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From Felix Knecht <>
Subject Re: [Studio] Using the Maven Release Plugin
Date Fri, 19 Sep 2008 12:06:24 GMT
Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot schrieb:
> Hi all,
> I want to give you an update on where I am with the use of the Maven
> Release Plugin in Studio.
> I still can't get the release plugin to work correctly, but I have
> made significant progress...
> I'm not working on Apache's SVN repository to do my testing but on my
> employer's private SVN repository.
> So unfortunately, I can't show you the modifications I had to make
> until now, but here's a quick summup.
> First, I had to change our version numbering scheme for SNAPSHOT
> version. We're currently using ".SNAPSHOT" instead of "-SNAPSHOT" and
> it was causing issues, so I had to switch back to the original
> To do so, I had to update the Maven Studio Plugin because "-SNAPSHOT"
> at the end of the version is not valid for an OSGI bundle.
> Then, I was able to provide all the informations the Maven Release
> Plugin (resolve snapshot dependencies, provide final version and next
> iteration version, as well as SCM tag name).
> The Release Plugin has modified all the poms with the informations I
> provided and started to run a "build" with the following command: "mvn
> clean verify".
> Everything went fine until the build of the updatesite project which
> made the build failed as it could not find the artifact
> <http://1.3.0.>

Just some ideas
- Did your run using the -Prelease profile?
- Did you verify if at this moment the artifact exists in your local

> The problem is that this project was successfully built by the same
> command a few seconds before...
> Do you have any idea on what's going on ?
> After the build stopped, I tried to re-build it myself (not using the
> Release plugin but using "mvn clean install". Everything went fine,
> the updatesite project included...
> So, I have no idea why it's failing when I run it using the Release
> plugin.
> If you have an idea. Feel free to tell me... ;)
> Thanks,
> Pierre-Arnaud

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