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Re: [m2e-users] M2E Update Project issue

The problem we can observe here is, that once the project is
successfully imported and then I click "Update Project", it falls into
a broken state.

It shows an error dialog:

Error Updating Maven Configuration

Project Name : tychodemo.bundle
Error: lib/jacob.jar [in tychodemo.bundle] is not on its project's build path

This is what is in the Error Log:

Wed Jul 04 14:20:35 CEST 2012
Unable to update Maven configuration

Wed Jul 04 14:20:35 CEST 2012
lib/jacob.jar [in tychodemo.bundle] is not on its project's build path

If I click "Update Project" again, then the project gets into a good
state again.
If then again I click "Update Project" it gets broken again, and so on.

The more frequent we switch branches, it happens, that a general
"Update Project" is suggested by eclipse, which then fails on such
bundles with the above dialog. I mention this just to explain, why we
click "Update Project" more or less often.

Sorry, I forgot to provide you the information, which versions we
currently use here.

- m2e - Maven Integration for Eclipse	
- Tycho Project Configurators	
- Eclipse Plug-in Development
Environment	3.8.0.v20111007-1306-7b7uFb4FEx2Xnnmphn9PhXL


2012/7/4 Igor Fedorenko <igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> What is the problem, exactly? The import of the provided demo project
> just worked for me, and apart from missing swtbot everything seems to be
> in order. Running Maven->UpdateProject does not cause any
> pom-out-of-sync error markers either.
> --
> Regards,
> Igor
> On 12-07-02 2:47 PM, Markward Schubert wrote:
>> Hello again on this topic!
>> As mentioned earlier, I started refactoring some of our projects to
>> move the embedded dependencies into the target platform rather than
>> having them being reexported by some workspace projects. But finally I
>> reached a plugin, which actually is a fragment, carrying the Java-COM
>> bridge from the JACOB project
>> ( This includes also a
>> dll-file.
>> Also included where some classes of ours. Looking at this project
>> setup, it felt pretty correct the way it is. As opposed to the other
>> examples, where we embedded libraries, just because it was easy, in
>> this case it felt right, as in fact this was an optional dependency,
>> if our product was running on windows systems and everything was
>> closely connected. Our code, as well as the jacob jar and the dll.
>> So looking from this perspective, I would like to refocus on the
>> situation, described by Dave, earlier.
>> I took the freedom to fork Jan Sievers' tycho-demo project in order to
>> quickly modify it the way our bundle is configured here. It is
>> completely without any maven-dependency-plugin preparations and such
>> and you can nicely reproduce the described behavior by simply
>> importing all the projects and then clicking "Maven->Update Project
>> Configuration" time after time on the project tychodemo.bundle.
>> Here is the link to my fork:
>> This is causing some trouble among those folks here, who have to
>> switch branches often, because the project setup would not survive a
>> branch-switch and a collective "Maven->Update Project Configuration"
>> will always fail in the first place, forcing one to find the failing
>> projects and do an extra "Update Config".
>> So if we could find a solution to this, we could make a lot of people
>> happy in my department.
>> Thanks for the great work and help!
>> Markward
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