Apache Taverna (incubating) Maven Parent pom
The Apache Taverna Maven Parent provides common build settings for the rest of Apache Taverna (incubating).
mvn clean install
Note: Modules of Taverna might not use the latest version of the Taverna
Parent. This is not generally an issue, if you want to avoid its download
from Maven Central.
you may want to build the Apache Taverna Parent version corresponding to
<parent> in the module's
- Version number of common dependencies are declared within
- Common plugins are defined in
- This parent does NOT define the version of org.apache.taverna modules, that should
be done within
<properties>of each top-level project.
- Versions of dependencies that are only used within one particular project
incubator-taverna-common-activities) should rather be defined in the top-level
pom.xmlof that project.
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