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From Eric Kolotyluk <>
Subject Re: Trouble Getting Going with 1.4.0
Date Mon, 09 May 2011 02:00:52 GMT
OK, there was no settings.xml in my ~/.m2 so I added the default one.

I have been using Maven and m2e for months never needing to do that, so 
I don't understand why NPanday needs it there? I would consider that a bug.

Now when I try to add an artifact it complains

How am I supposed to know where that is?

I've been struggling with NPanday for hours just because I want to try 
to add a dependency to log4net, and I still cannot see any light at the 
end of the tunnel.

It is so much easier to use the Sonatype plugin for Eclipse.

By the way, the file 
npanday-repository-builder-1.4.0-incubating-bin.tar.gz had no npanday 
directory in it, so I'm using the one from the 1.3.1 release.

Cheers, Eric

On 2011-05-08 6:37 PM, Deng Ching wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> The message from the pop-up was just a warning, so you should still be 
> able to add an artifact. What happens afterwards when you click OK?
> The settings.xml file btw, is a configuration file used by Maven where 
> you can set the repositories that you want Maven to look for 
> artifacts/dependencies of your project when you build it. It is also 
> used by NPanday in a similar way during project import, artifact 
> re-sync and when building your project.
> Thanks,
> Deng
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 9:23 AM, Eric Kolotyluk 
> < <>> wrote:
>     I used
>         * npanday-repository-builder-1.4.0-incubating-bin.tar.gz
>         * npanday-installer-1.4.0-incubating.msi
>     to set up NPanday, and I was able to set up my POMs ok.
>     I'm trying to get NPanday to work with Visual Studio 2010, but
>     when I try to add and artifact I get
>     Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?
>     Cheers, Eric

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