On 6/21/10 8:39 PM, ljnelson wrote:
Well, I pulled down the Drools source and built what I needed from source,
and then dependencies worked fine. So the problem has to do with the Nexus
repository. For whatever reason the artifacts resolved from there are not
pointing to the right transitive dependencies. And that, ladies and
gentlemen, is where my Nexus expertise begins and ends. :-)
This looks like a bug in the dependency plugin. Nexus is *just* a fancy
HTTP server. I suggest you do what Jason suggested on maven-users and
submit a sample pom.
This line in the output:
Furthermore, for me at least, dependency:list works, further suggesting
a problem specific to the dependency:tree goal.
That said, in general, I wouldn't advise anyone to use SNAPSHOTs (from
any project) from a public repository - they're just too fragile. If you
need to depend upon pre-release versions, you're better off building