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Maven - manual page for Maven Repo Helper version 1.7.1
mh_lspoms [option]... <package>
Looks for all POM files defined in the source of the project.
<package> is the name of the binary package,
e.g. libcommons-lang-java. Default to the first binary found in the debian/control
-h --help: show this text
-V --version: show the version
-p<package> --package=<package>: package to act on
-f --force: force run even if the .poms files exist.
Only maven.rules will be created, assuming that it did not exist before.
-n --non-interactive: non interactive session, don't ask questions.
-o --offline: don't ever connect to the internet, for Debian build
You need to execute it on the unpacked origial source tree, merged with the debian/
folder. It will create the file debian/<binary package>.poms which contains all the POMs
to deploy to the Maven repository and is used by mh_installpoms.
The contents of debian/<binary package>.poms should be:
* one POM file location per line, * optionally, the location is followed by the
to indicate that if this POM inherits from a parent, the parent element will be
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