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Aether adapter for Maven plugins

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Aether is a dependency
management toolkit for Maven repositories. It is very convenient to use Aether
in your Maven plugins, when it's necessary to find a location of certain
artifact or find out what transitive dependencies it contains. This module
contains Aether class, an adapter between your plugin and Aether.

This is how you find out the location of a junit:junit-dep:4.10 artifact:

import com.jcabi.aether.Aether;
import org.apache.maven.plugin.AbstractMojo;
import org.sonatype.aether.RepositorySystemSession;
import org.sonatype.aether.artifact.Artifact;
import org.sonatype.aether.util.artifact.DefaultArtifact;
import org.sonatype.aether.util.artifact.JavaScopes;

public class MyMojo extends AbstractMojo {
   * @parameter default-value="${repositorySystemSession}"
   * @readonly
  private RepositorySystemSession session;
  public void execute() {
    File repo = this.session.getLocalRepository().getBasedir();
    Collection<Artifact> deps = new Aether(this.getProject(), repo).resolve(
      new DefaultArtifact("junit", "junit-dep", "", "jar", "4.10"),
    // Now you have a full set of artifacts that include junit-dep.jar
    // and all its dependencies in "runtime" scope. The first
    // element in the collection is junit-dep.jar itself. You can use
    // Artifact#getFile() method to get its absolute path


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How to contribute?

Fork the repository, make changes, submit a pull request.
We promise to review your changes same day and apply to
the master branch, if they look correct.

Please run Maven build before submitting a pull request:

$ mvn clean install -Pqulice
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