[m1] Xdoc open in new window and external link

2005-08-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
I am struggling to find out how to have a link open in new window, particularly in navigation.xml. I have looked all over the xdoc files in Maven 1.1 source, and have not found an example. I also looked through the xdoc plugin docs and to the Jakarta-Site tag instructions, but didn't find the

[m1] xdoc fillbuf error on jdepend-report.xml

2005-08-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
This has been running flawlessly for 2 to 3 months, and now am getting this error the past few days on xdoc parsing of the jdepend report file. The archives has nothing on fillbuf...Any guidance on this? Does it mean full buffer? I searched through its plugin.jelly file, but did not see buffer

Re: [m1] Xdoc open in new window and external link

2005-08-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
. Can you open an issue to add the doc and update the schema please. Thx Arnaud On 8/11/05, Gisbert Amm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What about item name=Name href=URL target=_blank/? If I do understand correctly what you're looking for ... Regards, Gisbert Amm Jeff Jensen wrote

RE: [m1] xdoc fillbuf error on jdepend-report.xml

2005-08-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
d'origine- De : Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : jeudi 11 août 2005 16:38 À : Maven Users List Objet : [m1] xdoc fillbuf error on jdepend-report.xml This has been running flawlessly for 2 to 3 months, and now am getting this error the past few days on xdoc parsing

RE: [m1] Xdoc open in new window and external link

2005-08-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
MAVEN-1661 for the schema changes. MPXDOC-156 for the doc changes. -Original Message- From: Arnaud HERITIER [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2005 5:32 PM To: 'Maven Users List' Subject: RE: [m1] Xdoc open in new window and external link Thank you Gisbert and

RE: Release Maven 1.1 final?

2005-08-17 Thread Jeff Jensen
This is not an answer to your question, but is sharing an experience. I have been successfully running 1.1 on a large codebase since before the official 1.1 beta 1 release (by regularly building HEAD). I suggest trying it, as I am not experiencing problems the term beta implies! -Original

RE: Maven Validator (maven-xhtml-plugin): Could not start validation: null not found

2005-08-17 Thread Jeff Jensen
trying to get this to work on 1.4...:) Jeff Jensen wrote: I found using 1.5 eliminates the problem (did you see my follow-up post?). I have not pursued making 1.4 work though. Java 5 includes xerces while 1.4 doesn't. So I figured I'd just have to include xerces somewhere explicitly to make

[m1] bootstrap build error

2005-08-24 Thread Jeff Jensen
I have been attempting to build m1 via bootstrap again, and have the following compile errors. I did not find the cause from a quick review, and am wondering if this is a known bootstrap problem before I spend more time with it. I have verified the classes exist, visual inspection found no

RE: [m1] bootstrap build error

2005-08-24 Thread Jeff Jensen
-Message d'origine- De : Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : mercredi 24 août 2005 14:36 À : 'Maven Users List' Objet : [m1] bootstrap build error I have been attempting to build m1 via bootstrap again, and have the following compile errors. I did not find the cause from

RE: Introducing Maven to developers

2005-08-24 Thread Jeff Jensen
I agree with the incremental approach. One of the first things I did in introducing Maven to my current client is to just set it up to generate site. I started on my PC and generated site to it, sharing a file:// URL for others to use the HTML pages. The value of all the reference docs

Re: [m1] multiproject dependency problem

2005-08-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
Try setting this property with the projects in the order you want them processed: maven.multiproject.includes= Quoting stéphane bouchet [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi all, I have a problem using multiproject. i have a project called 'core' and another called 'applet'. the 'applet' project depends

RE: [m1] bootstrap build error

2005-08-27 Thread Jeff Jensen
Jeff, Yes it was these files ;-( The download of dependencies was broken. I had your problem some days ago, which was the use of a bad release of the maven model in the ejb plugin. But it was fixed :-( Arnaud -Message d'origine- De : Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé

RE: [m1] bootstrap build error

2005-08-27 Thread Jeff Jensen
To: Maven Users List Subject: RE: [m1] bootstrap build error I wonder if this could be related to the 503 (service unavailable) errors I have been getting from ibiblio periodically while trying to bootstrap Maven2... -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent

RE: [m1] bootstrap build error

2005-08-27 Thread Jeff Jensen
for 1.0 at build time. - Brett On 8/28/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are you having compile errors too, or something different like unable to download dependencies, or other? I'm getting compile errors on can't find classes (even though they exist!). -Original Message

RE: Announcements mailing list

2005-09-20 Thread Jeff Jensen
I would very much appreciate some type of announce list (and many products with busy lists like Maven's have one!). The user list traffic has been increasing for awhile, and I expect it to only continue increasing! While I did not know the use of the Apache announce list, I really don't want the

RE: Announcements mailing list

2005-09-20 Thread Jeff Jensen
mailing list On 9/21/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would very much appreciate some type of announce list I've put the request in. Another user mailing list issue is the overloading of both m1 and m2 on the same list. Some time back, we voted to unify. This was more on the dev

Re: Release builds and continuous integration

2005-10-03 Thread Jeff Jensen
Consider that this is outside of the build tool. I suggest branching to a release codeline for releasing from, when the product is ready. Your release process sounds formal enough for this (it is usually easy to be formal enough). You can also then take care of #2 by having it monitor the

RE: Release builds and continuous integration

2005-10-03 Thread Jeff Jensen
. ..David.. -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 9:27 AM To: Maven Users List Cc: Maven Users List Subject: Re: Release builds and continuous integration Consider that this is outside of the build tool. I suggest branching

RE: Suggestion: Seperate list for M2?

2005-10-17 Thread Jeff Jensen
+1 When I want both, I subscribe to both. When I want one, I subscribe to one. Quoting Casper Thomsen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I doubt people will continue doing that for very long. In my opinion it makes no sense to have both in one list, since they are so different it would generate a large

RE: [M2] Docbook support

2005-10-20 Thread Jeff Jensen
Yes, we will use Maven's docbook support. -Original Message- From: Jose Gonzalez Gomez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 12:10 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: Re: [M2] Docbook support 2005/10/20, Emmanuel Venisse [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Jason van Zyl a écrit :

Re: [M2] Docbook support

2005-10-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
I think you are right on. +1 Quoting Jose Gonzalez Gomez [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 2005/10/25, Jason van Zyl [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Tue, 2005-10-25 at 09:35 +0200, Jose Gonzalez Gomez wrote: Brett, Do you mean docbook support in Doxia or are you talking about anything else? He meant

[m2] work in progress location for any docs?

2005-11-05 Thread Jeff Jensen
The docs page http://maven.apache.org/guides/index.html has some nice ones. Is there a work-in-progress version I can read on this one: Guide to creating a multi-module build http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-multi-module.html ? I am ramping up on m2, have a successful install of the

[m2] plugins vs dependencies

2005-11-05 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hello, If I understand plugins and dependencies correctly, JUnit is a plugin. Yet, the POM examples I see have it as a dependency. It seems useful to have it as a dependency, as then one can use scopetest/scope. I don't know how one could specify a dependency as a plugin, but vice-versa is

[m2] parent's relativePath

2005-11-05 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi, In parent, how does one use relativePath? I can only get POM inheritance to work if I have done a mvn install on the parent project. Then the component projects find it in the local private repo. I'm sure I just don't understand something yet. If there is docs on it, please give me an RTFM

RE: [m2] parent's relativePath

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MNG-740 -D On 11/5/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, In parent, how does one use relativePath? I can only get POM inheritance to work if I have done a mvn install on the parent project. Then the component projects find it in the local private repo. I'm sure I

[m2] module paths for system scope are relative to parent pom

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
When building from the parent POM dir, all paths are relative to it. A problem occurs when its modules have dependencies of scopesystem/scope - the module's corresponding systemPath is relative to the parent POM dir, instead of the module's POM dir. With a module's systemPath set to compile

RE: keyword SNAPSHOT in depedency version is ignored

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
When I have this in the parent POM: dependencyManagement dependencies dependency groupIdjunit/groupId artifactIdjunit/artifactId version[3.8.1,)/version scopetest/scope /dependency [snip] This is the result when run in a module: [INFO]

RE: keyword SNAPSHOT in depedency version is ignored

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
, or the JAR). We are in the process of minotiring the repository for such errors. - Brett On 11/7/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I have this in the parent POM: dependencyManagement dependencies dependency groupIdjunit/groupId artifactIdjunit/artifactId

RE: keyword SNAPSHOT in depedency version is ignored

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
Actually, I should say I can't tell! Is there more info to get somehow? Was there something specific you were expecting that isn't there?? -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 7:28 PM To: 'Maven Users List' Subject: RE: keyword

RE: [m2] how to generate two jars

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
Checkout profiles. That may take care of what you are looking for. -Original Message- From: Miguel Griffa [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 7:37 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: [m2] how to generate two jars Hello all I have a m2 project which I want to

RE: [m2] parent's relativePath

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
on relativePath and I just missed it? -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 8:08 AM To: 'Maven Users List' Subject: RE: [m2] parent's relativePath Thanks Dan, My problem seems similar/same as your MNG-740. I too have the parent pom

RE: [m2] parent's relativePath

2005-11-06 Thread Jeff Jensen
and artifact ID is still required as when the parent is coming from the repository, it must look for the parent in the repository, and so on. This feature is only for enhancing the development in a local checkout of that project. Hope that helps On 11/7/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

RE: [MAVEN 2] Update /maven.apache.org/guides/introduction/introduction-to-repositories.html

2005-11-07 Thread Jeff Jensen
Regarding the wiki/others helping, do you know that the code and docs are available to you from subversion? When having something to contribute, you can get it and patch it. I have done this many times on m1.1, and was an easy process. The hardest part was waiting for a committer to get the

RE: [m2] module paths for system scope are relative to parent pom

2005-11-07 Thread Jeff Jensen
Sorry, but I still have not solved this problem... Does anyone know how to? -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 11:23 AM To: 'Maven Users List' Subject: [m2] module paths for system scope are relative to parent pom When

Re: mvn site for parent does not create site info for children?

2005-11-08 Thread Jeff Jensen
What goal did you run? Only site:deploy will do what you are looking for. Running site only does the site build. The goals for each plugin are listed on the Maven plugin docs. Here is the one for site: http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-site-plugin/ Quoting Dietrich Schulten [EMAIL

RE: [m2] doc suggestions (was Guide to creating archetypes)

2005-11-09 Thread Jeff Jensen
http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MNG-1479 Thanks Jason. Quoting Jason van Zyl [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 22:01 -0600, Jeff Jensen wrote: Besides the multi-module doc, my experience wishes for the POM entry descriptions - some are too vague. More detail (what is it for/why

Re: Fwd: [jira] Created: (MNG-1492) A more in-depth guide on the elements of the Project descriptor (pom.xml) file.

2005-11-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
How is this different from http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MNG-1479 Quoting Anuerin Diaz [EMAIL PROTECTED]: hi guys, since most of the features/enhancements are being prioritized depending on the number of votes, i created the ticket below for a more detailed guide on the pom.xml file.

Re: Fwd: [jira] Created: (MNG-1492) A more in-depth guide on the elements of the Project descriptor (pom.xml) file.

2005-11-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
JIRA. I posted that JIRA ticket when I was leaving the office. I should have searched more closely. Ill put a comment to re-direct to your ticket. I just hope others vote so we can get a more comprehensive documentation. ciao! On 11/10/05, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How

RE: CheckStyle html report contains no source link

2005-11-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
Valid points. I add docs to that list. When unable to work on them, I suggest finding or creating JIRA issues and lobbying others to vote on them! This gives some indication to the Maven dev team what us users value. _ From: David Sag [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday,

RE: Root pom - very basic question

2005-11-13 Thread Jeff Jensen
On the Maven home page, click Getting Started in the left menu nav: http://maven.apache.org/guides/getting-started/index.html On that page, start with this section: How do I build more than one project at once? Then, click Documentation in the left menu nav:

RE: Using Maven with WSAD

2005-11-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
I create all projects with WSAD/Eclipse and then configure Maven to use them. I think that is easier because WSAD/Eclipse expects things is a very specific way, and Maven can (almost always) adjust to the directory organization needed by setting the right elements in the POM. And creating

RE: RE: Using Maven with WSAD

2005-11-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
to the pom.xml and use mvn eclipse:eclipse again to update the classpath all my WebSphere specific settings are removed from the .classpath and .project files. Are you using eclipse:eclipse after the a pom.xml change? Thanks. -Oorspronkelijk bericht- Van: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

[m1] Maven 1 Cobertura Plugin 1.4 released

2007-07-29 Thread Jeff Jensen
We are pleased to announce the Maven Cobertura Plug-in 1.4 release! http://maven-plugins.sourceforge.net/maven-cobertura-plugin/ Cobertura is a free Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test

[m1] Anyone have JDiff working with Perforce?

2007-07-31 Thread Jeff Jensen
Not successful yet with my initial setup (not much to it!), and the error message doesn't reveal much other than it happens on the scm:checkout: jdiff: [mkdir] Created dir: C:\devroot\perforce\VANTAG~1\main\target\jdiff\vantage_3.0.15 [echo] *** WARNING: Error ignored:

RE: FEST - Fixtures for Easy Software Testing - in a Maven repository?

2007-08-01 Thread Jeff Jensen
Search here: http://www.mvnrepository.com/ -Original Message- From: Vihung Marathe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 7:07 AM To: Maven User Group Subject: FEST - Fixtures for Easy Software Testing - in a Maven repository? Can anyone here tell me if the released

[m1] Maven 1 FindBugs plugin released

2007-08-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
We are pleased to announce the FindBugs Plug-in 1.4 release! http://maven-plugins.sourceforge.net/maven-findbugs-plugin/ A plugin to automate FindBugs tasks === Changes in this version include: Fixed bugs: o

RE: JMock 2

2007-09-01 Thread Jeff Jensen
You can search for things with this site: http://www.mvnrepository.com/ -Original Message- From: Marco Mistroni [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 4:24 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: JMock 2 hello all, does anyone know if jmock2 has been uploaded in

RE: Eclipse and Maven best practice

2007-09-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
-Original Message- From: Jim Sellers [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 3:23 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: Re: Eclipse and Maven best practice I've used separate locations for a few reasons: 1) in web apps to keep the default location (WEB-INF/classes)

RE: Improving the documentation of plugins (was maven is hard)

2007-09-30 Thread Jeff Jensen
-Original Message- From: Dennis Lundberg [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 5:41 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: Re: Improving the documentation of plugins (was maven is hard) [snip] 5.1 and 5.2 are frustrating because they often have just enough info to

RE: Maven good Design

2007-10-16 Thread Jeff Jensen
Yes, that is correct...one artifact per build. As you already hinted, you may find the project count daunting at first. I believe after awhile you will appreciate the precision of the organization/separation. This helps focus on modules/components organization. -Original Message-

RE: Maven 1.x Checkstyle

2007-10-16 Thread Jeff Jensen
Can you explain further what you are trying to do and what is the problem? I don't quite understand... -Original Message- From: Choudhary, Jay [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 10:03 AM To: Maven Users List Subject: Maven 1.x Checkstyle All, I have a

RE: Ideas for integrating the code for a custom build step into project source code

2007-11-01 Thread Jeff Jensen
Done completely, I don't think it is a smell, but a good solution. I suggest: 1. Make a custom PMD project that contains your Java rules and PMD rules files, and its own POM. The artifact type is a jar. 2. Deploy/install the jar to your corporate repo (or local if not available). 3. Add the

Clarifications on DB, container, and M1 usage

2007-11-08 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi, I am about to setup the beta 3 to determine feasibility of switching from Proximity (I did a quick setup exploration so far). I have been reviewing archive messages on user and dev, and read the wiki for education on Archiva. I've also reviewed many of the JIRAs to understand current known

RE: [m1] Findbugs 1.1 plugin's dependencies not in repository

2006-05-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
Thanks Lukas. Yes, the current M1 FindBugs plugin snapshot uses 0.9.6. My team has been running it for a couple of weeks without problem. -Original Message- From: Lukas Theussl [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 1:24 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: Re: [m1]

RE: How to notify developers that test(s) fail?

2006-05-22 Thread Jeff Jensen
For the notification, CruiseControl or Continuum, depending on your needs. This is a separate process from the site gen. -Original Message- From: Dave Hoffer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 22, 2006 7:24 PM To: users@maven.apache.org Subject: How to notify developers

Re: Need information on maven proxy

2006-05-24 Thread Jeff Jensen
FYI: The Configuration page links to the files are still broken (The requested resource cannot be found. Referer: http://maven-proxy.codehaus.org/Configuration). I obtained it by following the fisheye links (hopefully it is current - last changed by Carlos 6 months ago, it says). -Original

Re: Rant (very long)

2006-05-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
Your experience is not singular. Try Maven 1; many of us still use it while M2 is hardened and more plugins completed. Quoting Chas Douglass [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I really liked the idea of Maven2 when I heard about it, and when a fellow developer used it successfully to build a small library

maven-proxy for m1: 400 response

2006-05-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
I'm trying to get maven proxy to work, but am seeing this: Attempting to download junit-3.8.2.jar. Error retrieving artifact from [http://my.url/repository]: org.apache.maven.wagon.TransferFailedExc eption: Failed to trasfer file: http://my.url/repository//junit/jars/junit-3.8.2.jar.

Re: Proximity 1.0.0-alpha1

2006-05-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
I've been looking at that too. Looks like we have to modify web-inf/applicationContext.xml to change the repo info and then proximity.properties to set new/change dir locations. An enhancement idea is to have this user-config info separate from internal product config info. Quoting ben short

RE: Proximity 1.0.0-alpha1

2006-05-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
Great! If long term plan is not in the immediate future, a nice quick change to make it easier on user customizations is to move those settings to a separate file right away, so we don't have to merge with new release files. We need to add a few more repos to the list and customize file

RE: [ismicro-commons] Proximity: possible to have config files outsideof WEB-INF?

2006-05-26 Thread Jeff Jensen
cstamas Jeff Jensen wrote: Hi, Since we source control product config files, it is much easier for us when we can configure products to point to their config files in our desired location (i.e. into a dir in the SCM's workspace). So far with Proximity, we have changed settings

[ANN] [M1] FindBugs Plug-in 1.2 released

2006-06-04 Thread Jeff Jensen
We are pleased to announce the FindBugs Plug-in 1.2 release! http://maven-plugins.sourceforge.net/maven-findbugs-plugin A plugin to automate FindBugs tasks === Changes in this version include: New Features: o

[ANN][M1] Cobertura Plug-in 1.2 released

2006-06-04 Thread Jeff Jensen
We are pleased to announce the Maven Cobertura Plug-in 1.2 release! http://maven-plugins.sourceforge.net/maven-cobertura-plugin Cobertura is a free Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test

RE: inhouse WebSphere repo

2006-06-07 Thread Jeff Jensen
That is interesting...how does one then utilize POMs like that once in a remote repo, with the jars in my own proxy or local repo? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Carlos Sanchez Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 5:13 PM To: Maven Users List

RE: NoClassDefFoundErrorfor a few classes that seems to be in the classpath

2006-06-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
I think the basic idea you need first is that Maven's classpath is derived from the project's dependency list. So if you need a jar on the classpath, specify it as a dependency. That understanding will jump you over the next hurdles you face :-). This should help too:

RE: NoClassDefFoundErrorfor a few classes that seems to be in the classp

2006-06-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
Let's see the dependency def's you have for the problem ones. -Original Message- From: Jimisola Laursen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2006 2:53 PM To: users@maven.apache.org Subject: RE: NoClassDefFoundErrorfor a few classes that seems to be in the classp Hi! I

RE: common jars between modules in EAR

2006-06-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
Did you add the common jar to the manifest of the war? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2006 7:44 AM To: users@maven.apache.org Subject: common jars between modules in EAR Hello all, I would like to build an ear with some

RE: Maven repository manager (and maven-proxy)

2006-06-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
I agree with Ben. After struggling with maven-proxy (something was wrong with how it created the download URL, so it never downloaded anything), I setup Proximity in under 2 hours (including source controlling the config files, customizing, and experimenting with them), then spent a few more

Re: Maven repository manager (and maven-proxy)

2006-06-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
Agreed. The stats page as-is looks potentially interesting, but not a critical feature. Quoting ben short [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Tamás, I have never used the stats page and cant think when it would really be usefull to me. I would suggest leaving it out of of the first release and then add it

[m1] maven-findbugs-plugin-1.3-SNAPSHOT available

2006-06-24 Thread Jeff Jensen
This snapshot contains: - the new FindBugs 1.0.0 release - a new property maven.findbugs.failOnError; default is true, which is the original setting. Please try it and reports any problems. Thanks! - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

RE: [m1] maven-findbugs-plugin-1.3-SNAPSHOT available

2006-06-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
binary ? 2006/6/24, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This snapshot contains: - the new FindBugs 1.0.0 release - a new property maven.findbugs.failOnError; default is true, which is the original setting. Please try it and reports any problems. Thanks

RE: Maven findbugs Settings

2006-07-07 Thread Jeff Jensen
In the reports section, add an entry like other reports: /reports ... reportmaven-findbugs-plugin/report ... /reports (I will add this to the docs - thanks). -Original Message- From: tulasi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 7:07 AM To: users@maven.apache.org

RE: Maven findbugs Settings

2006-07-07 Thread Jeff Jensen
The SourceForge plugins are for Maven 1.x, not 2.x. -Original Message- From: tulasi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 7:32 AM To: users@maven.apache.org Subject: RE: Maven findbugs Settings Dear friends, its not working.. i have tried like this reporting

[m1][ANN] FindBugs Plug-in 1.3 release

2006-07-09 Thread Jeff Jensen
We are pleased to announce the FindBugs Plug-in 1.3 release! http://maven-plugins.sourceforge.net/maven-findbugs-plugin A plugin to automate FindBugs tasks === Changes in this version include: New Features: o

JSSE implementation in a public Maven repo?

2006-07-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi, I'm looking for a JSSE implentaton hosted in a public Maven repo. I have not been able to find one. Obviously it must be an OS one, not Sun's or IBM's. Can anyone advise of one? For example, anyone working with Jessie? http://www.nongnu.org/jessie

Re: JSSE implementation in a public Maven repo?

2006-07-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
Thanks Dalibor. Do you know if the Jessie artifacts are in any public Maven repos? Quoting Dalibor Topic [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Mon, Jul 10, 2006 at 12:21:47PM -0500, Jeff Jensen wrote: Hi, I'm looking for a JSSE implentaton hosted in a public Maven repo. I have not been able to find

Re: Maven 1: Profiling the Build

2006-07-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
Does this help? http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/maven-users/200507.mbox/[EMAIL PROTECTED] Quoting Geoffrey Wiseman [EMAIL PROTECTED]: We've got a multi-project build that's been taking progressively longer; it's not yet critical, but I wouldn't mind a way to get simple 'profiling'

RE: Maven 1.1-beta3 maven-artifact-plugin 1.8

2006-08-09 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi Steve, Yes, this is an issue I encountered as well. I have found that the 6/30 1.1-beta3-SNAPSHOT does not have this problem, but every release since then does. See 20060630/ here: http://people.apache.org/~aheritier/maven/1.X/snapshots/ We are researching the problem to find a fix. In

Re: [ANN] Proximity Demo Site

2006-08-09 Thread Jeff Jensen
Thank you for continuing to make and improve such a fine product! We are happy with the quality of work, clarity of docs, and ease of installation and use. Quoting Tamás Cservenák [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi all, Proximity demo site started to work on address:

RE: [m1] unable to run jar:deploy using maven-1.1-beta3

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi Siegfried, This JIRA seems to represent the problem you are experiencing: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MPARTIFACT-71 If you think so, would you please add your details to it? -Original Message- From: Siegfried Goeschl [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006

RE: Maven 1.1-beta3 maven-artifact-plugin 1.8

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Jensen
to be the right thing, at least for me... ;-) And is there a 1.9-SNAPSHOT available somewhere? Steve On Thu, 2006-10-08 at 08:01 -0500, Jeff Jensen wrote: Hi Steve, Would you mind adding your details on the deploy error with m1.1b3 to this JIRA, please? http://jira.codehaus.org/browse

[m1] Best way to sftp a file?

2006-08-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi, what is the best way to simply FTP an artifact to a server in a specified dir? Cargo is for containers, so I think that's not it. Wagon seems the likely answer, but the pages are broken so I can't read about it (http://maven.apache.org/wagon/ clicked from the links on the Maven main page;

Re: [m1] Best way to sftp a file?

2006-08-15 Thread Jeff Jensen
:-( You can have a look a the artifact plugin in m1 to see how to use it. Arnaud On 8/16/06, Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, what is the best way to simply FTP an artifact to a server in a specified dir? Cargo is for containers, so I think that's not it. Wagon seems the likely

RE: Including XML tags in FML pages: How?

2006-08-20 Thread Jeff Jensen
Wrap it in ![CDATA] and source: faq questionHow do xyz.../question answer p Check out the following XML Example: /p source![CDATA[ sometag foo bar... /sometag ]]/source /answer /faq -Original Message- From: Gero Vermaas

RE: [m2] copy of Central Repository

2006-08-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
That's fine, these products allow manual installation as well (in fact, they expect you to). This handles the use cases of using commercial artifacts (Oracle, MQ Series, and Java itself, etc.) and installing artifacts from your own company's products. By your statement, I wonder if you

RE: Question on process to request new artefact's to be uploaded to ibiblio or other Maven repos

2006-08-25 Thread Jeff Jensen
http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-ibiblio-upload.html -Original Message- From: Rob Walker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 25, 2006 10:13 AM To: users@maven.apache.org Subject: Question on process to request new artefact's to be uploaded to ibiblio or other Maven

RE: [m2] copy of Central Repository

2006-08-28 Thread Jeff Jensen
the library in internal.central. Is there a way of controlling this. Would I be able to control who can _automatically_ populate internal.central and give an error to the others ? Thanks again for you assistance in this issue. Thanks Lakshman -Original Message- From: Jeff Jensen [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: Tomcat Deploy

2006-08-28 Thread Jeff Jensen
Maven 1 or 2? -Original Message- From: Douglas Ferguson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 3:45 PM To: users Subject: Tomcat Deploy We just made the ant to maven switch and we lost our ability to do file deploy. Which just amounted to copying the files into the

RE: snapshot - maven 1.0.2

2006-09-01 Thread Jeff Jensen
I'm a bit confused by your email description. What happens when you change the version number? You didn't state how you are trying to get version 1.5, and the dependency example you gave shows 1.2. Additionally, I suggest these changes to your example, based on what I understand from your

RE: snapshot - maven 1.0.2

2006-09-01 Thread Jeff Jensen
:35 PM To: Maven Users List Subject: Re: snapshot - maven 1.0.2 hi Jeff Jensen thanks to replay ,yes you are write i have to use 1.5 in version but i need some think that i have not to mention the version no. and it will download the latestes jar file from the repository ,i am sure that to do

RE: [m1] Test in sub-project depending on tests in another sub-project...

2006-09-04 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi Benoit! It works, but requires the exact relative position between them and pulls in the class files vs. a jar depends. If you are happy with that, then you are done! If not, I suggest: - create a TestFramework module - put the base/common test classes from modules A and B in it (in the

RE: [Maven-plugins-user] Configure to check local instead of remote

2006-09-04 Thread Jeff Jensen
Hi mkp, Please post general Maven questions on the Maven users list - this list is for the plugins hosted here at SF. I am redirecting there. In your reply, please remove the SF list. Maven does look in the local repo, and first, by default (by local repo, I infer you mean the .maven dir on a

Re: [m1.1-rc1] javadoc does not generate anything...

2006-09-05 Thread Jeff Jensen
Did you set the package tag? Quoting Benoit Xhenseval [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi *, Sorry to disturb... I cannot see what is wrong with my project.xml... why is this not generating any javadoc? I am using the conventional directory structure: project |- projectA |- src |- main

Re: Concepts to Understand Before Using Maven

2006-09-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
If I understand which document you are referring to, it is xdoc and part of the Maven site docs: http://maven.apache.org/maven-1.x/start/concepts.html The xdoc plugin translates it to HTML. Quoting vijay jagtap [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello First, thank you for your article Concepts to

Re: [maven1.x] maven-test-plugin.jar 1.8.1

2006-09-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
Read Non-Bundled Plugins here: http://maven.apache.org/maven-1.x/start/concepts.html Quoting Ming Cheung [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I need maven-test-plugin-1.8.1.jar for maven 1.x for my testcase be able to run successfully. Recently, I downloaded the maven 1.1-beta-3. and learned it only comes

RE: [maven1.x] maven-test-plugin.jar 1.8.1

2006-09-11 Thread Jeff Jensen
? Sincerely, Ming Cheung WebSphere Web Services Developer Address: IBM, Inc. 11501 Burnet Road, Austin, TX 78758 Tie Line: 678-0733 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jeff Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] 09/11/2006 05:04 PM Please respond to Maven Users List users@maven.apache.org To Maven Users List users

Re: Creating a FAQ with FML format

2006-09-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
It is basically an xdoc doc, so use CDATA. See #9 here: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/jakarta-site2.html Quoting Sebastien Pennec [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I've created a faq using the fml format, and I just can't get to display an xml example in the answer element. Here's what I'm

Re: Creating a FAQ with FML format

2006-09-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
=remoteHost value=127.0.0.1 / ... /appender ]] The CDATA part gets printed on my html page... Do you have any idea about what does wrong? Sébastien Jeff Jensen a écrit : It is basically an xdoc doc, so use CDATA. See #9 here: http://jakarta.apache.org/site/jakarta-site2.html

RE: [M1] AspectJ with two source trees (main/src main/test)

2006-11-13 Thread Jeff Jensen
Are you saying that the test classes in test-classes need a pass by the AspectJ compiler, or the test classes do not see the AspectJ compiled classes in the classes dir? (or something else entirely?) The fact that the production classes compile to target/classes and the test classes compile to

RE: out of memory problem in maven 1.x

2006-11-14 Thread Jeff Jensen
http://maven.apache.org/maven-1.x/reference/command-line.html -Original Message- From: Neeraj Bisht [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 6:25 AM To: Maven Users List Subject: out of memory problem in maven 1.x hi we are compiling our gwt source with maven

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