|Re: [m2e-users] Advice: Where to hook running my mojo into m2eclipse|
On 11 September 2015 at 10:05, Jason van Zyl <jason@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:I’m not sure if you know this already but you can click on a binary dependency in M2Eclipse and turn that binary project into a source project so that you can work on it. If you wanted to do it for all dependencies I’m sure we can figure that out but is that what you really want?This is exactly what I want to do.For an existing dependency in a pom:
* check out the depedency (from the dependency pom's SCM section
* bump the checkout to a snapshot* update the current project to the new dependency version* create an aggregator project that links these togetherI've got all that working by hacking on scm:checkoutThe last step is hooking into M2Eclipse so I dont need to do this on the command line.If you are saying this already exists in M2Eclipse can you point me to it please?
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