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From Amnon Khen <amnon.k...@cash-u.com>
Subject directory artifact type
Date Sun, 23 Nov 2003 14:47:58 GMT
Hi,
Is it possible to store directories in the maven repository?
I know it's better to use jars, but in my organization, we need to use
directories, at least during the phase of migrating to maven.
I tried to use something like:
 + $MAVEN_HOME/repository/foo/dirs/
+ my-comp-1.0.dir
+ my-comp-1.5.dir
but when I used it along with:
<goal name="deploy-my-project">
<deploy:copy-deps todir="some-dir"/>
</goal>
an empty directory was copied to the target directory.
Am I doing something wrong?
Has anyone encountered this problem? And solved it?
Thanks for your time and consideration,
            Amnon
 
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