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[ Equinox ] - Not a v4.0.0 POM Warnings, What does that mean ?  RSS feed

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Hi Guys,

I came across equinox while reading a document on how to integrate Struts-Spring-Hibernate. It seems a very good tool to save time creating development environment.

I downloaded equinox-all-1.7.zip and followed the instructions to create a development directory structure for my project. But, I guess I am missing something as after running ant task to create a new project directory structure I got series of warnings like

[artifact:dependencies] [WARNING] POM for 'httpunit:httpunit:pom:1.6' is invalid. It will be ignored for artifact resolution. Reason: Not a v4.0.0 POM.

Then I checked lib directory of newly crate project environment to find only 1 jar file.

Can anybody help me out with this ?

Abhijit Salunkhe
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It sounds like you're using Maven 2 to build artifacts that have poms that can only be built by Maven 1... Check the project doc to see if that's the case.
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