CVS HEAD is broken

2003-06-20 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, While trying to build CVS HEAD, the maven bootstrap process bombs out like so: [echo] +--+ [echo] | | [echo] | C O M P I L I N G M A V E N S O U R C E S U S I N G A N T| [echo] |

Re: private jar dependencies

2003-06-23 Thread Graham Leggett
Otto von Wachter wrote: What I would like is to specify some private jar dependencies that are stored in a lib dir. Is there a quick hack that would allow me to do this? If it is, perhaps documenting it would increase the adoption of maven among users like me. If not would it be easy to add this

v1.1 alpha 1 and tomcat / derby

2007-05-02 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am having a little trouble reconfiguring tomcat to allow the war version of continuum v1.1 alpha1 to connect to two derby databases. I am getting the cryptic error: org.jpox.exceptions.ConnectionFactoryNotFoundException: Connection Factory java:comp/env/jdbc/continuum not found I

Re: Maven Release Plugin seems to run clean verify and miss out on install for aggregate projects

2007-06-06 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, June 5, 2007 9:06 pm, Brett Porter wrote: Right. The reason for not choosing to install by default is that you end up with a release in your local repository which is not the final one. We've run into this problem as well - the version being tested, as far as I am aware, is the

Re: Maven Release Plugin seems to run clean verify and miss out on install for aggregate projects

2007-06-06 Thread Graham Leggett
On Wed, June 6, 2007 4:50 pm, Mark Donszelmann wrote: The workaround for us to release aggregated projects is like this: mvn install release:prepare but this would do the install w/o the poms being changed from 3.3- SNAPSHOT to 3.3, so this would not help. And yet it does help. I suspect

Re: Maven Release Plugin seems to run clean verify and miss out on install for aggregate projects

2007-06-06 Thread Graham Leggett
On Wed, June 6, 2007 5:25 pm, Mark Donszelmann wrote: well, as far as I can conclude, an aggregated build will calculate the order in which to generate (and install) the artifacts, so that any module dependent on them is run later than the one generating them. That won't matter. If you don't

Re: Problems with release:prepare

2007-06-08 Thread Graham Leggett
On Fri, June 8, 2007 12:16 pm, David Moss wrote: [INFO] Executing: svn --username username --password * --non-interactive copy --file C:\DOCUME~1\DAVID~1.MOS\LOCALS~1\T emp\maven-scm-403689689.commit . svn://SERVER001/tags/product-4.0 The svn tag command failed. Command output: svn:

Re: Maven Release Plugin seems to run clean verify and miss out on install for aggregate projects

2007-06-08 Thread Graham Leggett
On Fri, June 8, 2007 1:57 pm, Emmanuel Venisse wrote: If you want to install artifacts in your local repo during the prepare process and don't want to use 'clean verify' goals, you can configure preparationGoals parameter on the prepare mojo

Re: prepare to release eclipse 2.4

2007-06-21 Thread Graham Leggett
Arnaud HERITIER wrote: I would like to add that I have often some problems to run tests for this plugin on windows. Am I the only one to have this behaviour ? I've had problems with tests that fail if there is no direct internet access from the machine running the test. Regards, Graham --

RE: [VOTE] maven-eclipse-plugin 2.4

2007-07-05 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, July 5, 2007 3:23 pm, Brian E. Fox wrote: It's a recurring cycle where we wait and wait and before you know it, it's 5 months like it is now with good functionality already sitting there. +1. Release early, release often. Regards, Graham --

Re: Allowing Envars

2007-08-31 Thread Graham Leggett
On Fri, August 31, 2007 12:10 pm, Jason van Zyl wrote: As much I don't particularly like them, I've seen so many builds of late using envars that I don't think we can turn them off in 2.1.x after people have invested in builds that use them. Tonight Vlad and I were working on the IDEA

RE: How are the multiproject artifacts resolved in release:prepare?

2007-11-23 Thread Graham Leggett
On Fri, November 23, 2007 3:35 pm, Jörg Schaible wrote: I know why my plugin fails, but I don't know why other maven plugins can handle the situation. I did now a bad hack and will look for the attached artifact at the same location as the main artifact is located and only if I cannot find it

Re: How are the multiproject artifacts resolved in release:prepare?

2007-11-23 Thread Graham Leggett
On Fri, November 23, 2007 10:30 am, Jörg Schaible wrote: We use since long ago an own plugin, that accesses a secondary artifact of a dependency. This worked like charm ... until now. We have now the new situation, that the secondary artifact is build in the same multi project build by one

OutOfMemoryError when compiling with javac

2006-07-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have a maven 1 configuration that builds the IFX and ACORD schemas using xmlbeans. This step works, however the second step - compiling the generated code - fails with an OutOfMemoryError. I tried setting the MAVEN_OPTS environment variable to jack up the -Xmx to 2GB of RAM, but

Re: OutOfMemoryError when compiling with javac

2006-07-20 Thread Graham Leggett
Brett Porter wrote: Depends on whether javac is forked. You can change that and the memory using the properties here: http://maven.apache.org/maven-1.x/plugins/java/properties.html I eventually gave up on maven1 and used maven2 instead. The xmlbeans-maven-plugin includes the required memory

m2eclipse and transitive dependencies

2006-08-14 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, Do transitive dependencies work within m2eclipse v0.0.9? In the case where eclipse project A depends on eclipse project B, and eclipse project B has a dependency on foo.jar, foo.jar is not made available to eclipse project A, and the build fails. There also seems to be no way of

Re: [RANT] Maven is both heaven and hell

2006-08-27 Thread Graham Leggett
Wendell Beckwith wrote: You're like original band members, but it hurts to say that you all are getting your asses handed to you by orgs like Spring and Eclipse. There just doing a far better job on the dcomentation and website. Having used maven1 for a long time (and having been blown

Re: [RANT] Maven is both heaven and hell

2006-08-27 Thread Graham Leggett
Jason Dillon wrote: I'm curious... what key maven1 features are you referring to that have not been completed in maven2? Some specific ones that bit us were the inability to embed dependencies into EJBs, and the EAR plugin's inability to handle Jboss specific artifacts, like HAR files. We

MakeArtifactsMojo.java: anyone know how it works?

2006-10-14 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, From http://docs.codehaus.org/display/MAVEN/Maven+and+Eclipse there is the hopeful note Lastest version of Maven Eclipse Plugin has a MakeArtifactsMojo that reads Eclipse Plugins, parses the manifest to generate the poms and installs them in the repository. Sounds very useful. The

Continuum behind SSL, any progress on this

2006-10-18 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, It seems that http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-734 Can't use continuum behind https proxy still hasn't been resolved, which is a serious oversight. Looking at the code, is this a continuum problem or a plexus problem? Has there been any progress on this? Regards, Graham --

Re: Continuum behind SSL, any progress on this

2006-10-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Carlos Sanchez wrote: I think this is already fixed for 1.1 Busy building trunk now, will confirm whether it's fixed. Regards, Graham -- smime.p7s Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature

Re: Continuum behind SSL, any progress on this

2006-10-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Brian E. Fox wrote: Someone asked about this a while ago (perhaps you). I have this working but I had to use the http://apache.webthing.com/mod_proxy_html/config.html and recompiled a mod_proxy for apache 2.0.55. It works perfectly for this and other proxy unfriendly apps. I'll update the jira

Continuum WAR snapshot - installation instructions anywhere?

2006-10-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, After going through the build process for continuum v1.1-SNAPSHOT, the end result is a WAR file, which I dropped into a tomcat container. On startup I get the following error: 2006-10-19 15:07:29,654 [main] INFO PlexusContainer- Loading on start [role]:

Re: Continuum WAR snapshot - installation instructions anywhere?

2006-10-19 Thread Graham Leggett
ben short wrote: I used the admin webapp for tomcat 5.5 to create the following two jndi resources. jdbc/continuum jdbc/users This resulted in the following context being created in the server.xml Is there any easy to follow config out there that describes setting up a derby database with

Re: Continuum WAR snapshot - installation instructions anywhere?

2006-10-19 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, October 19, 2006 4:24 pm, Jesse McConnell wrote: Graham, if you confirm you have it working just get me the settings your using and I get the readme updated with it. After fiddling around for a bit, I got this to work as continuum.xml: Context

Version numbers and inheritance

2006-10-24 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have a parent POM, containing the master version number for many subprojects. The version element, being optional, is left out, and subprojects inherit the version from the parent. In the subprojects however, the parent tag is mandatory. And despite a relativePath tag being present

Project is duplicated in the reactor

2006-11-01 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am getting a very strange problem with a multiproject build using maven v2.0.4. I get the error project foo is duplicated in the reactor: [INFO] Scanning for projects... [INFO] [ERROR] BUILD FAILURE [INFO]

Re: Releasing Maven 2.0.5

2006-11-02 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, November 2, 2006 11:45 am, Kenney Westerhof wrote: I feel that there are enough critical issues resolved for 2.0.5 to warrant a release. Could we start planning a 2.0.6 release and move most of the open issues from 2.0.5 to 2.0.6? Here's my +1. +1. Regards, Graham --

Re: Releasing Maven 2.0.5

2006-11-02 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, November 2, 2006 4:59 pm, Kenney Westerhof wrote: How do we proceed in deciding what to keep and what to move to 2.0.6? Bulk change all open issues and move them, then move back some issues mentioned on this thread and others? +1. Regards, Graham --

Empty path in Continuum trunk

2006-11-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have set up a recent version of trunk (v1.1) as a WAR file under tomcat, and have been able to crank it up and add some projects. Continuum cannot find it's builders though, claiming that they are not in the path . The builders are in the PATH of the environment when tomcat is being

Empty path in Continuum trunk

2006-11-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, Sent this by mistake to the maven list, sorry :( I have set up a recent version of trunk (v1.1) as a WAR file under tomcat, and have been able to crank it up and add some projects. Continuum cannot find it's builders though, claiming that they are not in the path . The builders are in

NullPointerException in maven-project, multiproject build

2006-11-09 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am getting the following exception below logged by maven, when called from continuum v1.0.3 and continuum-trunk. The NullPointerException seems to be thrown when line 1078 is run in DefaultMavenProjectBuilder.java: parentDescriptor = parentDescriptor.getCanonicalFile(); Trouble is,

Location of site.xml

2006-11-13 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, The docs for the site plugin mention the site.xml file, but don't indicate where you are supposed to put this file in your project, or how to override the location of the file should your project use a non standard structure. Anyone know so I can update MSITE-192? Regards, Graham --

site:attach-descriptor - not documented

2006-11-13 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, In the documentation for site:attach-descriptor at http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-site-plugin/attach-descriptor-mojo.html, the only meaningful docs are the sentence: Adds the site descriptor to the list of files to be installed/deployed. This suggests that this goal might have

Re: Location of site.xml

2006-11-13 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, November 13, 2006 3:13 pm, Franz Allan Valencia See wrote: I do not think there is a documentation for the contents of site.xml, that is published, but you may want to review [1] since it is the structure of site.xml. The contents of site.xml are reasonably easy to find, however where

siteDirectory and site.xml

2006-11-13 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am trying to specify a site descriptor for a legacy project that does not have a standard maven layout, and so I need to define that site.xml should be found in ${basedir}/site/site.xml. Apparently the siteDirectory parameter within the site plugin is used to specify where the site.xml

Re: siteDirectory and site.xml

2006-11-13 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, November 13, 2006 7:57 pm, Graham Leggett wrote: First question: does the siteDirectory parameter specify the location of the site.xml file, in addition to the apt, fml and xdoc directories, or am I barking up the wrong tree? I found MSITE-91, which has a comment from May this year

Re: siteDirectory and site.xml

2006-11-14 Thread Graham Leggett
Dennis Lundberg wrote: MSITE-91 was closed by me after committing r473599 [1] which hopefully solves the issue. Please try it and see if it works for you. [1] http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=revrevision=473599 MSITE-91 claimed a fixed version of 2.0 which has not (to my understanding)

Re: siteDirectory and site.xml

2006-11-14 Thread Graham Leggett
Dennis Lundberg wrote: There has not been any official release of the site-plugin yet, that incorporates this fix. You can build the plugin yourself from source, by downloading it from SVN. Then you just run mvn install. You alse need to bump the version number for the site-plugin in your

Continuum trunk test failures

2006-11-21 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, The current continuum trunk is failing the build with test failues: Results : Tests run: 35, Failures: 0, Errors: 5, Skipped: 0 [INFO] [ERROR] BUILD FAILURE [INFO]

maven-ear-plugin: is har supported or not?

2006-12-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, According to the docs at http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-ear-plugin/modules.html#harModule, it is now at long last possible to build ear files containing har files with maven. Unfortunately, any attempt at adding the config in the docs results in this exception:

Re: maven-ear-plugin: is har supported or not?

2006-12-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Stephane Nicoll wrote: No, it's implemented as from 2.3 which is not yet released. You can retrieve it on the snapshot repository [1] or you can build the plugin from source yourself. Are there any showstoppers preventing its release? I was very confusing to see the docs for the new plugin

Re: maven-ear-plugin: is har supported or not?

2006-12-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Stephane Nicoll wrote: Are there any showstoppers preventing its release? No. I just need to cast a vote and we'll release it. Here is a non binding +1 for release: +1 :) I was very confusing to see the docs for the new plugin released and live before the plugin itself. Yes, the sites

maven-eclipse-plugin and eclipse:make-artifacts

2006-12-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, According to the docs at http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-eclipse-plugin/make-artifacts-mojo.html, the eclipse plugin can import artifacts from an eclipse installation. The most recent released plugin disagrees: [INFO]

[vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I would like to propose a release of the maven-ear-plugin. Regards, Graham -- smime.p7s Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature

[vote] release maven-eclipse-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I would like to propose the release of the maven-eclipse-plugin. This will bring the eclipse:make-artifacts goal into a non snapshot release. Regards, Graham -- smime.p7s Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature

NullPointerException in maven-eclipse-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, While trying to run the eclipse:make-artifacts goals against an up to date eclipse v3.2.1 installation, it bombs out with a NullPointerException like so: java.lang.NullPointerException at

maven2 repository of eclipse jars

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have seen some effort scattered here and there for providing maven2 repositories containing the jars that make up the eclipse platform. It would be great if an automated repository could be created that would keep eclipse jars accessible to maven. The eclipse:make-artifacts goal in the

Re: [vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, December 11, 2006 3:37 pm, Jason van Zyl wrote: You cannot start a vote unless you are a committer. It does? I could not find anything like this at http://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html. Binding votes are cast by PMC members as I understand (I am on the httpd PMC), but a call for

Re: [vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, December 11, 2006 6:10 pm, Jason van Zyl wrote: Some who is not developing the code cannot call a vote. At least one that's going to actually be voted on. I can't walk into the httpd mailing list and ask for a release of httpd. Come on. I am not aware of any barrier stopping anybody

Re: [vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, December 11, 2006 7:12 pm, Jason van Zyl wrote: You didn't ask for a release, you tried to call a vote. Very different things. Explain how these are different? That's an example of how it works and how you can participate. Do some work, get a say. It's pretty standard Apache stuff.

Re: [vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Jason van Zyl wrote: Asking for a vote means that people can make preparations and actually figure out what's going to be done for the next release. Create a roadmap, field help and plan toward making something release worthy. When all that is done, the work has been looked over and it is

Re: maven2 repository of eclipse jars

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Carlos Sanchez wrote: that sounds good and can be setup as if it were another mirror, the important questions who will volunteer to do it? is enough people asking for them that it makes sense? In theory, keeping such a repository up to date could be done from a zone, and it's not a problem

Re: [vote] release maven-ear-plugin

2006-12-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Brett Porter wrote: I don't understand this. Is there a field in the documentation that is only available in the snapshot and not documented as such? Yes (pointed this out originally last week) - for example: http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-ear-plugin/modules.html#harModule (only

maven2 and NTLM

2006-12-13 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, According to the docs, maven1 supported NTLM proxies. I cannot find anything definitive to say whether NTLM proxies are supported in maven2 though. In our case the ISA proxy also supports basic auth, but this also doesn't work - I suspect the underlying proxy code implementation in maven

Re: The Future of the Release Process.

2006-12-14 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, December 14, 2006 1:46 am, Joakim Erdfelt wrote: Disclaimer: I am not attempting to set policy, just to get discussion going, document it, and work towards the ideal toolchain that make the future of apache releases smooth, consistent, and resilient

maven-ear-plugin and dependencies

2006-12-14 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, Using the v2.3-SNAPSHOT version of the ear plugin, I am struggling to get the application.xml file built correctly. Between maven1 and maven2, the ejb plugin lost it's ability to bundle dependencies inside the ejb. This means (as I understand it) that it's now up to the ear plugin to

Re: maven-ear-plugin and dependencies

2006-12-15 Thread Graham Leggett
On Thu, December 14, 2006 9:05 pm, Stephane Nicoll wrote: This has been tackled a dozen of times and I am not sure it has anything to do with the EAR plugin, at least if we follow the spec. If I am wrong, please let me know. The valid way to bundle shared components/libs in a EAR is to

Re: downloading eclipse runtime binary or RCP delta pack

2006-12-15 Thread Graham Leggett
Bhupendra Bhardwaj wrote: The maven repository doesn't have the eclipse swt plugins for all platforms. I have few questions, can those be answered please if possible- - Can I download the eclipse runtime binary or any zip/tar from

Re: downloading eclipse runtime binary or RCP delta pack

2006-12-18 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, December 18, 2006 11:03 am, Bhupendra Bhardwaj wrote: eclipse:make-artifacts is a nice feature but it will work only if the person building and assembling the project has eclipse installed in his or her machine, which I think will not be the case as the RCP is one of the modules and

Re: downloading eclipse runtime binary or RCP delta pack

2006-12-18 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, December 18, 2006 4:59 pm, Daniel Kulp wrote: My can't someone on the Maven team run the plugin/script and put them up on repo1 someplace? That's what I'm having a hard time understanding. People obviously want them published, what stopping them from being published? The problem I

Re: downloading eclipse runtime binary or RCP delta pack

2006-12-19 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, December 19, 2006 10:24 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: =8*O I beg your pardon? I looked in JIRA but couldn't find a report about this. Is there? If not, I'd open one. ;-) The idea that you'll never have to fix a broken POM/JAR/whatever is just ridiculous. :-) As I understand it, the

Re: downloading eclipse runtime binary or RCP delta pack

2006-12-19 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, December 19, 2006 5:15 pm, Bhupendra Bhardwaj wrote: The most simple solution right now is probably to add http://repo1.maven.org/eclipse/ to your list of repositories in settings.xml. Not really. Because the solution I was looking for was to package my RCP app for all platforms

Re: maven2 and NTLM

2006-12-20 Thread Graham Leggett
On Wed, December 20, 2006 1:27 pm, Steve Loughran wrote: who is interested in working with me to come up with something that is broadly useful? One troublespot with proxy code is testing. I know I cant test NTLM proxies, but do at least have access to an unauthenticated proxy-whether I want

Some conceptual issues: building eclipse rcp with maven

2006-12-20 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have been trying to investigate how practical it is to build eclipse plugins using maven, and have run into some conceptual issues which are not explained at all in any of the docs I have found. So far, the pde-maven-plugin shows the most promise in building an eclipse rcp application.

Re: [vote] Establish a list of emeritus committers

2007-01-06 Thread Graham Leggett
Kenney Westerhof wrote: - these people should be send a direct e-mail notifying them so they know what's going on. If they've been unactive in such a long period it's higly likely that they don't follow the dev list anymore, and should they want to participate again they'd be in for a big

Jboss client jars and maven

2007-01-11 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am have a very strange interoperability problem between jars produced by maven and jars produced by ant when it comes to JBoss. JBoss supports the concept of java code running standalone accessing EJBs in a JBoss container over a network. To do this you package up two files into the

deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, As a test I have configured the deploy:deploy-file goal to deploy to a WebDAV server. The login and ssl part works fine, but the attempt to PUT the file fails with a 403 response code (but not because of auth failure according to the logs). It looks like the plugin is not making an

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 1:55 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: Have you tried with 1.0-beta-2 of wagon-webdav? This solved some problems for me. Not yet - I am trying to do this without a pom file (the artifacts are ultimately matlab generated). Seems creating a pom is the way to go. Will try it and

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 1:55 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: Have you tried with 1.0-beta-2 of wagon-webdav? This solved some problems for me. Dumb question... how do you override the dependency of a plugin? Regards, Graham -- -

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 1:55 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: Have you tried with 1.0-beta-2 of wagon-webdav? This solved some problems for me. Added the 1.0-beta-2 of wagon-webdav like this: build extensions extension groupIdorg.apache.maven.wagon/groupId

deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, As a test I have configured the maven deploy:deploy-file goal to deploy to a WebDAV server. The login and ssl part works fine, but the attempt to PUT the file fails with a 403 response code (but not because of auth failure according to the logs). It looks like the plugin is not making an

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 3:09 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: Which version of the maven-deploy-plugin do you use? Have you tried 2.3? Yes (both natively as it's the latest release, and explicitly by adding it to the pom) - made no difference. Regards, Graham --

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 3:08 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: You do see the correct version in the output of Maven? I saw maven download the v1.0-beta-2 jars and dependencies. The simple workaround would be to create the directories manually until the bug is fixed. Unfortunately the end result of

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 3:08 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: The simple workaround would be to create the directories manually until the bug is fixed. I created each directory manually, up to and including the version number. Once all the directories existed, the return code from wagon-webdav was

Confirm: Webdav and SSL works

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, In the source file at https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/wagon/tags/wagon-1.0-beta-2/wagon-providers/wagon-webdav/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/wagon/providers/webdav/WebDavWagon.java, the following comment is present: TODO: webdav https server is not tested I have tested the wagon

Re: deploy:deploy-file target and DAV

2007-01-30 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, January 30, 2007 3:49 pm, Aaron Digulla wrote: I'm using wagon-webdav 1.0-beta-2 with maven-deploy-plugin 2.3 together with Archiva (SVN SNAPSHOT build). Before 1.0-beta-2/2.3, this was pretty unstable (every 3rd deploy would fail) but now, it works pretty good (even though I still

Activating profiles based on OS

2007-02-02 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, According to the docs for configuring profiles at http://maven.apache.org/settings.html#Profiles, it is apparently possible to activate a profile based on OS parameters. The example given activates when Windows is present: os nameWindows XP/name

Activating profiles based on OS doesn't seem to work right

2007-02-06 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I've been trying to use profile activation based on OS to work around maven's lack of support for exposing the OS family (you can test against the current OS family, you just cannot find out what the current OS family is using ${maven.os.family} or some equivalent, or it least it

Re: Activating profiles based on OS doesn't seem to work right

2007-02-07 Thread Graham Leggett
On Wed, February 7, 2007 3:46 am, Franz Allan Valencia See wrote: I don't know why this should not work ( and I don't have a Mac to try it on). Try entering the os name all in small caps ( i.e. mac os x ). Small case works, even though when you print the value of ${os.name} the operating

Svn failure during release:perform

2007-02-16 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have been trying to run a release:perform on a Windows XP machine running maven v2.0.4, and have been getting the subversion error below. Running both the subversion command line client (v1.4.2) update, and tortoisesvn's (latest version) update work fine, it's only when maven

Re: Svn failure during release:perform

2007-02-17 Thread Graham Leggett
Dan Tran wrote: you hit the limit of windows path which is 256 chars :-) Try to set your checkout directory to the shorttest and see if it helps ( ie c:/t ) What confuses me is that both the native svn command line client, and tortoisesvn, are capable of checking this same directory out

Re: Svn failure during release:perform

2007-02-19 Thread Graham Leggett
On Sat, February 17, 2007 6:41 pm, Dan Tran wrote: in your msg checkout\alchemy-quant\src\matlabdevelopment\Toolbox\CreditDerivatives\ParRecovHazardRateTreeModel\UnexposedCode\.svn\tmp\text-base\GetCalibratedOneFactorHullWhiteHazardRateTreeFromCdsSpreadsRP.m.svn-base I has 205 not counting

Strange inclusion bug with the jar plugin

2007-03-02 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I asked on the user list whether I was doing this correctly, but got no response - in the mean time this is looking like a bug. I have a jar file, attached to the lifecycle being the compiling of some C++ code into target/build, which works fine. I need to embed the C++ library

Assembly plugin: breakage if a dependency includes a classifier

2007-03-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have a set of modules that I need to assemble into a directory. These modules depend on some platform specific matlab ctf and jar files that have been published into the maven repository with a classifier giving the platform, like so: alchemy-quant-4.0.5-macosx.jar

release:perform and classifier breakage

2007-03-12 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I am trying to do a release:perform on a project that creates a jar with a classifier. For some reason, as part of release:perform, install:install is called, and when install:install is called _without_ being part of the build lifecycle, it fails with the error below. I tried

Re: release:perform and classifier breakage

2007-03-12 Thread Graham Leggett
On Mon, March 12, 2007 4:34 pm, Graham Leggett wrote: Has anyone seen release:perform work with a classifier present? I have managed to narrow this down to the deploy plugin. It seems the deploy plugin cannot deploy a jar with a classifier. The stacktrace is below. [INFO] [jar:jar] [INFO

maven ignores resources phase

2007-03-13 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have a pom file, that using ant generates a C++ library, which is then packaged as a jar. The ant build is attached to the generate-resources phase, and when you run mvn resources:resources the library is correctly copied to target/classes. However: when you run mvn install, the

Re: maven ignores resources phase

2007-03-13 Thread Graham Leggett
On Tue, March 13, 2007 7:44 pm, Brett Porter wrote: Sounds like a great question to ask [EMAIL PROTECTED] :) (and with over 3 times as many subscribers, your odds of an answer are much, much better) I have posted a number of questions to the users lists recently, none of which have received

Test failure on trunk

2007-03-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, While trying to build trunk of continuum, I am getting the following test failure on MacosX v10.4: --- Test set: org.apache.maven.continuum.buildcontroller.DefaultBuildControllerTest

Re: Test failure on trunk

2007-03-19 Thread Graham Leggett
Emmanuel Venisse wrote: jdk version? Latest MacOSX version, jdk v1.5.0_07-164. Regards, Graham -- smime.p7s Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature

Re: Test failure on trunk

2007-03-22 Thread Graham Leggett
Jesse McConnell wrote: most people I know just add the following to their environment variables MAVEN_OPTS=-Xmx512m It shouldn't be necessary to have to patch your environment to work around bugs in unit tests, if the tests need 512MB of RAM, then the surefire plugin should be configured

Re: Apache Portable Runtime artifacts

2008-11-09 Thread Graham Leggett
Alan D. Cabrera wrote: I'm not sure that we need to choose one over the other. Let me ask you this, why would we need fine grained detail such as i386 vs. i586 vs. i686? Is that really necessary? It is, because code compiled for i686 won't run on an i386, and code written for i386 may

Re: Apache Portable Runtime artifacts

2008-11-09 Thread Graham Leggett
Alan D. Cabrera wrote: I was thinking that the artifact name could be apr-osname-processor e.g. apr-linux-x86_64. Or we can have a more general apr-osname-processor-configuration where configuration is a token that represents a particular configuration of options, e.g.

Re: Apache Portable Runtime artifacts

2008-11-09 Thread Graham Leggett
Alan D. Cabrera wrote: You bring up a good point in that it might be a good idea to describe the target deployments. I'm sure that the APR team lives in a different universe than I. You probably have to make sure that the code is general enough to run on my son's bluetooth enabled talking

Re: Apache Portable Runtime artifacts

2008-11-09 Thread Graham Leggett
Alan D. Cabrera wrote: I think that there's something to be said about using the libraries that are bundled into OSGi rather than using libraries whose provenance is unknown. In the Java world that might be true where one binary can be reasonably expected to work anywhere, but native

Schedule ignored

2006-02-08 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have set up a daily schedule within Continuum v1.0.2 to run builds at 6am every day. I used the cron string 0 0 6 * * ? with a quiet period of zero, and the schedule is enabled. This schedule has no effect - it doesn't run, even though attempts at forcing the build work fine. Is

Continuum v1.0.3...?

2006-04-21 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, Is this ready for release yet? I saw voting, but no final conclusion. I am about to install a copy of v1.0.2, and was hoping to put in v1.0.3 instead if possible. Regards, Graham --

confusion: maven-ear-plugin and NoClassDefFoundError

2006-07-06 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, I have a maven2 ear project that depends on a maven2 ejb project. When I used maven1, the ear plugin made sure the application.xml file was built correctly, and everything was done for you. This doesn't work with maven2, I get the following error: 18:08:13,632 WARN [EJBDeployer]

Maven castor plugin: fails to add jar to classpath

2005-02-21 Thread Graham Leggett
Hi all, While trying to get some kind of joy out of the maven-castor-plugin, it repeatedly bombs out with the error: Could not find org.exolab.castor.builder.SourceGenerator. Make sure you have it in your classpath Doing a debug run of maven with the -X flag, we look further up and see that

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