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From Mirko Friedenhagen <>
Subject Re: Problems setting up a custom package type II - plugin/mojo versions in components.xml
Date Thu, 04 Jul 2013 08:59:08 GMT
Hello Vincent,

thanks for your answer. Just so I get this right: I am looking at my
IT-pom [1] and it has no parent defined. I am running Apache Maven
3.0.5.  In my output I *do not* see the plugin-versions defined in the
super POM from Maven-core (this are the ones defined in
default-bindings.xml[2], right?) but newer ones as they are defined in
the parent-pom of the plugin/extension project.

* Say I have an extension (should be almost the same with a plugin)
with version 2.13 of surefire in the pluginManagement of it's POM.
* I include this extension in a parent pom PP and define 2.14.1 in the
pluginManagement section.
* In project A inheriting this parent pom I define 2.15 as version.
* Now should I expect the run of 2.15 for A, 2.14.1 for projects just
having PP as parent and all projects not using the PP but the
extension to use 2.13, right?

Regards Mirko

On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 8:33 AM, Vincent Latombe
<> wrote:
> These are taken from the parent pom (super POM coming from maven core,
> any parent pom that you define)
> Regards,
> Vincent
> 2013/7/4 Mirko Friedenhagen <>:
>> Hello everyone,
>> now I am getting greedy :-). I see that you may specify versions for
>> the goals being executed during phases in components.xml for custom
>> package types.
>> Is there a way to convince the versions-maven-plugin etc. to update
>> these versions as well?
>> Or. where are the versions for the plugins in components taken from?
>> Regards Mirko
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