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Re: [m2e-users] Using builder to auto deploy resources

Actually I just figured it out, I don't want to explicitly call the goal as the profile should be doing that for me. My problem was that my pom -> build -> resources was missing a resource entry for the area where my code was stored so it wasn't being picked up.

Thank you Igor for the suggestions they helped me look in the right place :)

-- Paul Ryan

On Mar 30, 2011, at 12:44 PM, Igor Fedorenko wrote:

> So you want zar-to-tomcat goal to be called whenever any file is changed?
> In 0.12.x you can add this goal to project lifecycle mapping via
> properties (right-click)->Properties->Maven->LifecycleMapping "goals to
> invoke on resource change...".
> Beware of potential performance problems as this goal will be called
> whenever there is a file change under src/main/resources. Ideally, the
> implementation behind the goal should be using plexus-build-api, which
> will allow it proper interaction with workspace.
> --
> Regards,
> Igor
> On 11-03-30 01:38 PM, Paul Ryan wrote:
>> Sorry let me clarify the goals that are setup in our plugin. No I don't mean the deploy goal we currently have the plugin set to tie to the a special goal called zar-to-tomcat that happens in the compile scope in the install phase.
>> Does that help?
>> -- Paul Ryan
>> On Mar 30, 2011, at 7:57 AM, Igor Fedorenko wrote:
>>> When you say "deploy" do you mean "mvn deploy" or something else?
>>> --
>>> Regards,
>>> Igor
>>> On 11-03-29 02:10 PM, Paul Ryan wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I did a quick search of the archives and couldn't find my question
>>>> being answered so if this has been asked before I apologize.
>>>> First a setup on what I'm doing. We have a custom deployment plugin
>>>> as out software has an interpreted mode so we don't have to
>>>> pre-compile a lot of our code, thus we store this code in
>>>> src/main/resources within our projects. We have a profile that can
>>>> deploy only changes to these resources and it works great from the
>>>> command line. I've configured the project (s) to have our custom
>>>> profile enabled and I've un-checked the skip maven builds on resource
>>>> box.
>>>> When I do a clean of the project this profile gets build; however
>>>> this doesn't seem to work from an auto build.
>>>> Any help on how to get this to work from an auto-build would be
>>>> greatly appreciated as this is the only thing keeping us from
>>>> completely dropping ant scripts.
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> -- Paul Ryan
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