Add Google App Engine Jars to your Maven Repository

Published: 10 Oct 2009

Since Google App Engine for Java came out several months ago I've been learning how it works. Since it's launch there's been a few releases and for some reason Google only made the first couple of releases available as Maven artifacts. Up until recently I've manually installed each releases jars in my private local and remote Maven repositories.

Here's a bash script for installing GAE for Java jars to a Maven repository automatically (be sure to edit the variables to match your environment):