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From Jason van Zyl <ja...@maven.org>
Subject Re: [jira] Closed: (CONTINUUM-176) adding parent pom create duplicate continuum projects for all children
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 22:13:24 GMT
On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 16:40 -0500, Jason van Zyl (JIRA) wrote:
>      [ http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-176?page=all ]
>      
> Jason van Zyl closed CONTINUUM-176:
> -----------------------------------
> 
>     Resolution: Fixed
> 
> This is more an issue with m2 but you must put a slash on the end of you developerConnection
like this:
> 
> scm:cvs:pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs:shard/
> 
> Which indicates to the inheritance assembly mechanism in m2 that the path should be constructed
for children inheriting the element. I know it's confusing, we'll try to fix that.

Actually we just fixed this in m2 so that the inheritance is implicit.
So for now you'll need to use the slash but will be fixed in the next
release of m2.

> > adding parent pom create duplicate continuum projects for all children
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> >          Key: CONTINUUM-176
> >          URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-176
> >      Project: Continuum
> >         Type: Bug
> >     Versions: 1.0-alpha-2
> >     Reporter: Ryan Sonnek
> 
> >
> >
> > adding my parent maven2 project to continuum creates a continuum project for each
of my subprojects.  the continuum project's start off with the label of my subprojects, but
once the build run's they all revert to the label of the parent projects.
> > the build process for each of the subproject's is the same as well.  they don't
actually just build the subproject.  continuum builds the entire project.
> > try using my project's pom at https://shard.dev.java.net/source/browse/*checkout*/shard/pom.xml
for an example.
> 
-- 
jvz.

Jason van Zyl
jason at maven.org
http://maven.apache.org

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so that everyone understands what is being talked about ... Second,
the separation of the Idea into parts, by dividing it at the joints,
as nature directs, not breaking any limb in half as a bad carver might.

  -- Plato, Phaedrus (Notes on the Synthesis of Form by C. Alexander)


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