It should be possible, as long as you are adding the <extensions>true</extensions> flag to your plugin's use. This is all internal to Maven - if there is somewhere that NPanday can't pick that up then it might possibly need to be adjusted.
What is the exact trace of the problem? Do you have a minimal test project you could attach to JIRA? Cheers, Brett On 07/01/2011, at 7:52 PM, Henning Gross wrote: > Hi! > > I need to build a special type of project. Namely wsp files. I have created a > lifecycle and an ArtifactHandler for wsp files. > Npanday will exit giving an error "unrecognized artifact type". I tracked it > down in the sources and as far as I see it, artifact types have to be in > dotnet-core in class ArtifactType.java > This means I have to make my own build of dotnet-core whenever there is a new > Npanday-release to get my Artifact Type recognized. > > Artifact Types should get externalized. It should be possible to add artifact > types via an extension or plugin configuration. > > Or am I missing something? > -- Brett Porter br...@apache.org http://brettporter.wordpress.com/ http://au.linkedin.com/in/brettporter