In my jenkins job, I hit this issue where I was using
GIT_URL to embed in my MANIFEST.MF. I found it was’t actually embedding the GIT Details in my Manifest.MF, I had to switch to
GIT_URL_1 as described in Jenkins Git Plugin
I’ve been building a Maven Project that uses some jar files which are not in Maven Central (or any repository). I ran across this article – Local Maven Dependencies. I found it very helpful.
Simply, do the following:
create a directory (d:/folder/repo)
Run a maven deploy to url (it’ll create the repository details based on the flags)
mvn deploy:deploy-file -Durl=file://d:/folder/repo/ -Dfile=Common.jar -DgroupId=xyz -DartifactId=Common -Dpackaging=jar -Dversion=1.0
and add to your Maven Project’s POM
Then reference your jar file with a new dependency.
The code should almost write itself from there 🙂
I’ve been spending some time with maven so that files which matched a certain criteria were automatically moved in the project – OpenNTF SocialSDK. The files only should be moved when the files don’t have -SNAPSHOT at the end of the version.
I started modifying some code that used maven-antrun-plugin, which bridges the maven-ant worlds. I tried mixing complex conditional depends on and unless statements from Ant targets and Ant Tasks. Where the target “depends” on another target, you should be able to conditionally execute a target. I wrote the code, however it never ran cleanly, always throwing an error.
I split the ant tasks and targets into a separate file, and the code now runs cleanly. From the best practices I’ve read it’s better to pick one, and only use one Maven file or Ant file, I however couldn’t get it to read depends on targets.
I hope you find this ant-maven hack as helpful as I did.
The solution is found in the commit – added support for automatically moving the cdnjs files when a release.