ssh deployment on linux using maven 1.1-beta-1 (from CVS HEAD)

2005-09-05 Thread Arik Kfir
goes wrong? Thanks, Arik Kfir. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[m2] source:jar, phase-binding, and build numbers

2005-09-25 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi all, I have a project built using m2. I want the project to install/deploy a source-code JAR along with the binaries JAR (on both the install and deploy phases). I've added the following section in the pom.xml file: build plugins plugin groupIdorg.apache.maven.plugins/groupId

Re: [m2] jar artifact with par extension

2005-09-25 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi all, I'm having the same problem - what is the best solution for this use case? On 9/14/05, Piotr Bzdyl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, (I was writing to this mailing list before partially about this problem: Demo application based on JBoss DVD trailblaizer) I tried to create following

Re: Including source and javadocs in Idea and Eclipse module files

2005-10-03 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, In m2, the maven-source-plugin automatically installs/deploys the source code to the repo when you install/deploy (assuming you stated you want to in the pom.xml). Currently, there's a bug in m2 regarding it, but basically it works. The sources are placed in the repo in the same dir as the

Re: [m2-beta-3] Snapshot dependencies with Ant Tasks

2005-10-05 Thread Arik Kfir
Yes I've encountered it also - looks like it's related to http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MNG-1021 On 10/5/05, David Pick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am using SNAPSHOT builds and the Maven dependencies Ant task to synchronise the local and remote repositories. The install/deploy of the

Re: [m2] pom.xml syntax

2005-10-05 Thread Arik Kfir
I love maven(2) as it is - but I guess one could come up with a scenario such as database-stored POMs or something of the sort... But I agree this is definitely way out of the main-stream... ;-) On 10/6/05, Jason van Zyl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 2005-10-05 at 18:56 +, John Fallows

Re: Plugin Development Guide Questions

2005-10-06 Thread Arik Kfir
Just out of curiosity - why not have one exception class, with an *optional* causing exception? On 10/6/05, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/6/05, Allison, Bob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What is the criteria for a mojo class? In other words, when I define a bunch of classes in a

Re: ssh deployment on linux using maven 1.1-beta-1 (from CVS HEAD)

2005-10-07 Thread Arik Kfir
for the delay, am plumbing the depths of my mailbox. Did you get a resolution to this? - Brett On 9/6/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I have a project which worked great on 1.0.2, and I've been trying to move it to 1.1-beta-1. The build itself works excellent

Re: JWSDP Maven 2 ?

2005-10-07 Thread Arik Kfir
I think JWSDP belongs to Sun, which means - due to licensing issues - that the JARs cannot be placed in the Maven central repository. What you need to do is to install them in your local repository (see http://maven.apache.org/maven2/general.html#importing-jars for storing external JARs in your

Re: [ann] Maven 2.0 Beta 3 Released

2005-10-07 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Simply send a blank mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] Have a good one! :) On 10/7/05, Jocelyn Duquette [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: same for me, this is a crazy list! Richard Palfalvi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi! I am still trying to find a possibility to unsubscribe from this mailing list (I am

Re: [m2] repository deploy + site:deploy not working for me

2005-10-07 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, this happened to me too on my previous machine (haven't tried on this one yet). Happened with m1 as well... Here too, the dir on the server was created, and the logs don't tell much. I'll give it another try in a few days on this machine. Does this happen to anyone else? On 10/8/05, Ashley

Re: Changing the default repository location

2005-10-09 Thread Arik Kfir
Also, you may want to create your own personal configuration - you can place it at ~/.m2/settings.xml Maven will read it from there as well. On 10/9/05, Brian E. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Daniel, Look in your maven/conf/settings.xml. In m2, I think it's the first line. -Original

Re: [ann] Maven 2.0 Beta 3 Released

2005-10-09 Thread Arik Kfir
Perhaps you've registered under a different email? This happened to me once. Usually happens if you have more than one email account. Are you registered under [EMAIL PROTECTED] in the list, or a different account? On 10/8/05, Maciej Staszak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have the same

Re: [m2] Wrapping a tool main method in a a plugin

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
If you activate the jaxme via main, then I assume you could just as easily fork it to another process, no? Otherwise, perhaps you could try going around its main and use its api (assuming it has one?) In Ant, tasks usually either fork it or use the underlying product's api...I don't think you

Re: [m2] Wrapping a tool main method in a a plugin

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
I wouldn't copy the code - it will have to be maintained later on...which is tedious ;-) here's what I would do (heavy snipping..): public void executeXjc(String targetPackage, String outputDirectory, String schema) throws Exception { // do stuff // //execute the process // Object[] args =

Re: [m2] jsf-api pom without jar?

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
No you shouldn't ;-) The reason it is not there is because of licensing issues... Please read the following link: http://maven.apache.org/reference/standard-sun-jar-names.html On 10/10/05, Dave Brondsema [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks! Sounds like I should create an issue for adding the

Re: [m2] jsf-api pom without jar?

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
there. Is it because they're API only? Brian Arik Kfir wrote: No you shouldn't ;-) The reason it is not there is because of licensing issues... Please read the following link: http://maven.apache.org/reference/standard-sun-jar-names.html On 10/10/05, Dave Brondsema [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: [m2] jsf-api pom without jar? (fixing javax depenedencies)

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
/ http://www.ibiblio.org/maven2/servletapi/servletapi/2.3/ Brian Arik Kfir wrote: umm..not sure actually According to previous postings in this list, and the policy+license of Sun, I think they shouldn't. Perhaps someone could correct me on this? On 10/10/05, Brian Bonner

Re: [m2] Wrapping a tool main method in a a plugin

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
of the Runtime class for details... On 10/10/05, Ashley Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unless I missed something, aren't we back to square one because the line that goes //execute the process still does a System.exit. AW On 10 Oct 2005, at 18:10, Arik Kfir wrote: I wouldn't copy the code

Re: [m2] Wrapping a tool main method in a a plugin

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
] wrote: I didn't realize you were talking about Runtime.exec(). I did briefly consider it but then I didn't want to make my code OS dependent. Hobsons choice though! On 10 Oct 2005, at 23:02, Arik Kfir wrote: No - look at the javadocs for the java.lang.Runtime class. The Runtime.exec

Re: Maven 2.0 Multi-Project HowTo?

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
Please see the http://maven.apache.org/maven2/maven-model/maven.htmlreference - what you're after is the parent element. On 10/11/05, Russell, Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, that did help me get further. Next question, since I can't seem to find any documentation... How do you setup

Re: Compiling Multiple Source Trees

2005-10-10 Thread Arik Kfir
Are these classes used in your test cases? If so, I think the simplest solution would be to put them in src/test/java. Test classes are not put in your final distribution/jars. On 10/11/05, Allison, Bob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to set things up in a project to compile a set of

Re: Disabling Transitive Dependencies

2005-10-12 Thread Arik Kfir
I think you add an exclusions tag to a dependency. See the POM reference in the maven 2 site at http://maven.apache.org/maven2/maven-model/maven.html; enjoy.. On 10/12/05, Alvarado, Juan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any way that when a dependency is configured, just that dependency is

[m2] release:prepare removes information from POM

2005-10-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, I'm trying to prepare a release using m2 release:prepare. Inside the POM I have: plugins plugin artifactIdmaven-release-plugin/artifactId inheritedfalse/inherited configuration

Re: [m2] Xdoclet Not Working

2005-10-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, *I think* the pluginManagement section only sets defaults. To actually bind the plugin to the lifecycle, you need to add something like this (in parallel of the pluginsManagement element): plugins plugin artifactIdxdoclet-maven-plugin/artifactId groupIdorg.codehaus.mojo/groupId

Re: Disabling Transitive Dependencies

2005-10-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Do repositories defined in settings.xml or poms always override the ones in ibiblio? On 10/12/05, Dave Brondsema [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Many projects in the m2 repository don't specify scope and optional properly for all their dependencies, so you can get a lot of extra jars. What I've done

Re: Disabling Transitive Dependencies

2005-10-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Oh sure - I meant in general... does maven declare that poms defined in internal repos override ibiblio? On 10/12/05, Stephen Duncan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You need to figure out the right groupId for the exclusion. Depending on where you're getting the dependency from it's either

Re: [m2] Converting from Ant based projects that have create than one artifact

2005-10-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Yes, you should create two modules - one that produces a JAR, and one that produces a WAR (and has a dependency on the module generating the JAR). It should be something like this: root | +---pom.xml | +---war-module | | | +-pom.xml | | | +-src... |

Re: Is it possible to disable default repo [m2]

2005-10-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Yes we need this too, for offline sites. The way we did this for m1 is to hack the 'maven.jar' file in the installation, and edit the 'default.properties' file. Is there a better way? On 10/14/05, Russell, Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it possible, either in the pom.xml or the settings.xml,

Re: Is it possible to disable default repo [m2]

2005-10-14 Thread Arik Kfir
one, for example, when you are using maven-proxy. - Brett On 10/14/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes we need this too, for offline sites. The way we did this for m1 is to hack the 'maven.jar' file in the installation, and edit the 'default.properties' file. Is there a better

[m2] Resolved version of plugin is a snapshot...

2005-10-15 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, I'm building m2 from svn (yeah I know...but I'm testing the release plugin) but when I run m2 release:prepare on my project (using the built m2 from svn), I get: [ERROR] BUILD FAILURE [INFO] [INFO] Resolved version

Re: Wanted: How to get minimal and first maven project working

2005-10-15 Thread Arik Kfir
How do you *run* your program? Maven doesn't control your program execution, just the creation of the binaries (like 'make'). If you run from the commandline, make sure you specify the appropriate classpath. If you run from inside an IDE, make sure it is configured to add the classpath. P.S.

Re: Maven 2.0 RC now available

2005-10-15 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Do you plan to release the core before the final plugins versions? IMO it would be best to release final versions of the plugins (atleast the core plugins like compiler,sources,resources, etc) before the final m2 release. Or perhaps I just misunderstood? :D On 10/15/05, Brett Porter [EMAIL

Re: M2: Install third party library

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Christian, It is very easy - see http://maven.apache.org/maven2/general.html#importing-jars for instructions. On 10/17/05, Christian Schlaefcke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi folks, I try to install a third party jar into my local repository. Under M1 I was used to create a directory that

Re: Suggestion: Seperate list for M2?

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
+1 m1 and m2 are inherently different. Such a massive rewrite is now something that happens everyday, and therefor a seperate list would not be required for m3, m4, etc. However - I think once m2 becomes final - the [EMAIL PROTECTED] should be focused on m2 - not m1. The m1 list should be named

Re: M2: Install third party library

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
no problem :D On 10/17/05, Christian Schlaefcke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank you! I promise to take a closer look to FAQ next time ;-) Hi Christian, It is very easy - see http://maven.apache.org/maven2/general.html#importing-jars for instructions. On 10/17/05, Christian

Re: [m2] is maven.xml still used

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Xavier, Are you looking at http://maven.apache.org; or http://maven.apache.org/maven2;? Moreover - m2 doesn't use maven.xml anymore. Custom goals should be written as plugins from now on. See http://maven.apache.org/maven2; for more information about that (see

Re: SNAPSHOT Dependency not working for me

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Could you post the dependency you're declaring? On 10/17/05, Gianfranco Oldani [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I try to use the SNAPSHOT keyword in a dependeny but I get always an errop message. Maven try to search for an artifact with SNAPSHOT in the name e.g. artifactId-1.2.7-SNAPSHOT.jar

Re: SNAPSHOT Dependency not working for me

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
artifactIdspring-core/artifactId version1.1.4-SNAPSHOT/version typejar/type /dependency /dependencies Original Message Follows From: Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Maven Users List users@maven.apache.org To: Maven Users List users@maven.apache.org Subject: Re: SNAPSHOT

Re: Maven Internal Repository Setup

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Sampreet - if you can't access the http://localhost:8080/maven; then it is not related to Maven - you probabaly forgot to configure your tomcat. If you are new to tomcat - I recommend you try the tomcat site or the tomcat mailing list for help. cheers, Arik. On 10/17/05, Andreas Guther

Re: SNAPSHOT Dependency not working for me

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Original Message Follows From: Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Maven Users List users@maven.apache.org To: Maven Users List users@maven.apache.org Subject: Re: SNAPSHOT Dependency not working for me Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 20:11:06 +0200 When you specify that you depend on a snapshot

Re: sun jars

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Xavier, These JARs are not in the repository because they can't be redistributed. You need to download them from Sun's site (at http://java.sun.com) and install them manually in your local repository. See http://maven.apache.org/maven2/general.html#importing-jars for manually installing JARs

Re: [m2] is maven.xml still used

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Xavier! Actually it is written - see http://maven.apache.org/maven2/maven1.html, which summarizes the changes between m1 and m2. The the first section -What's Changed? - says: (quote) * No more maven.xml - Plugins are now easier to build

Re: sun jars

2005-10-17 Thread Arik Kfir
Oh...no, I don't think so ;-) On 10/18/05, Lukas Theussl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was thinking in terms of m1. :) Is there an equivalent of install:install-file in m1? -Lukas Arik Kfir wrote: I'd suggest not putting them in your local repo by hand, but use: m2 install:install-file

Re: Bug in compile plugin (or in Java ?)

2005-10-18 Thread Arik Kfir
The java compiler does not warn you if you use API that's new since 1.5 - it only makes sure you use language constructs that are available in 1.4 as well. This means, for instance, that you won't be able to use enums or generics. But it will not prevent you from using any API (1.5 or not). This

Re: sun jars

2005-10-18 Thread Arik Kfir
No, that's ok. The license prohibits you from *redistributing* the JAR. As long as its for your own use, you're fine. On 10/18/05, Pilgrim, Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: Lukas Theussl [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] ==== You have to download these jars

Re: [m2]versioning

2005-10-18 Thread Arik Kfir
You can use the m2 release plugin, but afaik it's not yet production ready (there are some quirks here and there). On 10/18/05, Xavier Toth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To have repeatable builds I want to be able to build specific scm tagged versions and have dependency lists that match the given

Re: sun jars

2005-10-18 Thread Arik Kfir
as part of your application, but could not distribute them as themselves... the difference being that you as the application developer have agreed to abide by the license. I may be wrong, but I don't think your restricted to for your own use. - Brill Pappin On 10/18/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL

Re: Remote shared repository in M2

2005-10-19 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, If you named it central then it would override ibiblio. As for sharing it - you can create a shared maven installation, in which the repo is defined (via m2/conf/settings.xml) On 10/19/05, Pete Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to use M2 but want to use a shared filesystem

Re: [M2.0] Getting started with M2.0 and Eclipse

2005-10-20 Thread Arik Kfir
No, for that you will Mevenide - however, I believe Mevenide does not support m2 yet. On 10/20/05, Piotr Bzdyl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, The source is within http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/components/trunk look under maven-plugins/maven-eclipse-plugin. Just a little

[m2] link to mojo.codehaus.org from the Available plugins page

2005-10-20 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Minor (very minor) suggestion: post a link to http://mojo.codehaus.org from the Available plugins page in the m2 site. Could be useful for newcomers that want additional plugins... arik. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: Re: [m2] Fatal error trying mvn site

2005-10-23 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Seems to me that each m2 plugin should reside in its own project, or, create more *versions* in JIRA that pertain to plugin-issues only. Currently, it's impossible to track the roadmap/changelog for plugin releases. Quickest route imo: leave everything as is, but create more versions in the

Plugin release dates

2005-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi all, I was just wondering - are there any *rough* estimates as to when plugin final releases will start rolling out? Right now, even though m2 is final, the plugins are not. Even if you install a clean m2 with a clean local repo, jars like maven-model-2.0-beta-X.jar, settings-model-beta-X,

Re: M2 settings descriptor doc or maven bug

2005-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
try adding a iddefault/id to the profile... On 10/24/05, Brian E. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The activeByDefault doesn't work in the settings.xml, but it does in the pom: profiles profile activation activeByDefaulttrue/activeByDefault /activation iddefault/id repositories

Re: Pulling API and SRC Jars from Repos

2005-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
That doesn't work for me - I have to delcare an additional dependency, and a classifier. Like this: dependency groupId... artifactId... version... classifiersources/classifier /dependency same for javadoc (no s in the end of javadocs... ;-) As for deploying them - I bind the

Re: Pulling API and SRC Jars from Repos

2005-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
cool! On 10/24/05, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/24/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That doesn't work for me - I have to delcare an additional dependency, Yes, that's correct, but I believe the eclipse plugin automates this and the others can too. As for deploying

Re: Plugin release dates

2005-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
for a release. The site and reporting plugins are the only core plugin still in beta, I think - did you notice something else? - Brett On 10/24/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I was just wondering - are there any *rough* estimates as to when plugin final releases will start

[m2] Exception in release plugin

2005-11-11 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, I've encountered the following exception: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/projects/corleon-site/trunk$ mvn release:prepare -Dusername=arikkfir [INFO] Scanning for projects... [INFO] Searching repository for plugin with prefix: 'release'. [INFO]

Re: [m2] Exception in release plugin

2005-11-12 Thread Arik Kfir
. - Brett On 11/12/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've encountered the following exception: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/projects/corleon-site/trunk$ mvn release:prepare -Dusername=arikkfir [INFO] Scanning for projects... [INFO] Searching repository for plugin with prefix: 'release

Re: Documentation -- making better use of the wiki

2005-11-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Although I'm not part of the original discussion, big +100 from me :) On 11/12/05, Alexander Hars [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Jason, Thank you for setting up the mavenusers space on confluence. While this solution is certainly better for integrating the documentation with Maven, it has the

Re: Documentation -- making better use of the wiki

2005-11-12 Thread Arik Kfir
Provided that somehow this will (slowly, based on available time of maven devs) propagate back to the official Maven docs On 11/12/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Although I'm not part of the original discussion, big +100 from me :) On 11/12/05, Alexander Hars [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: RE : [m2] release:prepare (java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: -1)

2005-11-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Yes, I've seen this too. For now I've reverted back to using x.y-SNAPSHOT - but this definitly happens ;-) On 11/14/05, Olivier Lamy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No Just : SNAPSHOT. It's in order to deploy snapshot in a maven1 repository. But it works really better with version-SNAPSHOT. Thanks,

Re: EJB3 Pluggin and .par MNG-699 (Nonexistent component: org.apache.maven.lifecycle.mapping.LifecycleMappingpar)

2005-11-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi cameron, This is because the EJB plugin does not yet support EJB 3.0. On 11/14/05, cameron clarke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ejb3 and par packaging types. when I attempt to build a multi-module I get the following error: [INFO] Building Unnamed - uk.co.abc:abc-data-access:par:1.0-SNAPSHOT

Re: RE : [m2] release:prepare (java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: -1)

2005-11-14 Thread Arik Kfir
cool :) On 11/14/05, Emmanuel Venisse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I fixed this exception Emmanuel Olivier Lamy a écrit : No Just : SNAPSHOT. It's in order to deploy snapshot in a maven1 repository. But it works really better with version-SNAPSHOT. Thanks, - Olivier -Message

Re: EJB3 Pluggin and .par MNG-699 (Nonexistent component: org.apache.maven.lifecycle.mapping.LifecycleMappingpar)

2005-11-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Oh...why create another module? On 11/14/05, Stephane Nicoll [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No. The EJB plugin won't support EJB3, there's an EJB3 plugin in MOJO-99 but it's not yet available. Regards, Stéphane On 11/14/05, Arik Kfir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi cameron, This is because

[m2] exception in Maven while processing dependencies with type

2005-11-14 Thread Arik Kfir
from a dependencyManagement clause in the parent POM). Filed a JIRA issue under http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MNG-1562 Thanks, Arik Kfir. POM B is an EAR pom. The maven-ear-plugin makes sure that deps going into the app.xml

Re: [m2] release plugin problems

2005-11-15 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Make sure you define the following in your pom.xml: build plugins plugin artifactIdmaven-release-plugin/artifactId configuration tagBasehttp://www.mysvnserver.com/myproject/tags/tagBase /configuration /plugin /plugins /build This

Re: [m2] EJB3 and PAR - Including the classes of the par package...

2005-11-15 Thread Arik Kfir
Use a Class-Path entry in the MANIFEST.MF file of the .ejb3 file (this is standard in j2ee, not a hack :) On 11/15/05, Thomas Marek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I use some classes of the par package in the ejb3 package. So the classes of the par package should be in the classpath. How can i do

Re: [m2] EJB3 and PAR - Including the classes of the par package...

2005-11-15 Thread Arik Kfir
Does your ejb3 project has a dependency on the par module? like this: dependency groupIdmyprojecT/... artifactIdmyPAR/... version... /dependencty On 11/15/05, Thomas Marek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, That's for ejb, but not for ejb3. I want that maven add the classes of the par

Re: [m2] EJB3 and PAR - Including the classes of the par package...

2005-11-16 Thread Arik Kfir
I'm not familiar with the ejb3 plugin - but perhaps because the dependency is of type par and not 'jar' - maven doesn't add it to the classpath? On 11/16/05, Thomas Marek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Arik Kfir schrieb: Does your ejb3 project has a dependency on the par module? like

Re: [m2] creating a par package and including it in an ear

2005-11-17 Thread Arik Kfir
I think you need to use the 'maven-par-plugin' (in the mojo project, at http://mojo.codehaus.org/) However, AFAIK its not released yet. On 11/17/05, Bruno Aranda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am doing my first steps with maven... I have a multi-module setup that involves the creation of

Re: [m2] creating a par package and including it in an ear

2005-11-17 Thread Arik Kfir
but not as part of the 2.0 release. Hope it helps, Stéphane On 11/17/05, Bruno Aranda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, I know, to summarise, my question was if someone has successfully included a par generated with that plugin inside an ear... Thanks, Bruno 2005/11/17, Arik

unpackOptions excludes tag has no effect

2007-10-24 Thread Arik Kfir
that instead of **/*.jar I have also tried /WEB-INF/lib/*.jar, /WEB-INF/lib, and similar combinations, but to no avail. If anyone has encountered anything like that, or if you spot something I'm doing wrong here - I'd appreciate your help. Thanks, Arik Kfir.

Re: speed comparisons from maven 2 to Ant?

2006-05-12 Thread Arik Kfir
is a good starting point for learning the real benefits of using Maven over more low-level tools such as Ant. Kind regards, Arik Kfir. On 5/13/06, Mick Knutson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am writing up a general proposal about the benefits of Maven over Ant. And I guess I have not seen heaps of weel

Re: log4j.properties expendable and ignored

2006-05-12 Thread Arik Kfir
suggestions ido - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- __ Cheers, Arik Kfir [EMAIL

Re: log4j.properties expendable and ignored

2006-05-13 Thread Arik Kfir
is that there is a log4j.xml file in the classpath somewhere. Config files in xml format are used in preference to ones in properties format. Regards, Simon On Sat, 2006-05-13 at 02:47 +0300, Arik Kfir wrote: I think there's a JIRA on the surefire plugin which gives precedence to the main classes over the test

Re: log4j.properties expendable and ignored

2006-05-13 Thread Arik Kfir
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Re: Status on mavenide (maven2) IDEA plugin?

2006-05-26 Thread Arik Kfir
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Re: Status on mavenide (maven2) IDEA plugin?

2006-05-28 Thread Arik Kfir
with the idea plugin? Ben On 5/26/06, Trygve Laugstøl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Arik Kfir wrote: Hi guys, I developed the initial mevenide for idea (m1) a while ago, when m2 was only in the horizon. I've planned to start working on m2 integration but lately my time is more limited and I can't

Re: Status on mavenide (maven2) IDEA plugin?

2006-06-19 Thread Arik Kfir
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Re: getting the sources and javadocs

2006-08-22 Thread Arik Kfir
As well as the IDEA plugin, of course ;-) On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 15:57 -0400, Tomislav Stojcevich wrote: The maven-dependency-plugin has a sources goal. http://mojo.codehaus.org/dependency-maven-plugin/introduction.html mvn dependency:sources This is not available in the released 1.0

Re: EJB3 Packaging is not working a told on the Maven web site

2006-09-16 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Markus, What version of the plugin are you using? Also, a dump of the complete error might be useful too. On Sat, 2006-09-16 at 11:22 +0200, Markus KARG wrote: Dear Maven Community, Today I have seen on the Maven web site (http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-ejb-plugin/ejb-mojo.html)

Re: EJB3 Packaging is not working a told on the Maven web site

2006-09-16 Thread Arik Kfir
, it seems to be the latest published, while the ejbVersion feature was introduced in 2.1-SNAPSHOT which is not yet published. Is that right? When will 2.1 be released? Markus Arik Kfir wrote: Hi Markus, What version of the plugin are you using? Also, a dump of the complete error might

Re: site customization

2006-10-14 Thread Arik Kfir
Note that you can also use this syntax: [snip] ... menu name=modules/ menu name=reports/ ... [/snip] On Fri, 2006-10-13 at 12:20 -0700, Attila Mezei-Horvati wrote: Dohh. Here is the solution, if other people are interested: menu name=Development item name=Setup href=howto.html/

Re: Parent Directory

2006-11-24 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, Why not release these shared configuration files as another module, and let other modules depend on it? On 11/24/06, Tom Huybrechts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a frequent question, and the answer is no: there's no (Maven) way to refer to a parent or root directory from within a

Re: Offtopic: Re: Maven and .NET

2006-11-29 Thread Arik Kfir
lol! On 11/29/06, Aleksei Valikov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. Morgovsky, Alexander (US - Glen Mills) wrote: Any disclosure, copying, or distribution of this message, or the taking of any action based on it, is strictly prohibited. [v.E.1] I LOVE these legal statements in emails. :) Bye.

Re: jboss-maven-plugin

2007-01-31 Thread Arik Kfir
the server specifies the corresponding server block in your settings.xml file which should contain the username/password to login to the machine where the jbosshome is located. On 1/31/07, Wayne Fay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't use jboss-m-p. However reading the error message, I would try

Re: JUnit tests are being skipped by Maven

2007-04-18 Thread Arik Kfir
try: include**/AssetManagerTest.java/include On 4/18/07, Enrique Gaona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I'm trying to run a JUnit test in Maven, but for some reason, the tests are being skipped. In my pom.xml file, I have the junit dependency and added the maven-surefire-plugin in the hopes my

Using POM properties in xdocs

2003-10-05 Thread Arik Kfir
Hello, Is it possible to use POM properties in xdoc files? If so, how? I imagine some sort of token filtering on these files should be applied before generating the site, but I'm not quite sure where to start, as I am a bit new to maven, and I was also hoping some sort of an automated

Re: Using POM properties in xdocs

2003-10-06 Thread Arik Kfir
On Sun, 2003-10-05 at 18:00, Arik Kfir wrote: Hello, Is it possible to use POM properties in xdoc files? If so, how? There isn't actually a way to interpolate the POM generally into the xdocs but now that I realize that isn't possible that seems strange. I'm surprised you are the first

POM extend feature - improvement suggestion

2003-10-06 Thread Arik Kfir
Hello, Maven has a mechanism for project-inheritance via the extend tag. This is a good practice enabling even further standardization and unity between various project aspects, especially for organizations/corporations generating more than a small number of projects. However, I've seen in

Bundling Maven with IntelliJ Maven Plugin

2005-04-09 Thread Arik Kfir
Hello, I've built an IntelliJ/Maven integration plugin, which I'm going to publish (hopefully) tonight. The plugin uses the Maven API directly for plugin and goal discovery, meaning that it does not spawn another Maven for it process - it is done inside the IntelliJ runtime, which makes it

Re: Bundling Maven with IntelliJ Maven Plugin

2005-04-09 Thread Arik Kfir
Jason van Zyl wrote: We could definitely work together because I started hacking one together for maven2. I am not very adept at working with the IDEA API but I do know maven2 fairly well :-) I'd love to help of course. If you can pop into IRC and we can chat. We should probably also sync up

Parsing POMs (Maven 1.x) API - tips?

2005-04-11 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi, I need to parse a POM to read its properties and data. Currently I am opening a MavenSession to do this and it works good. There are drawbacks, however: 1. If the file changes, I need to reopen a MavenSession to have the POM updated 2. Performance-wise What would be the best way to do

Re: Parsing POMs (Maven 1.x) API - tips?

2005-04-11 Thread Arik Kfir
Milos Kleint wrote: by giving it a directory with pom it loads the project.xml and properties files. IQueryContext con = new DefaultQueryContext(directory); Project proj = con.getPOMContext().getFinalProject(); 10x milos - sounds great. Does it implement the parsing by

Re: possible to specify JAVA_HOME?

2005-04-11 Thread Arik Kfir
I also had a problem with java1.5+maven - what I did is modify the maven installation - I don't remember exactly what I did, but I know my "MAVEN_HOME/lib/endorsed" dir is empty, and I remember modifying the maven.bat file to NOT add the "-Djavax.xml.parser." and

Re: Need of serious help

2005-04-13 Thread Arik Kfir
Hi Dave, Did you define JAVA_HOME and (optionally) MAVEN_HOME on your machine? More over, the maven.bat is mainly a command line client - e.g. you need to specify WHAT you want it to do - for instance: C:\dvlp\myproject maven java:compile or: C:\dvlp\myproject maven jar This will create a

Re: How would I read a non-standard property file?

2005-04-20 Thread Arik Kfir
I don't think Maven can do that out of the box - but you can add a line in your maven.xml file that does that - just make sure it puts them in the right context. Also, that *could* make a nice plugin, so you can use it in other projects as well ;-) cheers, Arik. Wolfgang Hfelinger wrote:

Re: How would I read a non-standard property file?

2005-04-20 Thread Arik Kfir
Jrg Schaible wrote: This won't work in general. E.g. a property like maven.repo.remote is evaluated before the first goal ever executed. Additionally if you load properties, they are nor available in the reactors e.g. inherited by the subprojects in multiproject. You'll have to play with

Re: Ant Tasks for Maven 2.0

2005-04-25 Thread Arik Kfir
While in m1 most people do tend to say that they are more-or-less the same (not that I agree), with m2 the distinction will be a lot more obvious IMO because m2 actually defines a clear development cycle that goes way beyond what Ant does and can provide. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

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