|Re: Cannot get Embedded maven to recognize profile specified in launch configuration [message #26448 is a reply to message #26413]
||Tue, 12 May 2009 18:18
Originally posted by: igor.ifedorenko.com|
This  m2eclipse-dev mailing list thread has some info about maven
version currently used by m2e. Keep in mind, though, that we are about
to replace maven embedder with latest and greatest from maven 3.0 trunk,
so if you can wait couple of weeks, the problem will likely go away by
Will Horn wrote:
> Run As -> Maven build...
> Then I specify the profile in the text field on the launch configuration
> dialog. I have debugged m2e up to the point where it processes the
> launch configuration and correctly sets the -P parameter from the text
> field. The problem is that somehow the embedded runtime doesn't pick
> this up in my particular case.
> How do I debug the embedded runtime and figure out why the -P parameter
> is insufficient to activate the profile?
> "Igor Fedorenko" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Are you running something like Run As->Maven install? How do you
>> activate the profile?
>> Will Horn wrote:
>>> This is a strange issue, but I'm throwing it out to this newsgroup
>>> since I'm not sure how to proceed. I have a custom ant task that I
>>> want to run after the packaging phase (copy the test-jar somewhere).
>>> Some configurations work and some don't:
>>> 1) m2e using embedded maven - doesn't work
>>> 2) maven 2.0.9 cli - works
>>> 3) m2e using external 2.0.9 - works
>>> 4) m2e using embedded maven AND making the profile "active by
>>> default" - works
>>> 5) also downloaded and tried 2.1.0 which works as well
>>> What is most confusing is that I can't reproduce this on a simple
>>> project. So it must be something in my complex project structure. I
>>> tried debugging m2e but got stuck without the source code for the
>>> embedded maven jars.
>>> Ring a bell for anyone? What could cause a profile not to be picked
>>> up? Any suggestions on how to debug further?
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