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Incremental Build runs continually [message #529343] Fri, 23 April 2010 16:58 Go to next message
rshelley  is currently offline rshelley
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I'm trying out IAM over M2E (since I'm having trouble getting it to work in Galileo 64-bit dev build). I installed IAM and imported three projects and the incremental build keeps running continuously rebuilding all the maven projects I have imported (and one of them takes forever because of a secondary compile stage). This consumes 100% of my dual processor. I don't even need to change anything and it repeatedly builds each project one after another and starts over again. I've tried closing eclipse and reopening it and have the same problem. I can't use IAM while this is happening, so I'm switching back to Ganymede and M2E for the time being.
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #529383 is a reply to message #529343] Sat, 24 April 2010 07:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Carlos Sanchez is currently offline Carlos Sanchez
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Is your build changing files in the source/resources directories?
what do you mean by a "secondary compile stage"?

if you can post the poms we could take a look at the issue

On 4/23/10 10:58 PM, Ryan S wrote:
> I'm trying out IAM over M2E (since I'm having trouble getting it to work
> in Galileo 64-bit dev build). I installed IAM and imported three
> projects and the incremental build keeps running continuously rebuilding
> all the maven projects I have imported (and one of them takes forever
> because of a secondary compile stage). This consumes 100% of my dual
> processor. I don't even need to change anything and it repeatedly builds
> each project one after another and starts over again. I've tried closing
> eclipse and reopening it and have the same problem. I can't use IAM
> while this is happening, so I'm switching back to Ganymede and M2E for
> the time being.
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #529403 is a reply to message #529383] Sat, 24 April 2010 14:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rshelley  is currently offline rshelley
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Ah, it does. I have a maven ant task that generates a configuration file into the resources directory. So that file gets updated each time it runs. The secondary compile is Google GWT that compiles Java code into JavaScript, but it do so into the target directory. Do I just have to make the "resources" folder not one of my source folders to get the plugin to stop monitoring for updates?
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #529429 is a reply to message #529383] Sun, 25 April 2010 05:20 Go to previous message
Carlos Sanchez is currently offline Carlos Sanchez
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Registered: July 2009
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IAM checks the resources folders for changes and triggers a build if
there are any.
The "best practice" with Maven is to generate everything under target/


> Ah, it does. I have a maven ant task that generates a configuration
file into the resources directory. So that file gets updated each time
it runs. The secondary compile is Google GWT that compiles Java code
into JavaScript, but it do so into the target directory. Do I just have
to make the "resources" folder not one of my source folders to get the
plugin to stop monitoring for updates?

On 4/24/10 1:33 PM, Carlos Sanchez wrote:
> Is your build changing files in the source/resources directories?
> what do you mean by a "secondary compile stage"?
>
> if you can post the poms we could take a look at the issue
>
> On 4/23/10 10:58 PM, Ryan S wrote:
>> I'm trying out IAM over M2E (since I'm having trouble getting it to work
>> in Galileo 64-bit dev build). I installed IAM and imported three
>> projects and the incremental build keeps running continuously rebuilding
>> all the maven projects I have imported (and one of them takes forever
>> because of a secondary compile stage). This consumes 100% of my dual
>> processor. I don't even need to change anything and it repeatedly builds
>> each project one after another and starts over again. I've tried closing
>> eclipse and reopening it and have the same problem. I can't use IAM
>> while this is happening, so I'm switching back to Ganymede and M2E for
>> the time being.
>
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #572916 is a reply to message #529343] Sat, 24 April 2010 07:33 Go to previous message
Carlos Sanchez is currently offline Carlos Sanchez
Messages: 114
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Is your build changing files in the source/resources directories?
what do you mean by a "secondary compile stage"?

if you can post the poms we could take a look at the issue

On 4/23/10 10:58 PM, Ryan S wrote:
> I'm trying out IAM over M2E (since I'm having trouble getting it to work
> in Galileo 64-bit dev build). I installed IAM and imported three
> projects and the incremental build keeps running continuously rebuilding
> all the maven projects I have imported (and one of them takes forever
> because of a secondary compile stage). This consumes 100% of my dual
> processor. I don't even need to change anything and it repeatedly builds
> each project one after another and starts over again. I've tried closing
> eclipse and reopening it and have the same problem. I can't use IAM
> while this is happening, so I'm switching back to Ganymede and M2E for
> the time being.
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #572948 is a reply to message #529383] Sat, 24 April 2010 14:17 Go to previous message
rshelley  is currently offline rshelley
Messages: 59
Registered: April 2010
Member
Ah, it does. I have a maven ant task that generates a configuration file into the resources directory. So that file gets updated each time it runs. The secondary compile is Google GWT that compiles Java code into JavaScript, but it do so into the target directory. Do I just have to make the "resources" folder not one of my source folders to get the plugin to stop monitoring for updates?
Re: Incremental Build runs continually [message #572978 is a reply to message #529383] Sun, 25 April 2010 05:20 Go to previous message
Carlos Sanchez is currently offline Carlos Sanchez
Messages: 114
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
IAM checks the resources folders for changes and triggers a build if
there are any.
The "best practice" with Maven is to generate everything under target/


> Ah, it does. I have a maven ant task that generates a configuration
file into the resources directory. So that file gets updated each time
it runs. The secondary compile is Google GWT that compiles Java code
into JavaScript, but it do so into the target directory. Do I just have
to make the "resources" folder not one of my source folders to get the
plugin to stop monitoring for updates?

On 4/24/10 1:33 PM, Carlos Sanchez wrote:
> Is your build changing files in the source/resources directories?
> what do you mean by a "secondary compile stage"?
>
> if you can post the poms we could take a look at the issue
>
> On 4/23/10 10:58 PM, Ryan S wrote:
>> I'm trying out IAM over M2E (since I'm having trouble getting it to work
>> in Galileo 64-bit dev build). I installed IAM and imported three
>> projects and the incremental build keeps running continuously rebuilding
>> all the maven projects I have imported (and one of them takes forever
>> because of a secondary compile stage). This consumes 100% of my dual
>> processor. I don't even need to change anything and it repeatedly builds
>> each project one after another and starts over again. I've tried closing
>> eclipse and reopening it and have the same problem. I can't use IAM
>> while this is happening, so I'm switching back to Ganymede and M2E for
>> the time being.
>
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