build-jar-repository man page

build-jar-repository — create a symbolic link to a JAR

Synopsis

build-jar-repository [OPTION]... DIRECTORY JAR|artifact-coordinates

Description

Build a JAR repository in the named directory by copying files or creating symbolic links. The JARs can be identified by their names or Maven artifact coordinates. Artifact coordinates specify Maven artifact and are in format groupId:artifactId[:extension[:classifier]]:version. If extension is omitted then "jar" is used. If classifier is omitted then empty classifier is used. For more information see XMvn Configuration Reference.

Options

If no option is specified the default action will be to create symbolic links

-c, --copy
Copy files.
-h, --hard
Create hard links.
-p, --preserve-naming
Try to preserve the names of the original JAR files (in case of a nested hit the slashes in the path will still be replaced by underscores). Using this option makes any future automated repository rebuild impossible, and implies -c unless specified otherwise.
-s, --soft, --symbolic
Create symbolic links (default).
--help
Display help text

Dependencies

Using build-jar-repository with artifact-coordinates requires xmvn-resolve command to be available. User of build-jar-repository is responsible for making it available in the system.

Examples

build-jar-repository . jndi - This will create a symbolic link to the jndi JAR in the current working directory.

build-jar-repository -h /tmp log4j - This will create a hard link to the log4j JAR in /tmp directory.

build-jar-repository -c . org.apache.commons:commons-io - This will copy commons-io JAR to the current working directory.

Author

Originally written by Nicholas Mailhot and David Walluck.

Reporting Bugs

Bugs should be reported through Red Hat Bugzilla at http://bugzilla.redhat.com/.

See Also

build-classpath(1), rebuild-jar-repository(1),

Referenced By

build-classpath(1), find-jar(1), rebuild-jar-repository(1).

11/18/2016 JAVAPACKAGES Java Packages Tools