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The snapshot version to be tested must be publicly available. If the= plugin is hosted on:
Before a release can occur, a vote must take place.
The vote is initiated by sending= an email to email@example.com with a link to the snapshot artifact. T= he email subject is prefixed with [VOTE]. Explain the plugin, status, and g= ive any other info you feel is relevant. The standard is to wait 72 hours f= or responses. This gives other developers time to test the plugin before pl= acing their vote. Each plugin committer gets one vote: -1 meaning "no&= quot; or +1 meaning "yes."
Only SonarQube plugin committers can vote. The first release requires th= ree +1's and no -1's. For subsequent releases, the vote can be passed by la= zy consensus: it passes if there are no -1's.
Set your Codehaus username/password in Maven settings.xml:
Deploy the plugin to the Maven central repository by executing the f= ollowing command with default values: