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From Hervé BOUTEMY <>
Subject Re: Improving Jenkins
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2016 10:52:25 GMT
looks like MNG-6135 causes a lot of issues

"Maven plugins and core extensions are not dependencies, they should be 
resolved the same way as projects."
"Maven plugins and core extensions are not dependencies": why not
"they should be resolved the same way as projects": why? what does that mean? 
they are not really currently built project either

I'm not yet asking to revert, but seriously, such changes done now without 
explanations, tests (and after having maven-resolver-provider that caused 
false positives on ASF Jenkins => we're in the blue), I really dislike it

I'm starting to be really tired of constant heavy changes like that :(



Le samedi 17 décembre 2016, 09:27:01 CET Hervé BOUTEMY a écrit :
> I fixed core-integration-testing-maven-3-embedded job
> (since wiping out the workspace was not sufficient because this target was
> re- appearing and rat complained, I just ran a build with -Drat.skip)
> Other Maven 3 jobs are failing for other cause [1], I did not investigate
> Regards,
> Hervé
> [1]
>> maven-3-jdk-1.7/1926/console
> Le samedi 17 décembre 2016, 04:17:42 CET Christian Schulte a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I renamed the 'maven-aether-provider' module to
> > 'maven-resolver-provider'. What happens on Jenkins is this: The
> > 'maven-aether-provider' folder will not get deleted correctly when
> > Jenkins performs the SCM update/checkout. This may be due to the
> > existence of the 'maven-aether-provider/target' folder. We cannot run a
> > post-build 'clean' execution. This would throw away the build result
> > after a successfull build so that no-one could download anything of that
> > build result. Does someone know how to make Jenkins correctly handle
> > module renames? Issue is the old module folder is lying around on every
> > build node and the workspace needs to be deleted manually on every build
> > node. That's one of the reasons Jenkins is sending out failure notices
> > for the 'maven-3.x' and related build jobs since a few days. Can we do
> > something about it? If not, just delete the workspace whenever such a
> > build failure gets reported until all build nodes caught up.
> > 
> > Regards,
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