For more detailed information on these customizable properties, please consult the online plugin documentation. Instead of being a reference guide, this document is intended to get you started, and at least to get some flavour of the scope of this plugin. In this document, we will discuss every feature with an example, showing the relevant configuration code. You are encouraged to work through these examples in the given order. Example Usage This is by far the simplest example that you can possibly imagine. There are however good reasons to include a DTD reference, as you will find out in one of the following examples.
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Join For Free Learn more about how to create a Maven plugin. Apache Maven is a widely-adopted build automation tool in the Java space, popular for its plugin options. Turtles all the way down! That is it! Write the Maven Plugin Code On to the fun part: writing the code! AbstractMojo; import org. MojoExecutionException; import org.
MojoFailureException; import org. LifecyclePhase; import org. Mojo; import org. Parameter; import org. This goal will execute when the project is initialized. Since we are all great developers, we never forget to add the doc, right? Now, we just need to use the plugin! Dependency Injection in Maven Plugins Our plugin is great and all, but all of the code is crammed into one file.
I like to break up my code into easily testable chunks. What this all really means is that I can use the standard JSR Inject annotations to break up my code and not worry about the details of the IoC container! MojoExecutionException; import javax. Named; import javax. Singleton; import java. BufferedReader; import java. IOException; import java. InputStreamReader; import java. You could build and run the plugin as before, and get the same results.
One More Thing, Documentation! One of my favorite things about Maven is that plugins have consistent documentation structures. See why all of that Javadoc was so important? Check out these other tutorials as well:.
Tutorial: How to Create a Maven Plugin
Fork this repo to contribute. Do not export the Google Code repo to GitHub since that version is old. What is it? This may seem odd to you, since 1 Maven 2 is supposed to support DocBook natively, relying on Doxia, and 2 there is already another DocBook plugin at mojo. The thruth however is that DocBook support in Doxia is fairly limited, mainly because Doxia as a framework supports only a small fraction of the concepts found in DocBook. The DocBook plugin at mojo. There are however some significant differences.
Docbkx Maven Plugin
Yoll The DocBook plugin at mojo. Your latest example contains two includes configuration options which is not valid maven configuration. The example below does not really do anything interesting before rendering PDF output. First of all, geberate is not uncommon for documents to refer to a version of the software. The plugin goal used above generate-html converts the docbook xml to html.
DOCBKX MAVEN PLUGIN GENERATE PDF
Join For Free Learn more about how to create a Maven plugin. Apache Maven is a widely-adopted build automation tool in the Java space, popular for its plugin options. Turtles all the way down! That is it! Write the Maven Plugin Code On to the fun part: writing the code!