Take a look at maven exists plugin 
<https://chonton.github.io/exists-maven-plugin/0.0.2/>].  This has goals to 
prevent deployment or installation of artifacts which already exist.

> On Feb 5, 2017, at 5:38 AM, org.apache.maven.u...@io7m.com wrote:
> Hello.
> For years, I've been developing libraries as sets of modules sharing a
> (semantic) version number. For each project, the project's root Maven
> module defines the version number for all modules in the project. As a
> result, intra-project dependencies can be efficiently declared like
> this:
>  <dependency>
>    <groupId>${project.groupId}</groupId>
>    <artifactId>a-module</artifactId>
>    <version>${project.version}</version>
>  </dependency>
> My release process for version x.y.z of any project looks like this:
>  $ git flow release start x.y.z
>  $ mvn versions:set -DnewVersion=x.y.z
>  $ git add pom.xml */pom.xml
>  $ git commit -m 'Mark x.y.z'
>  (try a build, wait for CI results, etc, etc, etc)
>  $ git flow release finish
>  $ git push --all
>  $ git push --tags
>  $ mvn clean deploy site site:stage && mvn nexus-staging:rc-list
>  $ mvn nexus-staging:rc-close -DstagingRepositoryId=...
>  $ mvn nexus-staging:rc-release -DstagingRepositoryId=...
> However, I've recently begun migrating to OSGi and in an OSGi context,
> as soon as you have API bundles, it makes more sense to have
> independently semantically-versioned modules. The version number of the
> aggregating root Maven module therefore identifies a set of module
> versions as opposed to dictating a fixed version number for all
> submodules.
> This is all fine, except for step 8 in my release process... If an API
> module has not changed, the version number will not have changed.
> Artifacts are immutable, and therefore I don't want to attempt to
> deploy the same version of a module again. I can try to manually deploy
> by specifying a list of projects with -pl, but this means that my
> release process has to be different for each project. I have rather a
> lot of projects (~70 and counting), so I'd prefer to avoid any
> project-specific procedures in order to preserve my own sanity.
> Is there some way I can get the deploy plugin (or possibly the nexus
> staging plugin) to determine that it doesn't need to deploy a module
> twice?
> M

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