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From Dirk Räder <>
Subject Re: Executing a child pom twice, keeping BOTH results
Date Fri, 12 Feb 2010 14:12:28 GMT
I was afraid you'd say something like that. Thanks anyways.

2010/2/12 Anders Hammar <>:
> Pretty much anything is technically possible. However, that doesn't make it
> right. The Maven way for your use case is to have two different
> modules/projects. Possibly also a third one where you keep things that these
> two projects have in common.
> The mind set you should have is that you only execute one build and get all
> that you want/need. You shouldn't do two executions (on one project) that
> produce two different artifacts as they will share the same GAV.
> (Someone might bring up classifiers now, but I try to stay as far away from
> those as possible... I've seen too much incorrect usage of that.)
> /Anders
> 2010/2/12 Dirk Räder <>
>> Hi,
>> I currently have a Maven module that requires some properties on
>> execution. One of these properties defines (part of) the resulting
>> file name.
>> Would it be possible to execute the module twice in a row with
>> different property values and have the resulting files of both runs
>> afterwards? The executions have to take place in a parent pom; via
>> command line would be too easy.
>> Thanks for your help!
>> Dirk
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