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From "dan tran" <dant...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Modules Best Practices
Date Mon, 24 Apr 2006 23:50:24 GMT
create shell project with scm url points to the directory containing your
parent + the 2 children modules

Then create a build definition :

   command:  mvn
   arguramtent -f parent/pom.xml  install  ( what ever goal you like)

-Dan



On 4/24/06, Ryan Wynn <bigwynnr@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I have an m2 parent project and a couple child projects.  As I
> suspected I am running into problems with Maven's relativePath stuff
> in Continuum because Continuum is using numbered directories instead
> of my project names as directories.
>
> For example I have the following in the parent.
>
> <modules>
>   <module>../child1</module>
>   <module>../child2</module>
> </modules>
>
> This works okay running in Maven with parent and children on the same
> level of the directory structure.
>
> But of course in Continuum child1, child2, etc, are going to live in
> numbered directories.  So I get a file not found exception.
>
> The problem also shows up in the child referencing the parent
>
> <parent>
>   <relativePath>../parent/pom.xml</relativePath>
> </parent>
>
> because parent will be also be mapped to a number.
>
> How can I work around this?  I couldn't find any others having this
> problem in the archives.
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan
>

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