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Welcome to the Aether wiki!
  
Aether provides a general-purpose artifact resolution mechanism that can be embedded in any Java program.
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The articles listed below should help you to understand general concepts and to get an overview of the bigger picture. For the glory technical details, the [http://www.eclipse.org/aether/documentation/#apidocs generated API docs] should get you started instead.
  
Aether also provides Ant Tasks that allow Ant builds to have the exact same dependency management capabilities.
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If the wiki doesn't answer your question, feel free to reach out to us via the [http://www.eclipse.org/aether/support/ user mailing list].
  
The Aether project does not providing any UI related to dependency management.
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== Introduction ==
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* {{AetherLink|What Is Aether}}?
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* {{AetherLink|Transitive Dependency Resolution}}
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== Usage ==
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* {{AetherLink|Getting Aether}}
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* {{AetherLink|Setting Aether Up}}
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* {{AetherLink|Creating a Repository System Session}}
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* {{AetherLink|Resolving Dependencies}}
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* {{AetherLink|Using Aether in Maven Plugins}}
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* {{AetherLink|New and Noteworthy}}

Revision as of 17:20, 3 October 2012

Welcome to the Aether wiki!

The articles listed below should help you to understand general concepts and to get an overview of the bigger picture. For the glory technical details, the generated API docs should get you started instead.

If the wiki doesn't answer your question, feel free to reach out to us via the user mailing list.

Introduction

Usage