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Behaviour of Maven release plugin

 
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Hi all,

I am using the maven release plugin to automate the Java projects I am working on. I have utilised the maven release plugin to update the versions of all my poms, and it have worked like a charm. However, since yesterday, I have a very strange behaviour when I am trying to update the version of all poms of my projects.  After the execution of the following command:

mvn release:update-versions -DautoVersionSubmodules=true

The usual prompt appears on the console to change the version of the pom to whatever version I want. Maven offers to change to the version 0.1.4-SNAPSHOT (as the previous version was the 0.1.3-SNAPSHOT) but I would like to change all the poms to a release version (which I have already done before) 0.1.3. When I try to do that, the prompt never advances, and it get stuck on asking me for the new version, as illustrated in the release-plugin-behaviour image (in attach).

Anyone have experienced such behaviour? as I have used it before and I know it works, I would like to hear from all of you what do you think is happening.
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