jastrachan | 19 Apr 09:28 2004
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Re: maven groovy:make-install fails

If you want to build a clean install of groovy from CVS try

     maven rebuild

On 18 Apr 2004, at 03:02, Jim Menard wrote:

> Chris,
>
> Again, thanks for all your help. A follow-up question for you or 
> somebody else below.
>
> On Apr 17, 2004, at 9:56 PM, Chris Poirier wrote:
>
>> I think Maven usually deletes the target directories on startup, so
>> something it is trying to build is depending on something that has
>> already been deleted.  Maybe you need to pass multiple targets, first 
>> to
>> get the jars built, then to install?  I've never tried make-install
>> before, so I'm afraid I can't be much help.  Hopefully someone who 
>> knows
>> Maven better will have some suggestions....
>
> I've never used Maven before. What targets should I use, and in what 
> order? Just "maven" produced a new "target" directory. It looks like 
> target/install has the right stuff to install. I had hoped/imagined 
> that "maven groovy:install-target" would simply copy the contents of 
> that directory into the top-level groovy directory so it looked like 
> the binary distribution.
>
> Jim
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