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From Aristedes Maniatis <>
Subject Re: Build failed in Hudson: Cayenne-trunk » HSQLDB,JDK 1.6 (latest) #115
Date Fri, 18 Dec 2009 22:54:16 GMT
On 18/12/09 11:45 PM, Andrus Adamchik wrote:
> I think we need "clean install", not just "clean test" on Hudson. This
> failure seems to be due to the test linked against the old piece of code:

OK. I changed it. I don't understand Maven despite having slightly used it for some years
now. The problem with 'install' is just that it takes so long. I don't understand why we want
to install anything: can't the modules just build themselves against the compiled code in
the other modules? Do they have to build against what is 'installed'?

I'm having similar problems with Clover [1] where it builds and instruments the files, but
then seems to find the uninstrumented classes. There I'm using:


That seems to work in other projects, but not for us. I'm guessing it finds 'installed' files
which are not instrumented, or something like that.

>> Wonder if we can have profile to skip docs generation for that..?

>Also why is docs a problem?

Only because it adds a lot of time to the build process. Even as it is without the docs, we
are looking at 90 minutes to run the tests.



Aristedes Maniatis
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