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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Flat structure supported ?
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2005 15:19:25 GMT


Christian Schulte a écrit :
> Emmanuel Venisse schrieb:
> 
>> Can you describe your directory structure, your modules definition and 
>> the url you use to add your project?
>>
>> Emmanuel
> 
> 
> REPOROOT
> |--ROOT
> |----pom.xml
> |--MODULE1
> |----pom.xml
> |--MODULE2
> |----pom.xml
> 
> Just directories below REPOROOT. Inside of ROOT/pom.xml I have:
> 
> <scm>
>  
> <connection>scm:cvs:pserver:user@host:/cvs:somepath1/somepath2/somepath3/REPOROOT/</connection>

> 
>  
> <developerConnection>scm:cvs:pserver:otheruser@host:/cvs:somepath1/somepath2/somepath3/REPOROOT/</developerConnection>

> 
>  <url>http://somehost/viewcvs/somepath1/somepath2/somepath3/REPOROOT</url>
> </scm>

Why do you don't have ROOT/ at the end of your urls? yours scm urls aren't url of ROOT project,
but 
urls of REPOROOT
> 
> and
> 
> <modules>
>  <module>../MODULE1</module>
>  <module>../MDOULE2</module>
> </modules>

it's ok

> 
> When I upload ROOT/pom.xml I am using an URL like:
> 
> http://somehost/viewcvs/*checkout*/somepath1/somepath2/somepath3/REPOROOT/ROOT/pom.xml


it's ok

> 
> 
> Continuum now starts to download the referenced poms and also does the 
> checkouts. No problems so far. When it then starts building ROOT it 
> cannot find pom.xml inside REPOROOT. So in the gui I manually specify 
> the relative path to the pom.xml of ROOT to be ROOT/pom.xml but this 
> change has no effect. Continuum continues to access the pom inside 
> REPOROOT instead of REPOROOT/ROOT. When I now cd into the 
> working-directory and create a link so that REPOROOT/pom.xml links to 
> REPOROOT/ROOT/pom.xml continuum seems to start working.
> 

add ROOT/ in your scm urls.

Emmanuel


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