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Easier maintenance of <version> in large projects


If you develop a large project with maven, you will typically split your code into various modules organized in a large tree (POM hierarchy). Maven is a great tool to support the development of such project. However there is a major drawback addressed in this toppic:

Every node in your POM hierarchy has a pom.xml with a groupId, artifactId and a version. Besides you have references to other POMs (or artifacts - however you see it) in your pom:

  • The <parent> section will point to parent project.
  • The <dependency> sections will point to dependent artifacts.

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