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From "MantissaHotmail" <>
Subject erro in junit plugin
Date Thu, 01 Jul 2004 13:26:52 GMT
    I have a test class that stays in the same packge of the classes of
junit tests, but this classe doen't use junit (have no junit test), when i
try to generate a jar of my project  the junit marks a failure in the tests
because this class has no junit test and don´t generate the jar.
    Is there something I can do to generate the jar without moving the
class to other package???

Frederico Silva Guimarães
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To: "Maven Users List" <>
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 10:07 AM
Subject: How to deploy third party jar files to remote repository

> Hi,
> I'm currently working in a project defining a new set of developer tools
> procedures for java based development in a insurance company.
> They have used ANT up to now, but have decided to switch to maven. One of
> few regrets are, that the procedure of uploading a new thirdparty jar file
> (such as the weblogic jar files, the ejb.jar, logging framework jar files
> e.t.c.) is a purely manual process.
> Have anyone devised a neat way of storing new thirdparty jar files, given
> groupId, artifactId and version that the thirdparty jar file should be
store as
> in the remote repository ?
> Btw, the remote repository in question is a companywide simple file share.
> br,
>  /Sverre
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