pom_xpath_disable man page

pom_xpath_disable — Disable all modules whose POM files satisfy given XPath condition

Synopsis

%pom_xpath_disable XPath-expression [POM-location]...

Description

This macro recursively walks all enabled submodules of given POM and evaluates given XPath expression on them. If the expression returns a true value, matching submodule is disabled. Values considered true are defined by XPath specification as either true boolean value (i.e. returned by comparisons), non-empty node set, non-empty string or non-zero number.

If the main module (specified by POM-location or pom.xml by default) also satisfies the condition, processing is aborted prior to making any changes and an error is raised. When none of the modules satisfy it, an error is also raised.

POM location can be either a full path to the POM file, or a path to the directory containing pom.xml. If POM location is not given then pom.xml from current working directory is used. You can specify more file locations which will be processed.

Examples

%pom_xpath_disable "/pom:project/pom:classifier = 'test'" - this call disables all modules with classifier test

%pom_xpath_disable /pom:project/pom:packaging - this call disables all sumbodules that explicitly specify packaging

Author

Written by Michael Simacek.

Reporting Bugs

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

See Also

pom_add_dep(7), pom_add_parent(7), pom_add_plugin(7), pom_remove_dep(7), pom_remove_parent(7), pom_remove_plugin(7), pom_change_dep(7), pom_set_parent(7), pom_xpath_inject(7), pom_xpath_remove(7), pom_xpath_replace(7), pom_xpath_set(7). pom_disable_module(7).

Info

11/18/2016 JAVAPACKAGES Java Packages Tools