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|What really are Maven dependencies?|
Maven dependencies are different artifacts and artifact could be of
any type, for example jar, war, ear, xml or any other format.
Generally speaking Dependencies are the libraries which are required
by your project and while developing your project you/developer should
know which library he is using, For example if you are building
something on Spring Core and your project require Spring Core jar
|Specify dependencies for Maven classifiers|
thats actually not the 'maven' way of doing thing right.
you should have a pom.xml for the jar project that has those pojos.
than you should have another pom.xml for the war project that has the
first project as a dependency.
you shouldn't create multiple different artifacts in 1 pom even if you
as you can see, it causes logical issues.
|Maven command need to skip download dependencies|
maven would only download dependencies if they are not in the local
when running on your local pc the local repository is in your pc (in
windows in the user home .m2 directory).
so either that directory gets deleted OR you changed the version of
the dependencies OR you are using SNAPSHOT versions which means it is
always trying to get the latest version from remote repository and
|how to configur sigar with libsigar-x86-linux.so automatically in maven project|
there is a problem with maven dependency plugin. You've to add .so
type as included type like here:
|how to know maven compiler version ?is this same as maven installation i.e-apache-maven-3.1.1|
Although the values are not explicitly defined, it follows the
convention of major Java releases - 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, etc.