?

My current idea is to use as
group id: com.github/ldc-developers.download.ldc2
version: 1.5.0

Kind regards
André

November 06
On Monday, 6 November 2017 at 13:02:46 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
> Hi,
>
> to use LDC within in house products I have to upload LDC to an internal Nexus (Maven) repository. I need to specify a group Id which should follow the structure: organization + "download" + product name.
>
> For DMD I used
> group id: org.dlang.download.dmd
> version: 2.076.1
>
> Is the product ldc or ldc2? The actual release files indicates ldc2 while other parts indicates ldc. What would you use as organization?
>
> My current idea is to use as
> group id: com.github/ldc-developers.download.ldc2
> version: 1.5.0
>
> Kind regards
> André

I'd suggest `org.ldc-developers.download.ldc`, but as it's for internal use only, it shouldn't really matter.
November 06
On Monday, 6 November 2017 at 18:53:30 UTC, kinke wrote:
> On Monday, 6 November 2017 at 13:02:46 UTC, Andre Pany wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> to use LDC within in house products I have to upload LDC to an internal Nexus (Maven) repository. I need to specify a group Id which should follow the structure: organization + "download" + product name.
>>
>> For DMD I used
>> group id: org.dlang.download.dmd
>> version: 2.076.1
>>
>> Is the product ldc or ldc2? The actual release files indicates ldc2 while other parts indicates ldc. What would you use as organization?
>>
>> My current idea is to use as
>> group id: com.github/ldc-developers.download.ldc2
>> version: 1.5.0
>>
>> Kind regards
>> André
>
> I'd suggest `org.ldc-developers.download.ldc`, but as it's for internal use only, it shouldn't really matter.

Thanks for clarification. I overlooked the fact, ldc has a registered domain.

Kind regards
Andre