> I'd really like to use the latest jcifs in my maven project, BUT:
> https://jcifs.samba.org/ states that 1.3.18 is the latest release, while
> searching on maven central, the latest available package is 1.3.17
> Furthermore, am I missing something or why is there no public SCM for jcifs?
> I looked on git.samba.org but could not find anything. On github, there
> are several clones (some of them outdated).
> So: Where is the *official* public SCM (git, svn or...whatever)?
> Thanks in advance,
There is no public or private git, svn or whatever at all. I always
just rolled a new .zip/.tgz/.jar and put them it in the download area
on jcifs.samba.org. I never saw the value in version control and
patches like SVN and I've been coding since the 90's when that sort of
thing was standard.
But I like git. It makes much more sense to just push a complete
package into a git repo and then anyone can pull it down and have a
But we (I) have never published anything into git or maven or anything
like that. That was the work of other people that were not associated
with the project.
If I have the occasion to do such a thing I will look into pushing
packages into a git repo. But for now it's just what you see in the
download area (and the secret 'old' directory like