Maven Assembly Cannot Include Project Artifact
Which goal should I use to build my assembly? I am getting crazy with this problem. > > Thank you very much, > Kind regards, > > QL. --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] Also, the Javadoc Plugin can package them! Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up maven assembly include the current project jar in the final zip/tar up vote 21 down vote favorite 3 I am using maven http://usableflash.com/maven-assembly/maven-assembly-plugin-cannot-include-project-artifact.php
In your assembly descriptor, use:
In the following strings, type is 'jar' by default, and classifier is omitted if null. However when I ran the jar it told me Error: Could not find or load main class com.project.ServerStart Then I unzipped the .jar file and found that the assembly does not I am getting crazy with this >> problem. >> >> > >> >> > Thank you very much, >> >> > Kind regards, >> >> > >> >> > QL. >> How to delete the lines from a file that do not contain dot?
When I get a free moment I will generate tickets for each. HTH, Curtis On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 5:23 PM, QL 983 <[hidden email]> wrote: > Hi, Anders; thank you for your answer! Obviously, any fileSet or file references you may have in this descriptor may need to be adjusted or have the files they reference moved into the new child module alongside the Maven-assembly-plugin Jar-with-dependencies If we create a project assembly, including Subversion metadata directories, developers should be able to download the assembly artifact and expand it, then simply type svn up.
People Assignee: Kevin Van de Velde (@mire) Reporter: Kevin Van de Velde (@mire) Reviewer: Hardy Pottinger (Inactive) Votes: 1 Vote for this issue Watchers: 2 Start watching this issue Dates Created: Maven Assembly Descriptor It is really useful for pom.xml that are defined as the parent of others projects, or to aggregate multiples modules. Non-Repetitive Quine Boss sends a birthday message. If you really want to be careful about catching all of the war artifacts in your project, you might want to use the following pattern: *:war:* Example: Exclude all source-jar dependencies.
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Does Intel sell CPUs in ribbons? https://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-assembly-plugin/advanced-descriptor-topics.html This way, instead of expanding the distribution to find a new maven-2.0.4 directory, you'd find a maven directory. Useprojectartifact Show Anthony Whyte added a comment - 28-Jul-2011 08:27 I've cloned this issue for SAK indie projects and assigned myself to it. Maven Assembly Include Dependencies Non-Repetitive Quine What happens when a wizard tries to cast a cone of cold through a wall of fire?
Yes. In case you missed it above, artifact-identification fields are separated by colons (':') in the matching strings. Here's an example:
Alternatively, add maven-assembly-plugin in your pom and bind it to the 'package' phase so it will trigger automatically on mvn package:
I am getting crazy with this > problem. > >> > > >> > Thank you very much, > >> > Kind regards, > >> > > >> > QL. > Maven Assembly Plugin Example The Javadoc Plugin can generate the javadoc files of your projects. Not the answer you're looking for?
https://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-20938 We need to clone the ticket for other indies, e.g., samigo, profile2, msgcntr, lessonbuilder, basiclti, etc.
The only way I know how to do this with my limited knowledge is to make the pom.xml a war and allow the war to pull all the dependency jars into I am writing a little tutorial in my company about the use of the Maven Assembly Plugin to build a executable jar, with all dependencies inside it. config in pom.xml
I don't. > > /Anders > > On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 00:23, QL 983 <[hidden email]> wrote: > > Hi, Anders; thank you for your answer! I think this example works with older plugin's versions, because it is very like the one I used with Maven 2.2.1.