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From Vadim Gritsenko <va...@reverycodes.com>
Subject Re: pom poms
Date Thu, 02 Aug 2007 18:36:30 GMT
Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
> Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>> So - as mentioned on the top of email - it is huge pain to assemble such
>> a tree, but it is absolutely possible to do.
>
> Yes, but the tree is not what you might expect - it might be that we
> have a cocoon-core 2.2.2 while we still use cocoon-pipeline-api 2.2.0
> with impl 2.2.7.

Yup, no problem. I'd even expect so down the road.


> And even worse, you might want to decide to use impl
> 2.2.5 as you think that it works better than 2.2.7.

If one decides so, yes.


> So what one could do, is maintain a list of all modules with their
> latest versions, write a three lines script which checks out these
> modules and versions, and you get what you want (at least I think this
> is what you want).

Yes, can I have this magic three line script, please :) Even better, can we have 
it checked in under .../cocoon/tags/ so that *anybody* can get the script, run 
it - and voila! - you get a release of cocoon built :)

Vadim


> Oh, and we might have this list already in the root
> pom in the version depmgmt (although I still think that this is wrong).
> 
> Carsten


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