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From "J. Matthew Pryor" <jmatthewpr...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: WAR Plug-in Help
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2003 11:02:25 GMT
Sorry I mean include the entire text of your
project.properties file in the
email so people can see exactly what you are doing

jmp

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mirko Novakovic
[mailto:mirko.novakovic@provinzial.com]
> Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 10:00 PM
> To: Maven Users List
> Subject: Re: WAR Plug-in Help
>
>
> Don't understand the answer...I should include the
> project.properties file in my war includes property?
As the
> property doesn't work this file is included by
default...  -----
> Original Message ----- From: "J. Matthew Pryor"
> <jmatthewpryor@yahoo.com> To: "Maven Users List"
> <users@maven.apache.org> Sent: Monday, December 01,
2003 11:15 AM
> Subject: RE: WAR Plug-in Help   > Perhaps include
the actual
> project.properties file you > are trying to use > >
Matthew > > >
> -----Original Message----- > > From: Mirko Novakovic
>
> [mailto:mirko.novakovic@provinzial.com] > > Sent:
Monday,
> December 01, 2003 7:04 PM > > To: Maven Users List >
> Subject:
> WAR Plug-in Help > > > > > > Hi,  can nobody help me
with this
> question?  Mirko > ----- Original > > Message -----
From: "Mirko
> Novakovic" > > <mirko.novakovic@provinzial.com> To:
"Maven Users
> > List" > > <users@maven.apache.org> Sent: Friday,
November 28, >
> 2003 11:32 AM > > Subject: WAR Plug-in Help   Hello,
 I am trying
> to > get the WAR > > plug-in running but it does not
work as >
> described...?  in my > > maven.war.src dierctory I
have 7
> directories from > which I want 3 > > to be included
in my war
> file. (jsp, xsl, > layout_elemente) > > Therfore I
define the
> following property: > maven.war.src.includes > > =
jsp xsl
> layout_elemente  All 7 directories are > included 
If > > tried
> to use , as a separator define the directories >
jsp/** and > >
> **/jsp/** and */jsp/** everything has the same >
effect.  After >
> > that I have defined a maven.war.src.excludes >
property and > >
> excluded the 4 directories I didn't want to be >
included. No > >
> effect. Everything is included. (I've tried the same
> patterns
> as > > in includes)  Than I have defined just a >
> maven.war.src.excludes = > > project.xml so that the
project.xml
> is not included > in the war. > > No effect it is
included...
> What am I doing > wrong???  Thanks, > > Mirko > > >
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