When building Core using Java 6 artifacts are renamed during install from *.jar to *.jdocbook-style (at list in the core sub-module). This of course screws up the local repo. Here is the build log of a mvn install in the core module:
The maven version is: Apache Maven 2.2.1 (r801777; 2009-08-06 21:16:01+0200)
Strong was able to reproduce the problem on his Fedora box, but on this Mac it works.
I'm not seeing this issue using jdk 1.5 on rhel. Since I will be building the 3.6.2 release, this will not affect that release. I'm moving to 3.6.3 as a reminder to check this again in the environment used for that release.
maybe it is a feature of maven? it tries to tell you do not use jdk6 to build core 3.6
Um, what exactly is it y'all think is the solution here.
Aside from build time checks in the scripts, not sure what it is we can do here. Maven2 simply has a bug. You will not be able to use Java 6 and Maven 2 to build Hibernate.
Bulk closing rejected tickets in "resolved" state.