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Maven - manual page for Maven Repo Helper version 1.7.1


mh_revolve_dependencies [option]... <package>


Resolve the dependencies and generates the substvars file containing the list of dependent


<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>: name of the package

-a --ant: use Ant for the packaging instead of Maven

-j --javadoc: resolve the Javadoc dependencies

-n --non-interactive: non interactive mode, don't ask questions

-o --offline: don't ever connect to the internet, for Debian build


-v --verbose: show more information while running

-b --base-directory: path to root directory of package

-n --non-explore: doesn't explore directories for pom.xml

Description: This tool reads the POM files defined in debian/.poms and scans the Maven
repository in /usr/share/maven-repo. It then extracts the dependencies required for the
current package and store them in the file debian/.substvars where they can be read by
debhelper. The variables defined are:

maven:Depends - the list of runtime dependencies maven:OptionalDepends - the list
of optional runtime dependencies maven:CompileDepends - the list of compile-time
dependencies maven:TestDepends - the list of test dependencies

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