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From "richard jackson" <rdjack...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: pom.xml in main
Date Sat, 02 Aug 2008 22:31:48 GMT
Thanks for the info I was begging to suspect that this pom was part of the
original build. So the question I still have is this pom file still needed
after the build. For instance I copy main into a another directory so I can
change the configuration and such do I still need the pom? I'm thinking
(after I read up on maven some more that is) that I want to replace it with
a simple pom that has the actions needed for Netbeans (run, debug ect.. ). I
already have felix running under Netbeans but I'm looking to make it easer
by using the Maven support versas having Netbeans Automagicly generate a Ant
script to do the same things.


On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 3:15 PM, Richard S. Hall <heavy@ungoverned.org>wrote:

> The pom.xml builds main which compiles the few source files in the main
> project and then merges those class files with the class files from
> framework and org.osgi.code (and org.osgi.compendium for service tracker)
> and puts all of these merged classes into bin/felix.jar. Additionally, it
> copies the needed shell bundles into the bundle/ directory so that you can
> start the framework directly from the main/ directory.
> -> richard
> richard jackson wrote:
>> After a build from source what is the pom.xml in the main directory used
>> for? The reason I ask is I'm wanting to modify it a little so that it
>> contains a run section (not sure how to do that yet as this is the first
>> time I've dealt with maven). The reason I would like to do this is that
>> with
>> the maven plugin for Netbeans I could then open this as a project then
>> just
>> run it from with in Netbeans with no fuss or copying of files true plug
>> and
>> play.
>> Richard
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