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From "Brad Harper (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (MINSTALL-28) Error in Project Attempting to Use maven-install-plugin with 'lib' Packaging
Date Thu, 13 Jul 2006 17:16:22 GMT
Error in Project Attempting to Use maven-install-plugin with 'lib' Packaging

         Key: MINSTALL-28
     Project: Maven 2.x Install Plugin
        Type: Bug

    Versions: 2.2    
 Environment: Win2003, running mvn 2.04 in Cygwin bash shell
Locally built version maven-install-plugin 2.2-SNAPSHOT
    Reporter: Brad Harper

I'm using M2 'maven-native-plugin' to build C++ libraries and apps. Within the
overall project structure I have a module to handle a set of 3rd-party (library) artifacts.
Some of these are native libraries (without source) and some are
built from open source.

I'd like to run

   % mvn install

in the 3rd-party module and have the pre-built libraries simply copied
into the local repository with an </artifactId> that can be expressed in
the </dependencyManagement> part elsewhere.

The POM descriptor for one of these native library sub-modules contains



but maven complains

  [INFO] ----
  [INFO] Cannot find lifecycle mapping for packaging: 'lib'
  Component descriptor cannot be found in the component \
  repository: org.apache.maven.lifecyle.mapping.LifecycleMappinglib.

The 'maven-native-plugin' is supplied by and the plugin's
use is declared in an ancestor POM descriptor. In modules where C++
source is compiled/linked, the 'install' goal moves the resulting
artifact into the repository.

Shouldn't this work?

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