I am building Axis2 on F12 using maven2. When I run mvn install, I get
errors like this:
Non existent: org.apache.maven.toolchain.ToolchainManager
Can someone shed some light on what is missing here? This is with
maven2 2.0.8 rpm install.
I've got a bunch of packages basically ready to import from JPackage
into Fedora. One thing I'm wondering, though: what should the version
of the imported packages be?
Assume that the jpackage version is 0:1.5.5-2 (most jpackage packages
have Epoch: 0). If there's a newer version of the library (often the
case) -- say 2.1 -- it's pretty straightforward: the Fedora package
will become 2.1-1 (no Epoch). As I understand it, that means that
anyone who currently has the jpackage version will be silently
upgraded to the Fedora version, which is probably good.
If there's not a newer version, though, I'm not sure what to do:
1.5.5-1 (it's the first Fedora package)? 1.5.5-2 (same as jpackage)?
1.5.5-3 (provide a clean upgrade path?
And what if the jpackage one has a non-zero Epoch?
Thanks for any advice,
Mary Ellen Foster -- http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/~mef3/
Interaction Lab -- http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/InteractionLab
School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University
Heriot-Watt University is a Scottish charity registered under charity