MNG-6504: issue with jetspeed-maven-plugin and maven 3.6

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MNG-6504: issue with jetspeed-maven-plugin and maven 3.6

Christian Domsch-3
Hi,

I am too facing this issue, as we use the jetspeed-maven-plugin in one part
in our build. The reason I am using jetspeed-maven-plugin:unpack and not
maven-dependency-plugin:unpack, is that I want a flattened output.

What I need to do, is unpack the contents of a subfolder inside an archive,
but not the directory structure. maven-dependency-plugin does not allow me
to do that, afaik.

e.g.:

archive: com/test/resources folder contains resources I want to unpack
maven-dependency-plugin:unpack will create the com/test/resource structure
with jetspeed I can omit that

Any way to achieve the same thing with another plugin?

Thank you,

Christian
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Re: MNG-6504: issue with jetspeed-maven-plugin and maven 3.6

Karl Heinz Marbaise-3
Hi,

On 28.01.19 17:06, Christian Domsch wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am too facing this issue, as we use the jetspeed-maven-plugin in one part
> in our build. The reason I am using jetspeed-maven-plugin:unpack and not
> maven-dependency-plugin:unpack, is that I want a flattened output.
>
> What I need to do, is unpack the contents of a subfolder inside an archive,
> but not the directory structure. maven-dependency-plugin does not allow me
> to do that, afaik.
>
> e.g.:
>
> archive: com/test/resources folder contains resources I want to unpack
> maven-dependency-plugin:unpack will create the com/test/resource structure
> with jetspeed I can omit that
>
> Any way to achieve the same thing with another plugin?

Do you have an example project? and can you explain more in detail what
the use case is...not the unpacking itself (this is clear) the question
is why dou you need to unpack stuff in that way?

Have you tried to take a look at the maven assembly plugin ?


>
> Thank you,
>
> Christian
>

Kind regards
Karl Heinz Marbaise

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Re: MNG-6504: issue with jetspeed-maven-plugin and maven 3.6

Christian Domsch-3
I could create an example project, but it would create some effort, as our
real project is quite big (ca. 270 modules). The use case is the following:
one module has some resources that (language files) that are in some
package structure. Then there is a second module that uses these resources
for a very similar reason, but due to the first being a java module and the
second being a dot.net module, these language files are used differently.
The dot.net module needs the language files without the folder structure.

Now, I am aware that I could extract the language files from the java
module into a resource module and create this in a way that I could make
both use cases work without using the jetspeed plugin. But there is some
effort involved and as this is a commercial product, I try to be sensible
about that.

Hmm, with the assembly plugin you mean using a totally different approach
to assemble resource files? No, I haven't thought about that, as well. But,
again, I assume quite a substantial amount of rework here. But fair point!

Am Mo., 28. Jan. 2019 um 18:41 Uhr schrieb Karl Heinz Marbaise <
[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
>
> On 28.01.19 17:06, Christian Domsch wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am too facing this issue, as we use the jetspeed-maven-plugin in one
> part
> > in our build. The reason I am using jetspeed-maven-plugin:unpack and not
> > maven-dependency-plugin:unpack, is that I want a flattened output.
> >
> > What I need to do, is unpack the contents of a subfolder inside an
> archive,
> > but not the directory structure. maven-dependency-plugin does not allow
> me
> > to do that, afaik.
> >
> > e.g.:
> >
> > archive: com/test/resources folder contains resources I want to unpack
> > maven-dependency-plugin:unpack will create the com/test/resource
> structure
> > with jetspeed I can omit that
> >
> > Any way to achieve the same thing with another plugin?
>
> Do you have an example project? and can you explain more in detail what
> the use case is...not the unpacking itself (this is clear) the question
> is why dou you need to unpack stuff in that way?
>
> Have you tried to take a look at the maven assembly plugin ?
>
>
> >
> > Thank you,
> >
> > Christian
> >
>
> Kind regards
> Karl Heinz Marbaise
>