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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: looking at the maven site via continuum
Date Thu, 02 Feb 2006 08:09:33 GMT


Jettro Coenradie a écrit :
> I do not really agree with you talking about the site:deploy stuff. A build
> system is for building indeed, but the reports a part of building, the same
> way unit tests are part of building. I will try the site:deploy stuff. How
> can you integrate this with the different projects. Is there a way to tell
> the number of the project in the work directory? Can we pass the version
> number from continuum to maven or the other way around?

Version number is define in your pom.

> 
> I do like the tool for it's simplicity, though some features would be very
> nice. I will browse the wiki and jira stuff to see what is already there.
> 
> On 2/1/06, Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> wrote:
> 
>>
>>
>>Johnson, Jonathan a écrit :
>>
>>>I agree.  When I first though about using Continuum over CruiseControl I
>>>read the statement that Continuums integrates well with the maven
>>>architecture.  A strong feature of Maven is the site generation, yet in
>>>Continuum there is no way to see the site.  Moreover the default
>>>Continuum build ('clean install') does not build the site.
>>>
>>>Even if you add 'site' as a build goal and then navigate to the Working
>>>Copy then to the target/site directory you cannot open the HTML files in
>>>continuum.  Continuum lists the html as text.
>>
>>you can see the generated site if you deploy it in a server with
>>site:deploy
>>Site generation isn't added by default because the basic of a continuous
>>integration tool is to
>>build a project.
>>
>>
>>>Two things Continuum needs
>>>
>>>1.  Schedule builds based on scm commit activity (rather than fixed
>>>scedules).  CruiseControl has ability to launch builds soon after files
>>>are commited to a repository and also has nice reporting facilities to
>>>see the scm activity.  (This feature is on future features list for
>>>Continuum, I just want to put my vote in).
>>
>>How CruiseControl do it?
>>For scm activity, we already have a report like changelog report
>>
>>
>>>2. Provide support for Continuum to build and view the module site.
>>
>>You can already do it with a site deploy.
>>
>>Emmanuel
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: jettro.coenradie@gmail.com [mailto:jettro.coenradie@gmail.com] On
>>>Behalf Of Jettro Coenradie
>>>Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 6:31 AM
>>>To: continuum-users@maven.apache.org
>>>Subject: looking at the maven site via continuum
>>>
>>>Hi all,
>>>I have another question. Is it possible to present the site generated by
>>>maven next to the build? It would be nice to be able to check the site
>>>from
>>>the continuum website.
>>>
>>>greetz Jettro
>>>
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