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Maven: settings.xml in defined path

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Hi: With Maven, settings.xml would be in ./m2, how could I put settings.xml to somewhere I want.  If I have different projects running in my machine, I do not want same settings.xml serving for every project.  
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There are two places where settings.xml is looked for

 $M2_HOME/conf/settings.xml
 ${user.home}/.m2/settings.xml

You can use the --settings and --global-settings to change where it looks

mvn install --settings \somwhere\settings.xml --global-settings /somewhere/else/settings.xml
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