What's new in XMvn 2.0.1
XMvn 2.0.1 was released on 2014-06-06. Most important changes
* Minor features
* Property to disable effective POMs
XMvn 2.0.1 allows to globally disable generation and resolution
of effective POMs by setting system property
* Minor bugfixes
* Fixed JAR post-processing during installation
In some cases XMvn 2.0.0 may have failed to inject Javapackages
manifest entries to JARs it installs. It also failed to detect
native code inside JARs. This was fixed in XMvn 2.0.1.
* Fixed return code of <<<xmvn-install>>>
XMvn Installer CLI used to return zero exit code even if
installation failed. This was corrected in XMvn 2.0.1.
* Implemented lazy loading of metadata
XMvn spawns background threads to initialize some "eager"
singletons in order to minimize delay on their first use and
improve overall performance. Since Java allows isolated class
realms to have multiple singleton instances, hundreds of
initializer threads may have be spawned in applications heavily
using isolated realms, such as in unit testing.
XMvn 2.0.1 implemented lazy initialization instead of eager
initialization, which results in lower performance, but better
* Fixed artifact resolution from local workspace repository
XMvn 2.0.1 fixes a regression introduced in version 2.0.0 -
artifacts were no longer resolved from local workspace