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From "Milos Kleint" <mkle...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: NetBeans6.0 mavenide plugin 3.1.1
Date Wed, 21 May 2008 12:44:26 GMT
On 5/21/08, John Coleman <john.coleman@eurobase-international.com> wrote:
> Hi Milos,
>
>  In profiles.xml we have an active profile called DEVTST that has a
>  property buildNumber.check as true, but in settings.xml we have activate
>  a profile called MYPROFILE that has buildNumber.check false. We do this
>  so that the buildnumber plugin doesn't check for developers, but does in
>  continuum.

I'm not sure if something changed here, but it would be in maven
itself, not the maven integration in netbeans.
However I'd say your setup is somewhat non-standard in a way. I've
always assumed profiles.xml files are private in a sense they don't
get commited to svn. With that in mind it seems natural to me that the
global private settings in settings.xml are overriden by project
specific settings from profiles.xml.


I'd say if you want to have continuum to build it with checks on, that
should be the "default" in the sense it's in a profile that is
activated by default or is not in the profile at all, but in pom.xml
in non-profile section. then your settings.xml settings would kick in
and skip the checks and continuum (or anyone else for that matter)
would by default include the check in the process.



>
>  It used to be the case that the property value in the settings.xml was
>  applied, but now it seems the profiles.xml value takes precedence. I
>  even used the new configuration dialog to activate the MYPROFILE, yet
>  the property gets its value from DEVTST.
>
>  I hope that is clear. We also seem to of found that a load of the
>  artifacts in the repositories could not be accessed until the
>  configuration dialog was used to choose a profile, even artifacts from
>  previously reliable external repos don't get found?

hmm.. that's strange. Not sure if it's a problem in maven, mevenide or
your setup. if you have a sample application that documents the
problem, please file an issue, i'll look into it.

Milos

>
>  Regards,
>
> John
>
>
>  > -----Original Message-----
>  > From: Milos Kleint [mailto:mkleint@gmail.com]
>  > Sent: 21 May 2008 10:02
>  > To: Maven Users List
>  > Subject: Re: NetBeans6.0 mavenide plugin 3.1.1
>  >
>  > On 5/21/08, John Coleman
>  > <john.coleman@eurobase-international.com> wrote:
>  > > Hi,
>  > >
>  > >  One of our developers just reinstalled Netbeans6.0 and as a
>  > > consequence  pickud up the latest Maven plugin 3.1.1. Now
>  > his builds
>  > > don't work  because the active profile set in his settings.xml is
>  > > ignored in  preference to the active profile in the profiles.xml.
>  > > Previously the  settings in settings.xml always took priority.
>  >
>  > you mean the settings.xml profiles are not active when
>  > loading the project or when building? that would be a bug.
>  > However I'm not sure what the comments about priorities mean,
>  > I would assume both locations would be checked and their
>  > active profiles activated.
>  >
>  > >
>  > >  So what has changed, and how do we rectify this problem?
>  >
>  > the major change was an upgrade of the maven embedder (which
>  > solved a bunch of issues, but created a pile of it's own)
>  >
>  > best steps to proceed would be to file a bug report against
>  > mevenide and provide a sample project demonstrating the problem.
>  >
>  > Milos
>  >
>  > >
>  > >  TIA,
>  > >  John
>  > >
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