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From Curtis Rueden <>
Subject Re: New to Maven Question
Date Wed, 24 Jul 2013 17:15:24 GMT
Hi John,

> output the build order of our products based on the poms

Is it enough to simply run "mvn validate" and parse the output? That will
show you the build order of your multi-module reactor.

If you have multiple projects in multiple reactors, you could create a
toplevel pom.xml joining them all into a single reactor, then run "mvn
validate" to get the build order. That assumes that all the POMs have
matching versions across the projects though, of course.


On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:53 AM, John Dix <> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I am a new user to Maven and was given the task at my work to come up with
> a utility in order to output the build order of our products based on the
> poms. It made sense to me that I would want to do basically the same thing
> that the Reactor does except output the tree rather than do an actual build
> so I downloaded the code for Maven and found the class files
> and as a beginning point. What I
> think I need to do here is modify the reactor code to actually output
> rather execute a build.
> Is there another way to do this very thing? If not, am I on the right
> track?
> Thanks!
> John Dix
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