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From och...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r946099 - in /continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site: apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt resources/images/add-m2-project.png
Date Wed, 19 May 2010 09:59:45 GMT
Author: oching
Date: Wed May 19 09:59:45 2010
New Revision: 946099

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=946099&view=rev
Log:
update docs with changes in add maven two project page

Modified:
    continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt
    continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/resources/images/add-m2-project.png

Modified: continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt?rev=946099&r1=946098&r2=946099&view=diff
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--- continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt
(original)
+++ continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/apt/user_guides/managing_project/addProject.apt
Wed May 19 09:59:45 2010
@@ -39,8 +39,8 @@ Add a Project
 
   You cannot add a duplicate project (duplicates would mean another instance of a project
with the same groupId, artifactId, and version) in the same Project Group.
 
-  By default, Continuum adds each sub-module POM as an individual Continuum Project. Each
of these Continuum projects having it's own working
-  directory. For example, you have a multi-module project with the following structure:
+  If <<Checkout multi-module project in separate directories>> radio box is selected
when a project is added to Continuum, each sub-module POM would be added as an individual
Continuum Project.
+  Each of these Continuum projects having it's own working directory. For example, you have
a multi-module project with the following structure:
 
 +----------------------------+
 simple-multi-module-project
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ simple-multi-module-project
 `-- pom.xml
 +----------------------------+
 
-  This projec tree means that there will be three Continuum Projects added in Continuum.
Let's say, the top level project was assigned
+  This project tree means that there will be three Continuum Projects added in Continuum.
Let's say, the top level project was assigned
   a <<<project id>>> of '1' when it was added in Continuum and module-a
got a <<<project id>>> of '2' and module-b got a <<<project id>>>
of '3'. Now in
   Continuum's working directory, you will see these projects checked out as below. Note that
their <<<project ids>>> correspond to their own
   working directories.
@@ -111,10 +111,10 @@ simple-multi-module-project
                 `-- ...
 +----------------------------+
 
-  You can force Continuum to check out the entire project into a single directory by checking
the "Checkout multi-module project
-  in single directory".
+  You can force Continuum to check out the entire project into a single directory by selecting
the <<Checkout multi-module project
+  in single directory>> radio box.
 
-  <Note:> If your project has a flat structure similar to the one below, you might
want to check out
+  <<Note:>> If your project has a flat structure similar to the one below, you
might want to check out
   your project into a single directory to be able to release it in Continuum.
 
 +----------------------------+
@@ -137,9 +137,7 @@ simple-flat-multi-module
            `-- ...
 +----------------------------+
 
-  If you want to add only the root POM without sub-modules, check the "load only root as
recursive build" field. This field cannot be
-  used simultaneously with single directory checkout. If this is enabled, single directory
checkout will be overridden even if it
-  is was ticked during project add.
+  If you want to add only the root POM without sub-modules, select the <<load only
root as recursive build>> radio box. 
 
   You can choose a <<Build Definition Template>> which will be applied to your
project.  If you choose a <<Build Definition
   Template>>, the build definitions from the template will be added in addition to
any build definitions that are defined

Modified: continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/resources/images/add-m2-project.png
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/continuum/branches/continuum-flat-multi-module-updated/continuum-docs/src/site/resources/images/add-m2-project.png?rev=946099&r1=946098&r2=946099&view=diff
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