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From "Ryan Moquin (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (XBEAN-235) Build error if using a different xsd target directory than the configured meta-inf directory.
Date Sun, 20 Jan 2013 02:02:12 GMT
Ryan Moquin created XBEAN-235:

             Summary: Build error if using a different xsd target directory than the configured
meta-inf directory.
                 Key: XBEAN-235
             Project: XBean
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: maven-plugin
    Affects Versions: 3.12
         Environment: Windows 8 64-bit
            Reporter: Ryan Moquin

This is an issue when using the xbean maven plugin but also the generator task in xbean-blueprint.

Normally the generated XSDs are put into the root of an artifact which is obviously the location
where the META-INF directory resides.  When the DocumentGenerator (I think it's called) is
executed during the build, it tries to generate the HTML documentation in the location where
the xsd is going to be generated.  If the xsd is configured to be generated in a path that
doesn't exist by default, such as the target/classes directory, then the html file cannot
be generated because that xsd path doesn't exist yet.  When the xsd is generated, if the directory
that is specified doesn't exist, it's created.  This happens after the DocumentGenerator is
configured to run.  So making sure the directory is created if it doesn't exist, corrects
this problem.  I think the same fix needs to be applied to the xbean-spring equivalent classes,
which I didn't include in my pull request.

The "Different dirs fix" pull request I submitted has changes to fix this issue in xbean-blueprint.
 Ignore the two commits that aren't mine, I'm not sure how I caused them to be in there. 
I had to create a branch and add in the proper commits for the pull request, everything needed
should be there for it, I apologize if I goofed, if anything is missing let me know and I'll
give you whatever it is :)

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