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From iain starks <iain.sta...@zuuk.com>
Subject Re: building an internal Maven repo for archive purposes?
Date Tue, 29 Jan 2008 08:13:08 GMT
Toby
I expect you want to look in settings.xml which can be in a number of 
places but yours is likely in ${MAVEN_HOME}/conf
Iain

toby cabot wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I've been told that it's a "best practice" to build a Maven repo on
> the corporate intranet and use that for building copies of Geronimo
> that I might want to build months (or years) from now.  Seems
> reasonable, so I'm trying, but it's a challenge to get Maven to use my
> internal repo and not external ones.
>
> I started by setting up a copy of my ~/.m2 tree (minus the jars that
> Geronimo builds locally) on an internal web server and modifying the
> top-level pom.xml to use only that repo.  That works most of the time,
> i.e. Maven makes ~599 attempts to download files from there.
> Unfortunately, it seems to be making 290 attempts to download files
> from repo1.maven.org, which I can't find in any of the pom.xml files
> in the source tree so I don't know how Maven learned about it (unless
> it's built into Maven).
>
> Any help appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Toby
>
>
>   



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