From: Timo Pröscholdt <timo@pr...> - 2010-07-16 12:39:48
now that the migration to maven has taken place I tried today to do some
development with the new code, but I'm struggling.
I checked the instructions at
http://trac.osgeo.org/geonetwork/wiki/Maven, but things are not totally
I'm working with Eclipse, so I tried to do everything there, but I ran
into trouble. So I did a command line test first.
I checked out the trunk with svn, and did a "mvn clean build" in the
trunk directory. Trying to launch jetty from there with "mvn jetty:run"
failed with a
"[INFO] The plugin 'org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-jetty-plugin' does
not exist or no valid version could be found".
So I tried the same thing in trunk/web, which then worked.
However, what I'm wondering now is: The process of starting jetty in
trunk/web created a number of directories in trunk/ web (maven_repo,
logs, jcs_caching) which are cluttering up the sourcetree.
Although I was able to login as admin, at some point I got a message in
the console that the DB was empy. Indeed I did not use gast.
Is this the right procedure for developing with maven? Anybody some
experiences on debugging/developing with eclipse?
I thought developing with maven would make things easier.. now I find
myself struggling again )-: ...
I'd be happy to write some documentation for the trac once I master the
process again, but I feel I need some hits first unfortunately.
thanks and best regards!
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