[ImageJ-devel] Eclipse hickup with enforcer rules of pom-fiji > 7.2.0

Jay Warrick warrick at wisc.edu
Thu Mar 19 05:50:25 CDT 2015

Not sure if this helps... but once when I had issues with maven through eclipse once, I believe I found once that eclipse was running a different version of maven than what I would run at the command line. I think you can have the run be a bit more verbose and it will print you out some information about the maven version being used. Probably not it but might be worth checking.

In general though, I find fewer issues running maven from command line vs through eclipse. Often not sure exactly why.



> On Mar 18, 2015, at 10:33 PM, Stephan Saalfeld <saalfelds at janelia.hhmi.org> wrote:
> Hi ImageJ developers,
> Eclipse complains
> Some Enforcer rules have failed. Look above for specific messages
> explaining why the rule failed.
> (org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-enforcer-plugin:1.3.1:enforce:enforce-rules:validate)
> in my TrakEM2 master for each module.  No further information (neither
> above nor below) is provided.
> A terminal `mvn clean install`, however, succeeds without complaints.
> So I assume that this is an Eclipse specific quirk.  I have Kepler
> Service Release 1 installed.
> Do you know about this [, do you have an idea what it is[, and do you
> know how to fix it]]]?
> Thanks in any case,
> Stephan
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