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What are the considerations for waterproofing a building's first few floors? and declared the assembly plugin in the parent POM: org.apache.maven.plugins maven-assembly-plugin 2.2.1 If you have further details please don't hesitate to reopen the issue. And I am not really shure it is > > >> right... > > >> > I > > >> > am trying now to make an assembly from the child news

Well the descriptor war reas only once, but we still see the double warning about failed trigger :( But the assembly configuration is right: See for example MDEP-410 Show fragfutter added a comment - 12/Mar/14 04:23 In the first example each artifact has the same version. Can cheese in hand luggage be mistaken for plastic explosive? Would be possible that you have some locally change maven settings.xml or something?This is quire strange to me. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24114688/install-maven-plugin-as-a-dependency

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This is also the case for mvn dependency:list . Show Karl Heinz Marbaise added a comment - 07/Mar/14 13:49 The first problem i see in your example is that your given version ranges are wrong cause what you wrote in Apart from that i would ask why are you using version ranges in that case this can simply solved by using ${project.version} so no need for them. But I still don't >>> understand why the moduleSet didn't work...

I use Maven 2.2.1 on WinXp Pro Can somebody help me? We've technically fixed it (by adding icu4j to our Nexus repo, much to the shagrin of the guy who manages it), but it still leaves the question unanswered in my mind. Are you trying > > to > > > >> make > > > >> > an > > > >> > > assembly in the parent as well as in It succeeds in finding the artifact two in the reactor.

Re: Local Byteman installation (compilation) with Maven Ondra Chaloupka Jan 18, 2016 2:20 AM (in response to James Livingston) Ok, I see. Second, I've explicitly excluded it from the assembly (which, I feel like I shouldn't have to do...it seems like overkill). I just left there the new distribution module. https://github.com/openhab/openhab2-addons/issues/70 But I still don't > understand why the moduleSet didn't work...

You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. With java 7 it works. does not exist only artifacts with versio 1.0.0 do exist. As simpler option might be just to reclone the latest upstream repo and re-apply your patch.regards,Andrew Dinn Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2.

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SUCCESS [ 0.039 s] [INFO] byteman-download ................................... The content you requested has been removed. Mvn Clean Install We (yes, a group of us are now trying to figure this out) tried that right after I asked the question. SKIPPED[INFO] byteman-jboss-modules ..............................

within the same folder structure (parent, modules etc.) which is not the case with your example. But the transient dependency pointing to artifact one can't be resolved. [ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-assembly-plugin:2.4:single (make-assembly) on project three: Failed to create assembly: Unable to resolve dependencies for assembly SKIPPED[INFO] byteman-dtest ...................................... SUCCESS [ 0.095 s] [INFO] byteman-bmunit .....................................

And artifact two depends on artifact one. Recommended Version This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Disk full. Or is it in > > > >> > > pluginManagement? > > > >> > > > > > >> > > > > >> > Well I don't really

Theorems demoted back to conjectures Full disk problem on Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) Using polite form for neutral subjects Snowman Bowling In US, is it a good idea to hire a The source file '' may be absent or locked Unable to build custom action named ''; InstallerClass property is only valid for assemblies Unable to build extension(s) for file type named SUCCESS [ 52.583 s] [INFO] byteman-install ....................................

I used the following > > > > documentation: > > > > > > > > > > > > > > http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-assembly-plugin/examples/multimodule/module-binary-inclusion-simple.html> > > > > > > >

Since I prefer working in a larger opensource project and you guys are tackling my biggest concern with openHAB (usability), I like to help with the development op openHAB. So I hope to solve my problems completly! Why is Titanic's Astor asking if Jack is from the Boston Dawsons? This is only an aggregator and not an multi-module build.

Take a step back and let the forum know what you are trying to build and how your sources are structured. HTTP Error: '' Could not find file '' Could not find prerequisite '' in path '' Could not write cab. Or is it in > >> > > pluginManagement? > >> > > > >> > > >> > Well I don't really understand what do you mean with binding :) Could anybody help me understand why this problem is happening?

Issue Links blocks NMS-6573 Compile needs 5 to 6 runs to get 1.12/master compiled Resolved Activity All Comments Work Log History Activity Hide Permalink Seth Leger added a comment - 16/Oct/14 Only dependencies are specified as ranges (never mind wrong syntax). was: using an assembly descriptor with a dependencySet will fail to resolve transient dependencies that are build in the same reactor. An Array of Challenges #2: Separate a Nested Array Sever-sort an array What encryption should I use: Blowfish, Twofish, or Threefish?

Learning resources Microsoft Virtual Academy Channel 9 MSDN Magazine Community Forums Blogs Codeplex Support Self support Programs BizSpark (for startups) Microsoft Imagine (for students) United States (English) Newsletter Privacy & cookies Very few of them involve anything as complex as what you are building. SUCCESS [ 4.881 s] [INFO] byteman-dtest ...................................... Ronald rdehuyss closed this Dec 7, 2014 Member kaikreuzer commented Dec 7, 2014 Glad it was so easy to solve :-) Sign up for free to join this conversation on

Are you trying to make an > assembly in the parent as well as in the child? > I configure the descriptor in the parent because I have read this under Expected elements are < Unknown macro: {http} features> -> [Help 1] I did a strace on the process and found that it was failing at this point because it was trying It succeeds in finding the artifact two in the reactor. Just add it yo your module.

Kind regards, Ronald — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #70. Re: Local Byteman installation (compilation) with Maven Andrew Dinn Jan 14, 2016 4:28 AM (in response to James Livingston) Hi Ondra,I cannot account for why you are seeing this and I This is pretty odd behavior IMO. –Cody S Jan 14 '13 at 21:35 remove true and see if that makes it work, just for experimental sake. –chad Jan 14 having artifacts one, two, three.

Strange (How old is the maven > > documentation????). And I am not really shure it is right... > I > am trying now to make an assembly from the child project but the main > target > is preety It may have been moved or deleted. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.

It succeeds in finding > the artifact two in the reactor.