in the configuration of your pom.xml file to use it.
Since it is the first time we use maven, please let us know if it works fine.
On 03/02/2013, at 23:01, Stephen Cranefield wrote:
> It would be very useful if there were an official version of jason.jar in a public Maven repository. I found a copy in a repository at http://sk-3.tbm.tudelft.nl/maven/, but I don't know if that is endorsed by the Jason team.
> Given the LPGL licence, we can't distribute software that makes use of Jason without either distributing jason.jar and the Jason source code, or leaving it up to users to obtain Jason and manually provide the link to the jar file when building the system that uses Jason. It would be much simpler if we could distribute a pom.xml file that points to an officially sanctioned version of jason.jar.
Jomi Fred Hubner
Federal University of Santa Catarina
Department of Automation and Systems Engineering
PO Box 476, Florianópolis, SC