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From "Christian Schulte (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (CONTINUUM-462) Relative path not honoured in cvs commands for flat project layout
Date Sun, 20 Nov 2005 01:33:06 GMT
Relative path not honoured in cvs commands for flat project layout

         Key: CONTINUUM-462
     Project: Continuum
        Type: Bug
    Versions: 1.0, 1.0.1    
 Environment: affects all environments
    Reporter: Christian Schulte

Continuum does not implement the flat project layout as described at  <>
at the end of the site correctly. The checkout via ViewCVS does work but during building continuum
does not propagate the relative path to the modules and the parent correctly  to the cvs commands
it executes making the build fail because of cvs errors about unknown modules.



Just directories below REPOROOT. The ViewCVS URL to import such a project into continuum looks
something like this...


and the SCM URL inside ROOT/pom.xml looks like this...

Continuum can successfully build the project inside ROOT but fails for all projects defined
like this in ROOT/pom.xml.


That is because it tries to do the cvs checkouts wihtout the correct relative path as it did
during initial checkout via ViewCVS.

21212715 [Thread-1] WARN  org.apache.maven.continuum.scm.ContinuumScm  - Command output: cvs
server: cannot find module `REPOROOT/ROOT/MODULE1' - ignored
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot expand modules 

Here it should have used REPOROOT/ROOT/../MODULE1. The workaround to get this structure working
in continuum is to specify the SCM URL inside every single pom.xml of the whole project with
the correct path. Continuum then does support the flat project layout. Without the SCM URLs
inside every pom it only honours the structure during initial checkout via ViewCVS but not
during the cvs commands executed.

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