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jar:deploy settings?

Jan Rudert
hi,

in my build.properties i put:

maven.repo.list = remote
maven.repo.remote = file://x/y
maven.repo.remote.directory = z

i use the maven goal jar:deploy

it tells me that it is deploying the specified jars and the build finished
succesful, BUT the jars are not found in that directory "/x/y/z"

anybody an idea? ... would be very much appreciated!
jan

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Re: jar:deploy settings?

Brett Porter
shouldn't that be file:///x/y ?

On 5/11/05, Jan Rudert <[hidden email]> wrote:

> hi,
>
> in my build.properties i put:
>
> maven.repo.list = remote
> maven.repo.remote = file://x/y
> maven.repo.remote.directory = z
>
> i use the maven goal jar:deploy
>
> it tells me that it is deploying the specified jars and the build finished
> succesful, BUT the jars are not found in that directory "/x/y/z"
>
> anybody an idea? ... would be very much appreciated!
> jan
>
> ............................................................................
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AW: jar:deploy settings?

Jan Rudert
hi, thanks!

deploying now works, the new problem is, that when attemptimg jars from
there he gives me an unknownhostexception until I switch back to file://x/y

what's that?

thank you very much
jan

> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Brett Porter [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 10. Mai 2005 16:42
> An: Maven Users List
> Betreff: Re: jar:deploy settings?
>
> shouldn't that be file:///x/y ?
>
> On 5/11/05, Jan Rudert <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > hi,
> >
> > in my build.properties i put:
> >
> > maven.repo.list = remote
> > maven.repo.remote = file://x/y
> > maven.repo.remote.directory = z
> >
> > i use the maven goal jar:deploy
> >
> > it tells me that it is deploying the specified jars and the
> build finished
> > succesful, BUT the jars are not found in that directory "/x/y/z"
> >
> > anybody an idea? ... would be very much appreciated!
> > jan
> >
> >
> ..............................................................
> ..............
> > Jan Rudert                 neofonie GmbH            
> Tel.:+49(0)30 246 27 325
> > Softwareentwickler         Robert-Koch-Platz 4      
> Fax.:+49(0)30 246 27 120
> > [hidden email]           10115 Berlin
> >
> >
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Re: jar:deploy settings?

Brett Porter
The JDK URL Handler doesn't follow the spec with file: URLs. We do
some munging to try and work around it, but I've found the best way to
set it is just file:$PATH, eg file:/x/y.

This is only the case for the repo.remote setting - the deployment
should work with both.

- Brett

On 5/11/05, Jan Rudert <[hidden email]> wrote:

> hi, thanks!
>
> deploying now works, the new problem is, that when attemptimg jars from
> there he gives me an unknownhostexception until I switch back to file://x/y
>
> what's that?
>
> thank you very much
> jan
>

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