VersionEye Maven Plugin 3.4.0

Just released version 3.4.0 of the VersionEye Maven Plugin. It brings 2 new features and 1 enhancement.

Plugins

The biggest change is that by default it tracks plugins now. All plugins who are explicitly defined in a pom.xml file are now treated a regular dependencies of the project. They get submitted to the VersionEye API with the “plugin” scope. In the Web Interface the plugins show up in the dependency table.

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If you don’t want to track your plugins with the VersionEye Maven Plugin you can disable this feature. Simply add this line to your plugin configuration:

<trackPlugins>false</trackPlugins>

dependencyManagement:dependencies

Up to now the plugin only tracked dependencies under the “dependencies” node. Now dependencies under the “dependencyManagement” node are tracked as well!

licenseCheckBreakByUnknown

If a project has a license whitelist assigned to it the goal

mvn versioneye:licenseCheck

will check if there is a violation. If so it will break the build. That is still the default behaviour. But now there is a new configuration option to break the build for dependencies without any license information.

<licenseCheckBreakByUnknown>true</licenseCheckBreakByUnknown>

By default this value is “false”. If it is set to “true” the goal

mvn versioneye:licenseCheck

will break the build if there is a license violation OR if there is a dependency without any license information.

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