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Re: [m2e-users] Needing to hint Javadoc to m2e

We do have a Artifactory repository, but we primarily use it as a cache. I would like a solution that only depends on our own code and Maven Central, to keep it as simple as possible.

 

Iâve noticed that we can configure m2e to be quiet about error situations, so it would be nice if this could be done too.

 

/ThorbjÃrn

 

 

From: m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:m2e-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Asaf Mesika
Sent: 27. marts 2012 21:37
To: Maven Integration for Eclipse users mailing list
Subject: Re: [m2e-users] Needing to hint Javadoc to m2e

 

Do you have a Nexus / Artifactory in your organization? I mean, you can easily place the source and java doc there. If it's something that keeps getting refreshed, you can setup a build process job in Jenkins or a similar CI tool to push the changes and deploy it to Nexus / Artifactory

 

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On Tuesday 27 March 2012 at 09:37, ThorbjÃrn Ravn Andersen wrote:

Hi.

 

I have a problem with some legacy artifacts which do not have source or javadoc artifacts placed in Maven Central, but where the Javadoc has been published on a webserver, and where I have a source jar present in my workspace.

 

I would like to be able to hint to m2e that for a given artifact in the pom.xml, I would like to have my source jar âattachedâ to it as the source and the URL âattachedâ to it as the Javadoc location.    I would not like to modify the existing artifact or put dummy artifacts in my local repository as I would like a robust solution.

 

Any suggestions

 

(for StackOverflow participants there is 250 easy points for this on http://stackoverflow.com/q/9699631/53897)

 

Thanks for any suggestions.

 

/ThorbjÃrn

 

 

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