for the bin scripts to work. This has caught me, so sharing it just in case.
Re: mvn install
Jesse Yates 2012-06-06, 16:53
Yeah, that's so you can get at least the compiled classes. Technically, all you should need to run is "mvn compile" first.
In the latest ref guide (in trunk, not published), I added some info under the developer section about how to run local hbase from the bin scripts ("in-situ"). The docs there also say to do an install, but that's just the safest way, in case we start changing a lot of things with the modularization. ------------------- Jesse Yates @jesse_yates jyates.github.com On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 6:30 PM, Enis Söztutar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi devs, > > Just FYI, after modularization, you have to do > > mvn install -DskipTests > > for the bin scripts to work. This has caught me, so sharing it just in > case. > > Enis >
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