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Re: [m2e-users] How to tell m2e to update a particular folder (or at least: "target" folder) after <pluginExecution>?

No, most likely it will not work for you either. The only reason you do
not see endless build loop is because you press F5 only once. The
following sequence will happen if workspace is refreshed automatically

User presses Ctrl-S
Workspace broadcasts resource change event(s)
This triggers workspace build
Maven build runs, (re)generates sources and refreshes workspace
Workspace broadcasts resource change event(s)
This triggers workspace build
JDT builder runs and (re)generates .class files
Workspace broadcasts resource change event(s)
This triggers workspace build
Maven build runs, (re)generates sources and refreshes workspace
... and so on forever

I actually plan to propose an advanced talk about more interesting
problems integrating Maven into Eclipse Workspace for this coming
eclipsecon eu. Can't promise the talk will be accepted, of course.


--
Regards,
Igor

On 12-07-11 5:08 PM, Markus Karg wrote:
Igor,

still you do not understand me: I sayd MY WORKSTATION does not run in any troubles if I do the refresh on the named folder, so I suggest an OPTIONAL feature for explicit refresh on an explitly named folrder, which I will enabled in my POM. So nothing will happen to anybody: For me it will work (and possibly for others) and for everybody not explicitly enabling it nothing will change.

Regards
Markus

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And as I said earlier, blindly running maven build after each resource change will result in poor performance and endless build loops. It does not matter if this is done through m2e extension or implemented in m2e core itself.

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Regards,
Igor

On 12-07-11 5:00 PM, Markus Karg wrote:
Well, possibly easy for you, but as I said, I have no idea how Eclipse
plugin coding works... (and doubt that spending days into learning is
worth the effort as it is not a public solution then)

*Von:*m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *Im Auftrag von *Matthew
Piggott
*Gesendet:* Mittwoch, 11. Juli 2012 15:43
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*Betreff:* Re: [m2e-users] How to tell m2e to update a particular
folder (or at least: "target" folder) after <pluginExecution>?

Its fairly easy to write a connector to do this for you.

On 11 July 2012 09:16, Markus Karg <karg@xxxxxxxxx
<mailto:karg@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

Well, in fact Pressing CTRL-S followed by F5 neither produces endless
builds nor needs any measurable time on my workstation. Actually it
runs in less than a second. So I really would love to see the
possibility for <refresh>target/generated-sources/java/xslt</refresh>
or something like that in a future release, so people like me can
optionally enable this. :-)

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(or at least: "target" folder) after <pluginExecution>?


Ah, ok. This is Run As Maven launch configuration. No plans to remove
it, so no worries there. It is not possible to execute as part of
Ctrl-S however, and you almost certainly don't want to do that for
performance reasons and endless builds I mentioned.

--
Regards,
Igor

On 12-07-11 3:08 PM, Dave Hartnoll wrote:
  > OK, attached as 'refresh.jpg'.
  >
  > Dave.
  >
  > -----Original Message-----
  > From: m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  > [mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>] On Behalf Of Igor Fedorenko  >
Sent: 11 July 2012 12:53  > To: m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>  > Subject: Re: [m2e-users] How to tell
m2e to update a particular folder (or at least: "target" folder) after
<pluginExecution>?
  >
  > Can you post a screenshot of your builder configuration dialog?
  >
  > --
  > Regards,
  > Igor
  >
  > On 12-07-11 2:39 PM, Dave Hartnoll wrote:
  >> It's present in my Eclipse 4.2 with latest everything (incl. m2e
1.1). Please don't remove it - I use it to get all the target folders
updated in the IDE after a full build.
  >>
  >> Dave.
  >>
  >> -----Original Message-----
  >> From: m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  >> [mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>] On Behalf Of Igor Fedorenko
Sent: 11 July 2012 12:04  >> To: m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>  >> Subject: Re: [m2e-users] How to
tell m2e to update a particular folder (or at least: "target" folder)
after <pluginExecution>?
  >>
  >> We've removed this from m2e 0.12 if I am not mistaken, but from
1.0 for sure.
  >>
  >> --
  >> Regards,
  >> Igor
  >>
  >> On 12-07-11 12:23 PM, Dave Hartnoll wrote:
  >>> Hi Markus,
  >>>
  >>> I'm not sure if this will help, but if you are only concerned
with  >>> not having to press F5 after Maven has run then you could
set up a  >>> Run Configuration (Run->Run Configurations...) to
process the Maven build.
  >>> The 'Maven Build' configuration type has a 'Refresh' tab where
you  >>> can control what gets refreshed afterwards.
  >>>
  >>> Dave.
  >>>
  >>> *From:*m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  >>> [mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>] *On Behalf Of *Markus Karg
*Sent:* 09 July 2012 15:13  >>> *To:* m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>  >>> *Subject:* [m2e-users] How to tell
m2e to update a particular folder  >>> (or at least: "target" folder)
after <pluginExecution>?
  >>>
  >>> Hello m2e Community!
  >>>
  >>> My pom.xml enables execution of the xml-maven-plugin (and enables
generated-sources as a target folder using the build-helper-plugin):
  >>>
  >>> <configuration>
  >>>
  >>> <lifecycleMappingMetadata>
  >>>
  >>> <pluginExecutions>
  >>>
  >>> <pluginExecution>
  >>>
  >>> <pluginExecutionFilter>
  >>>
  >>> <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>
  >>>
  >>> <artifactId>xml-maven-plugin</artifactId>
  >>>
  >>> <versionRange>[1.0,)</versionRange>
  >>>
  >>> <goals>
  >>>
  >>> <goal>transform</goal>
  >>>
  >>> </goals>
  >>>
  >>> </pluginExecutionFilter>
  >>>
  >>> <action>
  >>>
  >>> <execute/>
  >>>
  >>> </action>
  >>>
  >>> </pluginExecution>
  >>>
  >>> </pluginExecutions>
  >>>
  >>> </lifecycleMappingMetadata>
  >>>
  >>> </configuration>
  >>>
  >>> After pressing F5 I can see the generated outcome in Eclipse Indigo.
  >>> Nice! J
  >>>
  >>> But I don't want to press F5! So how to tell m2e that after
<execute  >>> /> of the plugin, it also shall <refresh /> the
generated-sources  >>> folder in the IDE?
  >>>
  >>> Thanks!
  >>>
  >>> Markus
  >>>
  >>>
  >>>
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