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Page: Maven Assemble and Distribute Artifacts FAQ
Table of Contents How to assemble an application The official docs should be sufficient, see the mavenassemblyplugin http://maven.apache.org/plugins/mavenassemblyplugin/. If applicable, prefer to use the predefined descriptors. Example: How to create an executable jar with all runtime dependencies ...
Page: Maven Dependencies and Build Stability FAQ
Table of Contents How to handle libraries that cannot be found in any public Maven repository? Download the artifact to local storage. (e.g. /tmp/) Add the dependency to pom.xml and run mvn clean install. If the dependency cannot be found, the output will display which ...
Page: Maven Deploy and Release FAQ
Table of Contents How to ensure all submodules use the same version in a multimodule reactor? Set the autoVersionSubmodules to true. <plugin> <artifactId>mavenreleaseplugin</artifactId> <version>2.3.2</version> <configuration> <autoVersionSubmodules>true</autoVersionSubmodules> </configuration> </plugin> Docs: http://maven.apache.org ...
Page: Maven FAQ
purpose of this FAQ is to answer questions related to Maven that often come up in development projects. Links to official Maven documentation should be preferred to writing custom documentation. Quickstart Maven quickstart FAQ Organize Maven projects and modules Organize Maven ...
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Page: Maven quick-start FAQ
Table of Contents What does "Maven" mean? A maven (also mavin or mayvin) is a trusted expert in a particular field, who seeks to pass his or her knowledge on to others. (From: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maven) How to learn Maven ...
Page: Maven Repository Management FAQ
Table of Contents How to use a build artifact repository manager? See Repository Management http://maven.apache.org/repositorymanagement.html for a description of the concept. See also repository manager http://www.sonatype.com/book/reference/repositorymanager.html# (Nexus centric). The maven repository can ...