Best repository layout for c++

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Best repository layout for c++

pscheir
Hi,

We intend using Artifactory for organizing mainly C++ .libs and .exes.
We do not want to switch to NuGet right away since this would be a major change to our build processes.

Is there any best practice how to organize a repository in such a situation?
We are thinking of creating zip files as package replacement and uploading them to Artifactory.
At the moment we are using the standard maven2 layout.

Thank you, Peter
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HughG_TMVSE
Hi Peter,

not official advice in any way (neither on behalf of JFrog or of my own employer), but you might want to have a look at these Gradle plugins: https://bitbucket.org/nm2501/holy-gradle-plugins.  In particular, the intrepid plugin handles downloading ZIPs, unzipping them into (a custom subfolder of) your GRADLE_USER_HOME, and creating a symlink in your Gradle project workspace.  They're not perfect, and not commercially supported, though.

Regards,

Hugh Greene, Senior Software Developer
Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe, Ltd
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> Hi,
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> We intend using Artifactory for organizing mainly C++ .libs and .exes.
> We do not want to switch to NuGet right away since this would be a major
> change to our build processes.
>
> Is there any best practice how to organize a repository in such a situation?
> We are thinking of creating zip files as package replacement and uploading
> them to Artifactory.
> At the moment we are using the standard maven2 layout.
>
> Thank you, Peter
>
>
>
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