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From "Gary McWilliams (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (MNG-6658) Maven 3.6.1 breaks build when using custom source folder
Date Tue, 21 May 2019 10:15:00 GMT

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Gary McWilliams updated MNG-6658:
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    Description: 
NOTE: apacher 3.5.x and 3.6.0 don't exhibit this behaviour, only 3.6.1

For reasons too long (and painful) to discuss, I have a need to build 2 war files from one
codebase.

What I have:

{{parent/}}

{{  src/com/.../*.java}}

{{  pom.xml}}

{{  module1/}}

{{    pom.xml}}

{{  module2/}}

{{    pom.xml}}

 

The parent folder (pom.xml with packaging 'pom') contains all the source and defines the 2
modules.

The parent pom.xml has:

{{    <build>}}
 {{        <sourceDirectory>../src/main/java</sourceDirectory>}}
 {{        <testSourceDirectory>../src/test/java</testSourceDirectory>}}

 

When the 2 modules run, they find the source/test code in the parent folder and compile/build
out the class/war locally in target folder.

Until 3.6.1, now I get:

{{[ERROR] COMPILATION ERROR :}}
 {{[INFO] -------------------------------------------------------------}}
 {{[ERROR] /D:/.../src/main/java/com/.../ClassA.java:[36,8] duplicate class: com....ClassA}}

where the "duplcate" classname is "the same class", so ClassA complains about duplicate ClassA

Just looking advice. I know I should not be trying to build 2 artifacts in one project, but
it's been working until now

 

 

  was:
NOTE: apacher 3.5.x and 3.6.0 don't exhibit this behaviour, only 3.6.1

For reasons too long (and painful) to discuss, I have a need to build 2 war files from one
codebase.

What I have:

{{parent/}}

{{  src/com/.../*.java}}

{{  pom.xml}}

{{  module1/}}

{{    pom.xml}}

{{  module2/}}

{{    pom.xml}}

 

The parent folder (pom.xml with packaging 'pom') contains all the source and defines the 2
modules.

The parent pom.xml has:

{{    <build>}}
 {{        <sourceDirectory>../src/main/java</sourceDirectory>}}
 {{        <testSourceDirectory>../src/test/java</testSourceDirectory>}}

 

When the 2 modules run, they find the source/test code in the parent folder and compile/build
out the class/war locally in target folder.

Until 3.6.1, now I get:

{{[ERROR] COMPILATION ERROR :}}
 {{[INFO] -------------------------------------------------------------}}
 {{[ERROR] /D:/.../src/main/java/com/.../File.java:[36,8] duplicate class: com....Class}}

where the "duplcate" classname is "the same class", so ClassA complains about duplicate ClassA

Just looking advice. I know I should not be trying to build 2 artifacts in one project, but
it's been working until now

 

 


> Maven 3.6.1 breaks build when using custom source folder
> --------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MNG-6658
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MNG-6658
>             Project: Maven
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: core
>    Affects Versions: 3.6.1
>            Reporter: Gary McWilliams
>            Priority: Major
>
> NOTE: apacher 3.5.x and 3.6.0 don't exhibit this behaviour, only 3.6.1
> For reasons too long (and painful) to discuss, I have a need to build 2 war files from
one codebase.
> What I have:
> {{parent/}}
> {{  src/com/.../*.java}}
> {{  pom.xml}}
> {{  module1/}}
> {{    pom.xml}}
> {{  module2/}}
> {{    pom.xml}}
>  
> The parent folder (pom.xml with packaging 'pom') contains all the source and defines
the 2 modules.
> The parent pom.xml has:
> {{    <build>}}
>  {{        <sourceDirectory>../src/main/java</sourceDirectory>}}
>  {{        <testSourceDirectory>../src/test/java</testSourceDirectory>}}
>  
> When the 2 modules run, they find the source/test code in the parent folder and compile/build
out the class/war locally in target folder.
> Until 3.6.1, now I get:
> {{[ERROR] COMPILATION ERROR :}}
>  {{[INFO] -------------------------------------------------------------}}
>  {{[ERROR] /D:/.../src/main/java/com/.../ClassA.java:[36,8] duplicate class: com....ClassA}}
> where the "duplcate" classname is "the same class", so ClassA complains about duplicate
ClassA
> Just looking advice. I know I should not be trying to build 2 artifacts in one project,
but it's been working until now
>  
>  



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