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From SomeDude <sam.anabt...@ipacc.com>
Subject Re: Can I bypass the whole Maven build part?!
Date Thu, 05 Oct 2006 15:38:44 GMT

I just downloaded the book. I have been looking for good M2 resource for a
while. This should really help. Thank you so much.
                          Sam

Wayne Fay wrote:
> 
> Hi Sam,
> 
> Please realize that "Maven a Dev's Notebook" is specific to Maven1.
> 
> In general, the comments you received in this thread were specific to
> Maven2 ie "mvn site" etc. In this mail list, we assume M2 unless you
> specify M1. The book you will want to read for M2 is "Better Builds
> With Maven" and it is a free PDF from www.mergere.com.
> 
> For all intents, you can think of M1 and M2 as completely separate
> products which happen to share a name. So don't read BBwM and then try
> to use what you've learned in M1, or vice versa.
> 
> Wayne
> 
> On 10/5/06, SomeDude <sam.anabtawi@ipacc.com> wrote:
>>
>> Great thank you so much Siegfried. SomeDude is not my real name of course
>> :)
>> I just need to be anonymous for when I ask
>> "maybe-not-so-smart-questions".
>>
>> I am almost done with chapter 1 from "Maven a Developer's Notebook" and
>> then
>> I will start trying out your advice.
>>
>> Thank you again :)
>>
>>
>>
>> Siegfried Goeschl wrote:
>> >
>> > Hi SomeDude,
>> >
>> > Not sure if SomeDude is really your name ... I did such a thing for
>> > Maven 1 ...
>> >
>> > +) you can explicitely define which reports should be generated - some
>> > of them use source code whereas some other use class files (JDepend)
>> >
>> > +) best you start with a minimal report section
>> >
>> > +) you can trigger the site generation using "mvn site" somewhere
>> within
>> > the ant build
>> >
>> > +) depending on the amount of tinkering you can also generate a
>> Surefire
>> > report passed on your JUnit test
>> >
>> > Cheers,
>> >
>> > Siegfried Goeschl
>> >
>> >
>> > PS: Good luck out there as fresh graduate ... :-)
>> >
>> > SomeDude wrote:
>> >> I am very new to Maven and from the introductory reading that I have
>> done
>> >> I
>> >> am starting to understand that if I were to use it in our projects I
>> >> would
>> >> have to replace our current build process. Here are my problems:
>> >>
>> >> 1) Boss wants me to see if Maven can be useful for us in the
>> >> documentation
>> >> process. He really likes the website feature.
>> >> 2) Boss likes the way we build our projects since we have been using
>> >> these
>> >> ginormous ant scripts for years now. He will not change the build
>> >> process.
>> >> 3) Boss would not even consider messing with our current directory
>> >> structures
>> >>
>> >> My Question is:
>> >>
>> >> Is there any way I could use Maven features like the website
>> generation
>> >> and
>> >> report creation without having to interfere with the current project
>> >> structure and build process?
>> >>
>> >> Sorry if my question is noobish, FreshGraduate!
>> >>
>> >> Thanx guys.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
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