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From "Thorsten Heit" <thorsten.h...@vkb.de>
Subject Re: Re: Antwort: eclipse plugin has a POM of its own
Date Mon, 05 Mar 2012 10:54:36 GMT
Hi Syed,

> Yeah thats a good suggestion. Also can you tell me how to remove the
> C:\RSA75Workspace\workspace/ blah blah to some thing relative to 
workspace??
> so that the POM is portable to another workspace.

According to your initial post the effective pom lets me guess that you're 
using the standard directory layout. The absolute paths are the ones Maven 
resolves from your pom.
As long as you don't have hardcoded entries in that file, your project 
should be perfectly portable to other workspaces/machines/users. You only 
have to take care if you're using relative paths, but as long as they are 
relative to your project, that shouldn't matter.

If you have to use a different directory layout, I suggest you have a look 
at the documentation ([1]), especially [2]. Depending on the plugins 
you're using you should also have a look at their documentation ([3]); 
perhaps their configuration has to be adapted to fit your project layout.


[1] http://maven.apache.org/guides/index.html
[2] 
http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-using-one-source-directory.html
[3] http://maven.apache.org/plugins/index.html


Regards

Thorsten
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