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Maven2 dependency plugin and multi-module project

 
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I tried to use dependency:tree and dependency:analyze targets with maven-dependency-plugin, and it fails to resolve dependency on sibling modules. I find it somewhat strange, since copy-dependencies works fine.
Anyone tried that?
 
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What version of the dependency plugin are you using? I'm able to get a full list of dependencies.
 
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