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From: "Stefan Bodewig" <bode...@apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 5:38 AM
To: <general@gump.apache.org>
Subject: Re: svn commit: r920715 - /gump/metadata/project/excalibur.xml

On 2010-03-11, Bill Barker <billwbar...@verizon.net> wrote:

If you have any ideas why portals-pluto-trunk can't find it's parent,

It isn't even trying to download it.  Since I don't know enough about
Maven I can't say why a repository may get disabled, but

[DEBUG] Skipping disabled repository central
[DEBUG] portals-pom: using locally installed snapshot
[DEBUG] Skipping disabled repository central
[DEBUG] Using mirror: http://localhost:8192/maven2 (id: gump-central)

sounds suspicios.


Yeah, downloaded the src distro for maven 2.2.1, and it is that it is that the 'central' repo is disabled for SNAPSHOTs (and it is looking for a SNAPSHOT POM). So Maven never asks to get it (even though it is there). The work-arounds that I've seen are too complex for Gump, and the project is largely dormant, so for the moment will just let it fail.

Of course, if there are any Maven gurus lurking here with better ideas, would love to hear them.

In particular, if there was an access-log (that I haven't found), this
would be great.  The mvnrepo log doesn't show it at all, but looks
like it only logs "200 OK" requests.

The proxy uses ju.logging and I think it should be logging to stdout by
default which should make it end up in Gump's own log file (since this
is the parent process).  I can't promise it would log failed requests,
though.

Stefan

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