Eclipse updating maven dependencies stuck
We often dream that things will run faster (perhaps you’re serving a jail sentence), or happen sooner than they do so they’re not as annoying.
It’s particularly painful, when you have little or no control over the thing you’re waiting for.
Here are some the solutions to the common reasons why your Maven build is slow.
By default, Maven does not utilize the full power of your hardware.
However, that’s another story altogether and you should totally try it to see if it works for you and by how much it speeds up your build. It then generates fresh copies of those files again.
At the same time a large chunk of your project build will be skipped either because it’s still fresh and doesn’t require rebuilding or because it’s not a part of the target module and won’t play a role. If you sometimes feel like Maven is downloading the internet, know that you’re not alone!
This is one of the most common complaints of any build system, npm, gradle, sbt.
You name it, you’ll be surprised at how many libraries and transitive dependencies known to humanity will need to be downloaded at an arbitrary, and usually most inopportune time.
Time seems to stop and every second feels like an eternity.
Multiply that by 10 add 5, divide by 2 and square it.