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From Lee Meador <>
Subject Re: [m2] Generating Source in Ant
Date Thu, 17 Nov 2005 21:31:25 GMT
Thanks for the help. It seems to be working for me.

Thats where it tells about the config stuff for the antrun plugin.

The testSourceRoot attribute is missing and there is no description on the

I'm willing to think about fixing such a thing in the documentation but have
no clue how to do so. I could spend an hour or two on it including ramp up
time. So ... since I'm counting the cost ... what is the cost in time to do
this. I guess I need to know before volunteering.


-- Lee Meador

On 11/17/05, Brett Porter <> wrote:
> On 11/18/05, Lee Meador <> wrote:
> > 1) It took me a while to find and load the plugin sources. I found no
> > reference in the docs. The page that tells how to build the source does
> not
> > load the plugin source from subversion. Its at:
> >
> >
> My bad - I moved it and haven't gotten to update that page yet.
> > Then I just use the <sourceRoot> tag (or <testSourceRoot> for test code)
> to
> > tell maven2 to compile the stuff in the folder that I put in there. I
> don't
> > know if you can put more than one relative path in there. I doubt it but
> > don't understand the implications of what's in the java source very
> well.
> Neat. This also needs to be documented, as does the
> .dependency.classpath feature and the inclusion of optional task
> dependencies inside the plugin tag. Anyone?
> > Question: Is there a way to parameterize the folder in that tag so that
> I
> > don't put "target" but put something that will use whatever the build
> > directory should be?
> ${}
> Cheers,
> Brett

-- Lee Meador
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