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From Dennis Lundberg <>
Subject Re: [nightly build] betwixt finder failed.
Date Sun, 07 Jan 2007 18:45:20 GMT
Phil Steitz wrote:
> On 1/7/07, Dennis Lundberg <> wrote:
>> wrote:
>> > Failed build logs:
>> > 
>> >
>> The Maven 2 installation running the nightly builds needs to upgrade its
>> jar-plugin to version 2.1, otherwise Phil's changes to the parent pom
>> will cause this failure for finder or other M2 builds.
> What is the best way to do that?  Wouldn't it be best to put the explicit
> versioned dependency in the pom(s) that need it?  I don't like having 
> builds
> depend on local setups. I guess if its maven itself that  needs to be
> upgraded we can doc that somewhere and do it, but if its a plugin, we
> learned the hard way with m1 that its best to specify these in the poms.

Yes I've thought about this some more and I agree that the best thing 
would be to lock down the versions in a parent pom somewhere, preferably 
commons-parent. That way we will have reproducible builds no matter runs it.

> Also, what changes to the parent are you talking about?

Maven-jar-plugin stopped adding Implementation-* and Specification-* 
stuff in the manifest by default starting with version 2.1. You're 
probably using that new version locally and have not noticed anything. 
The log says there is a duplicate Implementation-Title.

> Thanks for looking into this.
> Phil
> -- 
>> Dennis Lundberg

Dennis Lundberg

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