Re: [m2e-users] Plugin execution not coveredby lifecycleconfiguration
But what about self made plugins, or plugins which are not supported anymore but still needed in an "legacy environment"? If it's a must to develop connectors for every available plugin and there are a lot of different combinations out there, m2e will get a high-maintenance part of eclipse, which will never run out of the box. In my view, the current situation is a stop-gap solution.
Von: m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Igor Fedorenko
Gesendet: Montag, 27. Juni 2011 12:34
Betreff: Re: [m2e-users] Plugin execution not coveredby lifecycleconfiguration
I think the only long term solution is to populate m2e marketplace
catalog with lifecycle mapping configuration for various maven plugins.
Everything else is a stop-gap solution that does not really solve much.
On 11-06-27 1:52 PM, christopher-t.ng@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Hum...well that would be a downside, but I'm not convinced that placing
> all this eclipse-specific stuff in the POM is the way to go. I'd prefer
> to have common configuration in the preferences, and the ability to
> override on a project-specific basis, like a lot of the other project
> settings. If that isn't possible, I'd still prefer to replicate the
> config in each project's settings than pollute my poms with IDE noise.
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> Lifecycle mapping configuration stored outside of pom.xml will not be
> inherited from parent to child modules. For typical multimodule project
> this means the same config has to be replicated for every module.
> On 11-06-27 1:45 PM, christopher-t.ng@xxxxxxx wrote:
>> Just a quick q...why can this not be stored in the eclipse project
>> settings rather than in the POM? It seems to me that it doesn't really
>> belong in the POM.
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