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Re: [m2e-users] Maven LifeCycleManagement

Hello Igor,

thank you for your fast reply. Yes our configurators changes JavaCode an starts PMD, checkstyle, findbugs.

We have the following problem:

We have Maven-Projects wich includes Configurators for Java-Formatting (settings of FormatRules in Eclipse),
PMD, Findbugs, Checkstyle, etc.

Before m2eclipse 1.0 these Configurators were running automatically by m2eclipse when a developer changes a code. In version 1.0 we now have to atache these configurators to a maven-plugin and the lifecycle.

Now the question is:

1) Is it possible to start these configutors automatically without ataching to a maven-plugin and the lifecycle ? 2) If we have to atache our configurators to a maven-plugin (e.g. maven-enforcer-plugin) is there a posibility to atache more than one configurator to this plugin in the "lifecycleMappingMetadata" (see example below) ?

Thank you for your help an have a nice weekend.

Best regards
     Sascha Vujevic

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht----- From: Igor Fedorenko
Sent: Saturday, October 01, 2011 4:37 PM
To: m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [m2e-users] Maven LifeCycleManagement

I am not sure I understand the problem. Does your command line build
reformats java code (or validates java code format), or these actions
are strictly m2e specific and have no command line build counterparts?


On 11-09-30 11:06 AM, Sascha Vujevic wrote:
Hello users,
i have a question about the m2e 1.0 lifecyclemanagement:
we need to execute configurators on maven-projects which e.g. formats
java-code or make save-actions on these projects. These executions are
normally not attached to maven-plugins. How can i attache these
configurators (own plugins) to m2e.
Is there a possibility to atache more then one configurator to one
Thank you for your help an have a nice week.
Best regards
Sascha Vujevic

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