|Re: [tycho-user] Side-effects of using "mvn clean verify" over "mvn clean install"|
There are more things wrong using "mvn clean install" than there are
using "mvn clean verify".|
"mvn clean verify" is the recommended default for Tycho usage. However, you can use "mvn clean install" when you're sure that's what you want to do (install stuff in local repo to consume it later). However, there is also a magic trick to ensure some isolation of your build independently of previous "mvn install"ations, it's to use -Dtycho.localArtifacts=ignore . With that flag, Tycho won't even look in the local repo to check for existence of local artifacts and will only rely on target platform and reactor modules.
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