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From "dan tran" <dant...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Listeners for build events
Date Tue, 11 Jul 2006 16:21:17 GMT
On 7/11/06, Ahmed Omarjee <ahmed.omarjee@standardbank.co.za> wrote:
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> - IMHO, the act of checking code out, building and then labelling is not
> part
> of the typical developers build lifecycle (ie. on a single developers
> machine, he handles this kind of thing manually if needs be, by updating
> his
> codebase, labelling, and branching when required), this kind of automation
> is needed particularly when doing continuous integration.


True, that is why I have suggested to hook up Continuum with
maven-release-plugin to do the
automation.

- The release plugin could do the job but when does it run, where is it
> configured ?


Create a continuum shell project and configure build definition as

mvn release:release

this mojo is not avaible yet see
http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MRELEASE-100

but I dont think it is hard to implement

- If I call the scm:tag command as part of a shell script integration in
> continuum, surely its build cycle is independent of the original project
> and
> hence may be inconsistent. Somehow the entire build cycle for a given
> project should be a single unit of work, all the way from checkout, build,
> test, and then potentially apply a label.


scm:tag does the label

scm:bootstrap pulls the source  just labeled

how could it inconsitent?


Ahmed
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