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From "Mark Chai (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MIDEA-26) Library support and template overrides
Date Mon, 27 Mar 2006 06:37:11 GMT
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Mark Chai commented on MIDEA-26:


I've been trying to get the "Library" tag to work (specifying source). As far as I can figure,
you need to add:


somewhere. I don't really know where that somewhere is? I've tried the {{pom.xml}} and {[settings.xml}}
with not too much luck.

Looking at the code in {{org.apache.maven.plugin.idea.IdeaMojo}} didn't really reveal to me
where the plugin was loading its libraries {{private Library[] libraries}} from.

Any help would be most appreciated!


Mark C

> Library support and template overrides
> --------------------------------------
>          Key: MIDEA-26
>          URL:
>      Project: Maven 2.x Idea Plugin
>         Type: New Feature

>     Reporter: Patrick Lightbody
>     Assignee: Edwin Punzalan
>  Attachments: idea.diff, idea.diff, idea.diff, idea.diff, idea.diff, idea.patch
> The supplied patch provides two features:
> 1) If the files workspace.xml, module.xml, or project.xml are found in src/main/idea,
they will be used in place of those found in the plugin jar. That is, they will be used for
creating new config files (Rather than updating existing ones).
> 2) You may specify a <library> element that can allow you to tweak how the library
is defined in the module:
>  * exclude: prevents the library from being configured - great for times when you wish
to instead link in a module as a dependency
>  * sources: a comma separated list of source paths to bind to the library
>  * classes: a comma separated list of class paths to use in place of the typical jar
found in ~/.m2

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