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From Emmanuel Venisse <>
Subject Re: Project specific for Maven1 build
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 08:37:15 GMT
I think you can put your property in and maven1 on continuum machine will
use it. 
For developers, the value define in their will override the value in

An other solution would be to add the property on the m1 command line via the build definition
your project.


Shute, James a écrit :
> Hi,
> Just started using Continuum and am really liking it, but have just 1
> small issue I can't seem to find an answer to.
> One of our projects, which is built using Maven 1, needs a machine
> specific property set (it's an absolute path to a specific file), so
> that goes in in the project dir and each developer sets
> it to the correct value for their box.  It's potentially different on
> each box, hence it can't go in
> Now I tried fixing our build under Continuum by adding the
> file with the value set into the working area, but next
> time a CVS update happens during the build that file gets wiped out and
> the build fails again.
> For now I've got it working by putting the setting in the system wide
> file, but that's not an ideal solution as this property
> is only really relevant to this 1 project.
> Is there some way round this, or shall I file a JIRA?
> thanks
> James
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