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Maven is a build automation tool typically used for Java projects. Maven serves a similar purpose to the Apache Ant tool, but it is based on different concepts and works in a profoundly different manner. It can also be used to build and manage projects written in C#, Ruby, Scala, and other languages. Maven is hosted by the Apache Software Foundation, where it was formerly part of the Jakarta Project.

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There are currently 23 groups being archived for Maven.

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maven-android-developers Android > maven-android-developers (2016)
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maven-for-php Maven > maven-for-php (2014)
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maven-and-scala Maven > maven-and-scala (2014)
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notifications Maven > notifications (2012)
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dev Maven > dev (2012)
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commits Maven > commits (2012)
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issues Maven > issues (2012)
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users Maven > users (2012)
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announce Maven > announce (2012)
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repo-maintainers Maven > repo-maintainers (2012)
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doxia-commits Maven > doxia-commits (2011)
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wagon-commits Maven > wagon-commits (2011)
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scm-users Maven > scm-users (2011)
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wagon-users Maven > wagon-users (2011)
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doxia-users Maven > doxia-users (2011)
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surefire-users Maven > surefire-users (2011)
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wagon-dev Maven > wagon-dev (2011)
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doxia-dev Maven > doxia-dev (2011)
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surefire-commits Maven > surefire-commits (2011)
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scm-commits Maven > scm-commits (2011)
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scm-dev Maven > scm-dev (2011)
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surefire-dev Maven > surefire-dev (2011)
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m2-dev Maven > m2-dev (2005)

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