BNM is a build system that uses Maven pom.xml files and implements replacements for the core Maven system and its most important plugins. BNM is a proof that Maven could run much faster. This version is able to build itself and might also fit other projects.
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Release Notes: This version fixes many issues. It seems to run stable under Linux and Windows. It is able to build itself and some other pom.xml based projects. The Eclipse integration was improved and provides seamless integration into the Eclipse internal build process. The version management UI supports version changes for external artifacts.
Release Notes: This release provides an implementation for a deploy plugin replacement. BNM can at least deploy itself (using pscp + pagent).
Release Notes: The focus of this version is the Eclipse integration. It adds support for version management for converting versions into SNAPSHOTs and creating bulk release versions. Another feature is the seamless build integration, which lets Eclipse build what belongs to Eclipse and builds everything necessary with BNM. This ends the SNAPSHOT hell, since it never downloads SNAPSHOT versions for modules inside your SVN or CVS managed tree. Thus your build remains consistent.