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Re: [m2e-users] Download sources and javadoc not working

It could be archiva, although I am not sure why I would be able to download sources and Javadocs using the dependency plugin and not with m2e. 

Quick question so I can debug this tomorrow. Is m2e supposed to pull the sources and/or Javadocs at the same time it pulls the main artifact?  Ie when I update my Pom to a newer version I see m2e pull the new jar right when I save the Pom, should the sources and Javadocs come down at the same time?  Also will they get pulled directly into my local repo. 

Thanks again. I'll we if I can find out anything more tomorrow. 

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On Aug 9, 2012, at 8:16 PM, Igor Fedorenko <igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 1.1 is only required for Juno. 1.0 is expected to work with Indigo. I
> use sources download all the time, so I am quite certain it worked
> without problems in 1.0 on Indigo and works in 1.1 on Juno now.
> I never payed attention to dependencies that only provide javadoc and no
> sources. Have you tried dependencies that have both sources and javadoc?
> If the problem is limited to javadoc-only dependencies, feel free to
> open a bug report but I can't promise a fix.
> I also never used Archiva, only Nexus and direct access to Maven
> Central, can't really comment here. Try something like wireshark to see
> http traffic between m2e and Archiva or just debug through m2e.
> It may be worth cleaning local maven repository as m2e caches some state
> there. This is particularly true if you deployed sources/javadoc after
> you first tried to download them from m2e.
> --
> Regards,
> Igor
> On 12-08-09 9:49 PM, Billy Newman wrote:
>> Is this only expected to work in version 1.1?  I work in an env where I
>> cannot connect to the internet.  I have version 1.0 of m2e installed in
>> eclipse indigo.  I have my own repository (Archiva repository). When I
>> publish my API jar I publish it with the javadocs, and yes I have
>> verified that the javadocs do exist in Archiva.  In fact if I use the
>> dependencies maven plugin I can force a pull of the javadocs, but would
>> like m2e to automatically do this pull.
>> At this point I suspect this is an issue with version 1.0 of the plugin.
>> As an aside it has been very difficult for me to upgrade to a latest
>> version as I do not have an internet connection.  I cannot seem to find
>> a archived version of the plugin to download and bring over to my
>> environment.  Do you guys have that anyone it would be very helpful as
>> not everyone has an outside connection to the web from their work
>> environments.
>> Thanks.
>> On Thu, Aug 9, 2012 at 7:38 PM, Igor Fedorenko <igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> <mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>    This is expected to work.
>>    Check if some-API-sources.jar is actually available from remote
>>    repositories enabled in pom.xml.
>>    Check you are running m2e 1.1, especially if you are on Juno.
>>    If still does not work, provide small standalone example project and
>>    expect steps to reproduce the problem and we'll have a look.
>>    --
>>    Regards,
>>    Igor
>>    On 12-08-09 8:59 PM, Billy Newman wrote:
>>        So if I am dependent on some-API.jar its in my pom and pulled
>>        from my
>>        maven repo, then I should get some-API-sources.jar as well when I
>>        install right?  I tried stepping into the jars classes and they are
>>        not found and the sources jar is not in my local repository so
>>        it did
>>        not get downloaded.
>>        Sent from my iPhone >
>>        On Aug 9, 2012, at 6:47 PM, Igor Fedorenko <igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>        <mailto:igor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>            Not sure what you expected to happen, but download
>>            sources/javadoc apply
>>            to dependencies of workspace projects. In most cases you do
>>            not need to
>>            enable them, m2e will automatically download dependency
>>            sources when you
>>            navigate to one of dependency classes using F3 or step into
>>            it in debugger.
>>            --
>>            Regards,
>>            Igor
>>            On 12-08-09 8:39 PM, Billy Newman wrote:
>>                So I successfully got m2e plugin installed. But I am
>>                having issues
>>                with downloading sources and Javadocs. I went through
>>                the window->
>>                preferences -> maven and selected both checkboxes. I
>>                then right
>>                click my pom file and select run as maven install. My
>>                build runs and
>>                installs just fine but none of my dependencies sources
>>                or Javadocs
>>                are pulled down.
>>                Any ideas?
>>                Thanks guys Billy
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