The Jetspeed unpack plugin notes taken from https://portals.apache.org/jetspeed-2/buildguide/jetspeed-unpack-plugin.html describe the 'overwrite' rule as :-
"When a selected resource from the resource archive already exists in its target directory, the overwrite setting will determine if the existing resource is overwritten, even if it has a more recent timestamp than the archived resource.
Note: if the archived resource has a more recent timestamp the existing resource will always be overwritten."
but even though we have specified <overwrite>true</overwrite> we still see the message
"xxxx skipped: already exists at xxxxx"
Looking at src/main/java/org/apache/jetspeed/maven/utils/UnpackResources.java (line 433) it looks like it will still skip if the destintation filename timestamp is >= the source filename timestamp regardless of the overwrite flag being set.
Is this intentional or is it a bug? I thought setting overwrite to true would always overwrite it regardless of the timestamp as the documentation says it will be overwritten even if it has a more recent timestamp than the archived resource.