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Maven is a plug-in based software project management tool which core features are automation of your software build, dependency management, and generating of reports and documentation.

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You should not be doing this. Parent POMs have pom as their packaging, and even if you make it work technically, you break expectations and many Maven plugins will not forgive you. I would refactor …
answered Mar 6 by J. Fabian Meier
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Using the Maven License Plugin, you can generate a text file with all the licenses (license:add-third-party). This file can then be included as a resource into your project or your bundled zip. …
answered Mar 22 '17 by J. Fabian Meier
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You do not want the programmers of X to use classes of Z. You can achieve this with the Maven dependency plugin: https://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-dependency-plugin/analyze-only-mojo.html This …
answered Sep 14 '18 by J. Fabian Meier
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Consider using dependency-check https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Dependency_Check It has a Maven plugin and command line tool. You can use it to warn you if you use "dangerous" dependency versions in a build. The list is updated every day. …
answered Oct 23 '17 by J. Fabian Meier