Le 3/08/2017 à 14:03, Thorsten Glaser a écrit :
> I’d have preferred it doing something like tty detection, to behave
> nice with other OSS citizens, but oh well and it’s upstream’s issue.
Interesting, do you know how to do that in Perl? We could perform the
detection in maven-debian-helper and pass the -B parameter if necessary.
> My own desktop and the Jenkins are running unstable, so I always get
> this kind of updates. Is there a way I can check the list of maven
> plugins used/preferred by Debian, so I can enter them in the POM
> (where it always warns when no version is given anyway) so that
> others (e.g. my coworkers using *buntu) get the same versions but
> I can use the packaged versions instead of it having to download
> stuff from Central?
Sorry I don't see an easy way to track the Maven plugins packaged in
Debian. Someday it would be nice to index all the Maven artifacts
packaged and have a search engine like http://www.mvnrepository.com to
inspect them. That would be the right place to look for plugins in Debian.