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Parsing a Maven POM III

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Parsing a Maven POM III

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Due to popular demand I moved the latest code for parsing a Maven POM (including it’s parent POMs) into a tiny Github Project:

https://github.com/fuinorg/utils4maven

Here is a short example how to use it:

// Reading the model loads everything from remote
// repository using JBoss Shrinkwrap Resolver!
Model model = MavenPomReader.readModel("org.fuin:objects4j:0.6.1");
System.out.println(model.getName());
// Should print 'Objects4J'

A full example can be found here: MavenPomReaderTest.java

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