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From Sébastien Brisard <sebastien.bris...@m4x.org>
Subject Re: [math] custom profiles in our pom
Date Mon, 19 Nov 2012 19:42:53 GMT
Hi,


2012/11/19 Phil Steitz <phil.steitz@gmail.com>

> On 11/18/12 11:20 PM, Sébastien Brisard wrote:
> > Hi,
> > someone (I think it was sebb) wrote some months ago about defining custom
> > profiles in the pom.xml to allow for faster compilation (cobertura being
> > the culprit).
> > I've done that locally, and I'm probably not the only one. So I was
> > wondering whether we could commit one or two custom profiles which would
> > make our life easier?
> > The profile I'm using is the following
> >   <profiles>
> >     <profile>
> >       <id>fast</id>
> >       <properties>
> >         <skipTests>true</skipTests>
> >         <maven.clover.skip>true</maven.clover.skip>
> >         <cobertura.skip>true</cobertura.skip>
> >         <findbugs.skip>true</findbugs.skip>
> >         <pmd.skip>true</pmd.skip>
> >       </properties>
> >     </profile>
> >   </profiles>
> > it allows me to quickly check the generated Javadoc + users guide.
> > Other profiles could be defined, of course.
> >
> >
> > What do you think?
> > Sébastien
> >
> I don't really care, but I wonder if this is really just working
> around broken-ness.  Until one of the tests started hanging (can't
> remember which one) with Coberta, this was not an issue.

That's a  fair point. Cobertura is actually the main issue, but not the
only one. There are many reports which take for ages to generate (JIRA
report, which consistently fails on my machine, ...).

I tend to
> just use -DskipTests when I need to gen the site now and sometimes
> -Dtest= which is no harder to remember than a special profile name,
> but I am OK if others want to add this.  I have no way now of
> generating the full site including Coberta now, though, so it would
> be great if we could figure out a way to fix that.
>
> Phil
>

Sébastien

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