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1. Maven Built-In
To verify the Maven installation, in terminal, issue the command
1.1 – Where is Maven installed?
A quick check with
whereis command :
By default, Maven is installed at
/usr/share/maven. No configuration is needed.
2. Install Maven Manually
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After the upgrade of Mac OS X Mavericks, Maven was removed (no idea why). So, You have to install it manually.
2.1 – Download Maven
Download the Maven, for example
apache-maven-3.1.1-bin.tar.gz. Extracts it,
2.2 – Set Maven command in environment variable.
~/. bash_profile – create this file if doesn’t exist.
Restart the terminal. Test it.
3. Post Configuration
A common post-installation for Maven, change the local repository to another location.
Above example changed the default repository from