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From "Andrei Szabo (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (MPJAVADOC-53) "maven javadoc clean" fails
Date Sat, 02 Apr 2005 09:54:55 GMT
"maven javadoc clean" fails

         Key: MPJAVADOC-53
     Project: maven-javadoc-plugin
        Type: Bug
    Versions: 1.7    
 Environment: WinXP, Win2000 Pro and Maven 1.0.2
    Reporter: Andrei Szabo
 Assigned to: Arnaud HERITIER 
    Priority: Minor

If one runs "maven javadoc" and "maven clean" afterwards, everything works as expected. However,
if one uses "maven javadoc clean" the build fails w/ an error message.

Very easy to reproduce; use:

 a. >maven genapp
 b. >maven javadoc clean

The build fails with something along the lines:

<output omitted for sake of clarity>

    [delete] Deleting directory E:\Code\MavenDummyTest\target

File...... C:\Documents and Settings\Andrei\.maven\cache\maven-clean-plugin-1.3\plugin.jelly
Element... ant:delete
Line...... 30
Column.... 43
Unable to delete file E:\Code\MavenDummyTest\target\javadoc\report.txt
Total time: 15 seconds
Finished at: Sat Apr 02 12:38:16 EEST 2005

Issuing "maven clean" right after "maven javadoc clean" does succesfully remove the file in
question, namely "report.txt".

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