Makes it easy to use WebJars from the command line
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webjars-maven-plugin

Makes WebJars super-easy to find and install from the command line.

Prerequisites

Requires Java 5 and Maven 3.0.4.

Installation

Native

Download the latest release. Unpack it somewhere and add the bin folder to your path. You can now run webjars list jquery.

Maven

To invoke the plugin with the mvn webjars:<goal> shortcut, you must either add the plugin to Maven's settings.xml or to your project's pom.xml. If you do neither, you must use mvn org.webjars:webjars-maven-plugin:<goal>.

Global

In settings.xml (in $USER_HOME/.m2 by default), add the following line to the pluginGroups element (more info):

<pluginGroup>org.webjars</pluginGroup>

The shortcut is now available globally.

Project-specific

In your project's POM, add the plugin to the plugins element:

<plugin>
  <groupId>org.webjars</groupId>
  <artifactId>webjars-maven-plugin</artifactId>
  <version>1.0.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
</plugin>

The shortcut is now available in the project's directory

Goals

list

Lists all available WebJars. Can be used from any directory.

The optional webjar parameter filters the results.

webjars list or mvn webjars:list

webjars list jquery or mvn webjars:list -Dwebjar=jquery

install

Adds a webjar to your dependencies.

The required webjar parameter specifies which WebJar to install. The format is: <name>[:<version]. If there is no version, the latest version is used.

webjars install jquery or mvn webjars:install -Dwebjar=jquery

webjars install jquery:1.10.1 or mvn webjars:install -Dwebjar=jquery:1.10.1

License

webjars-maven-plugin is licensed under the Apache v2.0 License.