NuGet\Install-Package IKVM.Maven.Sdk -Version 1.0.1
dotnet add package IKVM.Maven.Sdk --version 1.0.1
<PackageReference Include="IKVM.Maven.Sdk" Version="1.0.1" />
paket add IKVM.Maven.Sdk --version 1.0.1
#r "nuget: IKVM.Maven.Sdk, 1.0.1"
// Install IKVM.Maven.Sdk as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=IKVM.Maven.Sdk&version=1.0.1 // Install IKVM.Maven.Sdk as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=IKVM.Maven.Sdk&version=1.0.1
IKVM.Maven.Sdk - IKVM support for Maven dependencies
IKVM.Maven.Sdk is a set of MSBuild extensions for referencing Maven artifacts within .NET SDK projects.
To use, install the
IKVM.Maven.Sdk package from NuGet, and add a
<MavenReference /> element to your SDK-style project. Various Maven options are supported through item-metadata.
The simplest use case is to specify the group ID and artifact ID coordinates on the item specification, and use
Version for the metadata.
<ItemGroup> <MavenReference Include="org.foo.bar:foo-lib" Version="1.2.3" /> </ItemGroup>
Optionally, use an arbitrary value for the item specification, and explicitely specify information through metadata:
<ItemGroup> <MavenReference Include="foo-lib"> <GroupId>org.foo.bar</GroupId> <ArtifactId>foo-lib</ArtifactId> <Classifier></Classifier> <Version>1.2.3</Version> </MavenReference> </ItemGroup>
<MavenReference /> item group operates similar to a
dependency in Maven. All transitive dependencies are
collected and resolved, and then the final output is produced. However, unlike
are collected by the final output project, and reassessed. That is, each dependent Project within your .NET
SDK-style solution contributes its
MavenReferences to project(s) which include it, and each project makes its own
dependency graph. Projects do not contribute their final built assemblies up. They only contribute their dependencies.
Allowing each project in a complicated solution to make its own local conflict resolution attempt.
PackageReferences are supported in the same way. Projects which include
MavenReferences do not pack the generated IKVM
assemblies into their NuGet packages. Instead, they pack a partial POM file which only declares their dependencies. At
build-time on the consumer's machine the final dependency graph is collected and generation happens. No generated
assemblies are published to NuGet. This prevents possible conflicts between NuGet packages and incompatible base Java
dependencies. For instance, if a package on nuget.org contained an actual copy of
commons-logging.dll, there would be
no guarentee that this assembly was generated with the correct options to support a different package on nuget.org that
also depended on commons-logging. Since the final build machine is responsible for gathering and generating the
dependencies, these conflicts become simple Maven conflicts: multiple packages dependending on differnet versions of
the same thing, and Maven being unable to come up with a solution. Basically, not our problem.
MavenReferences fully support TFMs. A
<MavenReference /> element can be conditional based on TFM. As the partial
packaged POM-file is indexed by TFM in the generated .nupkg.
Assembly generation options are limited. Users are not allowed to customize the assembly name, version, or other optimization information that IKVM's compiler uses to produce the output. This is to ensure that NuGet packages that depend on generated assemblies do so under a certain set of assumptions that can continue to be met. As non-Java assemblies published in NuGet packages are compiled against on certain assembly names and version, allowing different people to rename or change assemblies away from their default would break the expectation that two NuGet packages that depend on the same Maven artifact resolve to the same assembly name.
NuGet packages (3)
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This is an extension method library to ease the use of an IKVM compiled version of Saxon HE 11 Java in .NET 6 applications.
This is the result of IKVM cross-compiling the Saxon HE 10.8 Java software to .NET 3.1 Core.
This is a port of the Saxon 10.8 .NET framework API to .NET Core 3.1.
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