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package org.jboss.forge.maven.locators;
Locate a Maven project starting in the current directory, and progressing up the chain of parent directories until a project is found, or the root directory is found. If a project is found, return the referring to the directory containing that project, or return null if no projects were found.

Lincoln Baxter, III
public class MavenProjectLocator implements ProjectLocator
   private final ProjectFactory factory;
   public MavenProjectLocator(final ProjectFactory factoryfinal Instance<MavenCoreFacetcoreFacet)
      this. = factory;
      this. = coreFacet;
   public Project createProject(final DirectoryResource dir)
      Resource<?> pom = dir.getChild("pom.xml");
      Project result = null;
      if (pom.exists())
         result = new ProjectImpl(dir);
         Facet facet = .get();
      return result;
   public boolean containsProject(final DirectoryResource dir)
      Resource<?> pom = dir.getChild("pom.xml");
      return pom.exists();
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