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How not to download the Internet


April 19, 2011 By
Tim O'Brien

A criticism I hear often about Maven is, “every time you run Maven, it downloads the internet.” I understand the criticism, as the first time you run Maven it has to populate your local repository. Maven downloads plugins and artifacts that your project depends on. Maven does in fact download artifacts from remote repositories, but […]

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Inserting artifacts in the m2eclipse POM editor


January 18, 2011 By
mkleint

In the upcoming m2eclipse release, we’ve reworked how inserting artifacts (dependencies, plugins, parents) works in the XML editor. Instead of generating a skeleton template snippet for you to populate with maven coordinates (groupId/artifactId/version) we reuse the Artifact Search dialog. This post is a glimpse into some of the functionality that will be available in the […]

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Enroll today for Maven 201: Development Infrastructure Design


January 10, 2011 By
hloney

Sonatype Training You’ve completed Maven 101, learned about the Maven lifecycle, Maven plugins, goals and projects, all about the contents of the Project Object Model (POM) – so what’s next? For those wanting to dive even deeper into Maven, Sonatype is offering an online training course, Maven 201: Development Infrastructure Design. Maven 201 covers advanced […]

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The Future of Maven


March 19, 2010 By
hloney

JAXenter talked to Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl about the future of Maven, and what users can expect when migrating from Maven 2 to Maven 3.  In this interview, van Zyl and Sonatype’s Brian Fox outline Maven 3, it’s backward compatibility with Maven 2, the introduction of POM mixins, and repository management with Nexus. The primary […]

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