[forge-dev] creating "pom" projects

Tim Pedone macdude357 at gmail.com
Mon May 16 11:22:58 EDT 2011

Sorry, I must have miscommunicated what was going on.  I don't want to
use the CDIFacet, it's getting added automatically.  If you take a
look at the NewProjectPlugin code, it adds some facets to the project:

      Project project = projectFactory.createProject(dir, DependencyFacet.class,
               JavaSourceFacet.class, ResourceFacet.class);

ProjectFactory adds the given facets to the project but then calls
registerFacets() which iterates *all* facets and adds them to the
project resulting in the CDIFacet (and others) getting added.

On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 10:01 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III
<lincolnbaxter at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't think that using the CDIFacet for this purpose is the right thing to
> do. The CDI Facet represents a java project with CDI enabled, so I don't
> think a POM project fits that description :)
> I would just add the CDI api as a dependency, though I suppose I should ask,
> why are you trying to do this in this particular way?
> ~Lincoln
> On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 2:02 AM, Tim Pedone <macdude357 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As part of implementing the ability to add dependencies based off the
>> dependencyManagement section of a parent pom, it would be helpful for
>> testing purposes (and likely for users as well) to be able to create a
>> project of type "pom".  I copied the NewProjectPlugin and used it to
>> create a PomProjectPlugin.   I removed the Java facet and set the
>> packaging to "pom"; however, it seems that
>> ProjectFactory.createProject() calls registerFacet() which attempts to
>> add every facet (CDI, JEE, etc.) to the project.  The CDI facet fails
>> because the project is not a war or jar.  Is that behavior correct
>> (adding the CDI facet to all projects)?
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