Do you really need kie-ci? If not remove it. It’s not needed, unless you want maven to
resolve dependencies and handle the update process, which you do not.
If you cannot figure out the api, then the alternative route is to simple call the mvn
plugin via the command line, each time you detect a file change. The downside here is it’s
heavy as you are not taking advantage of the incremental builder.
On 30 Jun 2014, at 04:50, Chris B <sunnycal99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I tried that also, but it looks like a very long procedure. I have to
kie-ci.jar in the path, and it goes on telling me about maven, ant , plexus,
aether jars. All runtime exceptions.
The kie-ci does not specify which version of maven to use, but some the
files used in one jar are not compatible with plexus or aether..
Can you recommend an easy way to build it.
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