It would be nice if you could just check timestamps instead of reloading the POM and keep the info necessary to track snapshots in some other location to avoid the whole long process.Yeah, this is all public: On a related note, I'm often getting stuck in an endless "building workspace" step now which seems to be related to the maven plugin.Version 1.2 is compatible with Nexus Repository Manager Pro 2.3, Version 1.4.4 is compatible with Nexus Repository Manager Pro 2.4, Version 1.4.8 is compatible with Nexus Repository Manager Pro 2.5 and 22.214.171.124 and 1.6.x can be used for Nexus Repository Manager Pro 2.7 to 2.10.If the same information really answers both questions, then one question (usually the newer one) should be closed as a duplicate of the other.
In other tutorials, we created a maven project called "mytest" and imported it into Eclipse.
The update sites are specified at the following url: you can't use m2e 1.5.0 for any reason, then : I had to try this twice to get it to work.
The first time I tried it the "var" crept back into the .classpath file.
The latest version of the plugin available is always compatible with the latest available version of Nexus Repository Manager Pro.
Try to use the newest possible plugin version to take advantage of any available improvements. This configuration works only in Maven 3 and automatically replaces the deploy goal invocation of the Maven Deploy plugin in the deploy Maven life cycle phase with the deploy goal invocation of the Nexus staging Maven plugin.