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From Vadim Gritsenko <va...@reverycodes.com>
Subject Re: pom poms
Date Thu, 02 Aug 2007 12:38:14 GMT
Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
> Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>> I get it... But this comes at a great price of not being able to build
>> Cocoon

    ^^^^^^

>> with sane amount of work. What I would like to avoid is to do
>> something like this manually:
>>
>>  * rm -rf ~/.m2/repository/org/apache/cocoon
>>  * Checkout cocoon-configurator-api tag 1.0.0
>>  * mvn install
>>  * mvn source:jar
>>  * Checkout cocoon-spring-configurator tag 1.0.1
>>  * mvn install
>>  * mvn source:jar
>>  * Checkout cocoon-doohickey-ho tag 1.2.3
> I want that one! Where is it? :)
> 
>>  * mvn install
>>  * mvn source:jar
>>  * (... repeat another 100 times ...)
>>
>> What I would like to do is:
>>
>>  * rm -rf ~/.m2/repository/org/apache/cocoon
>>  * Checkout cocoon tag 2.2-RC1
>>  * mvn install
>>  * mvn source:jar
>>
>> I see how I can do former for all artifacts comprising current RC1
>> release; do you have a suggestion on how to do latter?
> Hmm, sorry I don't get your problem

I want to build Cocoon :) Including, let's say, configurator-api-1.0.0. I don't 
want it to be downloaded - I want to build it. :)

Vadim

> - if a module is refering to a
> released artifact of cocoon, let's say configurator-api 1.0.0, than this
> is in the global repository. Sure if you remove your whole local
> repository, then you ran into problems when building with -o option.
> But why do you want to delete your local repository?
> I would replace the "rm -rf ~/.m2/repository/org/apache/cocoon"
> with a version that only removes snapshot from the mentioned directory.
> That should solve your problem I think.
> 
> Carsten


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