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From Rafael Vanderlei <>
Subject Is there a way to ignore profiles in settings.xml?
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2011 16:18:09 GMT
Hi everyone.

If I configure my .m2/settings.xml to activate some profiles, is there a way
to deactivate all of them  on the command line "in one go", so I can use
only explicitly typed profiles?


Let´s say I have declared 4 profiles in settings.xml
profile1,profile2,profile3,profile4 and configure they as active profiles.

Now let´s say I want to run a build only with other profiles, like profile5
and profile6.

But I dont want to run something like ' mvn
-P!profile1,!profile2,!profile3,!profile4,profile5,profile6 package '

I would like something like ' mvn <magic_argument> -Pprofile5,profile6
package '

Is there such a "magic_argument" that ignores all profiles declared as
active in settings.xml ?

Thanks and regards.
Rafael Vanderlei.

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