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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Where should I create utility classes that are used by unit tests, integration tests and functional tests?

Say I have a project that's using the standard Maven/Gradle project directory structure, with the source file directory like this: src ├── functTest ├── integTest ├── main └── test What would be ...
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Haskell build and artifact environment similar to Maven

I used to be a Java developer for a long time, but recently, I joined a Haskell team. In the java world, if you have a large project, with several teams working on it, a common approach is to use an ...
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How to organize integration tests and test data for different environments when using Maven Failsafe

I have started to separate my unit tests from my integration tests by using Maven Surefire and Failsafe. Now I'm wondering what good ways there are to deal with separate environments. Take for ...
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Custom maven mojo and tools

I'm writing maven plugin which depends on several java tools. I'm quite happy with it and want to share it with the community. I'm interested in correct way to handle dependency to these tools: Use ...
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How to do frequent deployment / rolling upgrades for a Java app?

We're developing a SaaS app in Java, built with Maven. It runs on Amazon on a (potentially) large number of servers. We'd like to deploy changes every day or two. We have a ton of unit and system ...