I only added the style.css without a license. That is fixed now.
Sorry for the inconvenience people. Was not fully aware of this.
Ok. So you’re saying every single file needs the ASL header? Or do we have a list of which files should have that header?
Curious to find out if that plugin is able to handle different filetypes correct as I will need to use different types of commenting for java, css, xml etc.
On 06/01/2012 11:41, Robby Pelssers wrote:
I think the cocoon-parent pom is causing issues. But as I am using maven3 it might be wise that I don’t touch that file as it might break with others still using maven 2.
Can someone using maven 2 take a look if he finds errors in that pom?
Robby, the build is broken by cocoon-sample, because rat plugin finds "too many approved licenses", i.e. there are new files without the needed ASL header.
Look at https://builds.apache.org/job/Cocoon-trunk/135/console (towards the end) for details.
Regards.--Francesco ChicchiriccòApache Cocoon Committer and PMC Member