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From Vincent Latombe <vincent.lato...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to tell what "arch" value Maven is going to find?
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2013 06:41:26 GMT
Hello,

use mvn -v, you'll see a line about OS information. These are the values
maven reads.

Vincent


2013/8/15 KARR, DAVID <dk068x@att.com>

> I defined a profile for Linux to set a path to a Linux executable.  The
> executable is 64-bit, and the architecture is 64-bit (the "uname -a" output
> has "x86_64").  I didn't put anything in the profile specification for
> architecture.  For completeness, I wanted to define a profile with 32-bit
> Linux, along with a 32-bit executable, and have them fired correctly.  I
> first just tried changing the one profile, adding "<arch>x86_64</arch" to
> the "os" element.  Unfortunately, the profile didn't activate, so I'm
> guessing Maven saw a different architecture value.  How do I know what
> architecture value Maven is going to detect?
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