It seems like either an issue with your ~/.m2/settings.xml or your custom
pom.xml file (something along the line of not using correct artifact versions,
etc.) than a bigtop issue. The scenario you're describing is working
everytime I've tried.
On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 07:10PM, Jay Vyas wrote:
> Hi !
> I just realized that I am running remotely downloaded bigtop tests, rather
> than my custom groovy iTests. I was thinking that:
> mvn clean install -DskipTests -DskipITs -DperformRelease -f
> would install local source code built bigtop jars, which would then be used
> for tests when i run:
> mvn -fae clean verify -Dorg.apache.bigtop.itest.log4j.level=INFO -f
> However, at closer analysis, these commands are merely downloading
> snapshots from remote and installing them over my local bigtop build :( ....
> I guess I might be interpretting the README wrong... but.... how do I
> install my local bigtop source code into my local maven repo, so that I can
> run customized bigtop groovy (iTest) tests?
> Probably this is more of a pom.xml question than a bigtop one.
> Jay Vyas