[jitsi-dev] Using local build of fmj


#1

Is there an easy way to do the equivalent of "mvn install" when building a
local version of fmj? We've been looking at trying to copy it into .m2
manually but it's proving to be a bit of a pain. How are devs using a
locally built fmj.jar?

-brian


#2

Hey Brian,

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On 04/02/16 14:07, Brian Baldino wrote:

Is there an easy way to do the equivalent of "mvn install" when building
a local version of fmj? We've been looking at trying to copy it into
.m2 manually but it's proving to be a bit of a pain. How are devs using
a locally built fmj.jar?

You can actually use maven:
mvn install -f fmj/m2/jitsi/pom.xml

Boris


#3

Awesome, thanks Boris!

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On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 12:24 PM, Boris Grozev <boris@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Brian,

On 04/02/16 14:07, Brian Baldino wrote:

Is there an easy way to do the equivalent of "mvn install" when building
a local version of fmj? We've been looking at trying to copy it into
.m2 manually but it's proving to be a bit of a pain. How are devs using
a locally built fmj.jar?

You can actually use maven:
mvn install -f fmj/m2/jitsi/pom.xml

Boris

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