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From Craig Russell <Craig.Russ...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: maven console issue
Date Sun, 18 Sep 2005 02:48:51 GMT
Hi Malhi,

I only got one attachment: maven.xml. Is the jelly attachment in  
another message?


On Sep 17, 2005, at 4:09 PM, Karan Malhi wrote:

> Hi ,
> I am attaching the maven.xml and the plugin.jelly file (This is not  
> a patch).
> Please place the plugin.jelly file in ~/.maven/cache/maven-console- 
> plugin-1.1 folder . (This will replace the original plugin.jelly  
> file, so please take a back up of your plugin.jelly file)
> Now try and test maven console and please provide feedback. I  
> couldnt generate the patch because there were tabs and the variable  
> names are not very good yet . I will clean this file tomorrow/ 
> tonight and provide a patch.
> What does the new maven.xml do:
> My objective was not to touch the other goals in the maven.xml. So  
> i have written some preGoals  and postGoals for the setProps goal  
> and the console goal.
> Any time you cal setProps it will first run the preGoal for  
> setProps, which will check if you are running setProps for the  
> first time or is it the second or more time you have run it. If you  
> run the setProps the first time, it tokenizes the property values.  
> However, in console if you run it the second time, it tries to  
> tokenize Collection objects and so on. So if the preGoal for  
> setProps finds that setProps is being run the second time (or third  
> or fourth), it will just pick up the collection created earlier 
> (with the first call to setProps) and convert the values to a space  
> seperated string again, so the setProps could re-tokenize the  
> string into a Collection and the other goals can keep using that  
> collection.
> I have also fixed the issue i mentioned earlier , now you can set  
> properties while maven console is running :).
> jdo.tck.cfglist=inheritance2.conf
> Source code for maven.xml is dirty and badly indented, so please  
> forgive me for that.
> Can anybody tell me how i could use vi to convert tabs to spaces.  
> If i wanted to convert a tab to 4 spaces using vi, could you please  
> send me the command for that.
> PS: if while setting a property while maven console is running, you  
> give the wrong property name, then you will have to reset all  
> properties or start the console again.
> -- 
> Karan Malhi
> <maven.xml>

Craig Russell
Architect, Sun Java Enterprise System http://java.sun.com/products/jdo
408 276-5638 mailto:Craig.Russell@sun.com
P.S. A good JDO? O, Gasp!

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