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From Russell Gold <r...@gold-family.us>
Subject Re: simple questions - where to put unpackaged config files?
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 12:45:19 GMT
Hi Richard,

You can use the property	${basedir} to refer to root of the project, so the directory in question
would be ${basedir}/src/main/config

- Russ

On Jul 11, 2013, at 1:24 AM, "Richard Sand" <rsand@idfconnect.com> wrote:

> I've several projects that were created before we began using maven and
> which we've added maven to subsequently. Obviously these projects were not
> created with an archetype. Is there a "standard" folder that is commonly
> used in archetypes for holding files such as application configuration files
> or templates? The types of files I'm thinking of would not be put into
> packaging (e.g. they wouldn't be placed into the jar, war etc. created by
> maven) but would potentially be used in the install or deploy lifecycles. A
> folder such as "src/main/config"?
> 
> If such an animal exists, what property would I used to reference it in a
> plugin? e.g. the equivalent of "${project.build.sourceDirectory}". Is there
> such a property?
> 
> If not, is there a property that references the "src" or "src/main" folder?
> ${project.build.sourceDirectory} references "src/main/java" - it would seem
> to be a hack to use "../config" from there but it would work. 
> 
> Thanks!
> 
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