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From "Simon Kitching" <skitch...@gfg-group.com>
Subject RE: Problem when adding a m2 project into continuum
Date Tue, 23 May 2006 21:09:48 GMT
Hi Dario,
 
I had this problem too. The solution is to declare the scm url in every pom,
not just in the parent one.
 
Maven provides a java method for a project which returns its scm url. If
there is no explicit scm url declared in the project, it uses the one from
the parent and appends the project's artifactid. There isn't much else that
maven could do. Possibly Continuum could override the scm url returned by a
child module, as it knows the parent url, and the relative path from parent
to child as declared in the parent's <module> declaration; that seems a
little tricky to me though. And as noted above, declaring the scm path in
every pom solves the issue. 
 
Regards,
 
Simon


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From: Dário Oliveros [mailto:oliveros@cpqd.com.br] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 3:33 AM
To: continuum-users@maven.apache.org
Subject: Problem when adding a m2 project into continuum



I am having trouble importing a multiproject pom.xml that has its modules
located in a different directory structure. Please see below:

main/
trunk/
pom.xml (multiproject)
components/
comp_1/
trunk/
pom.xml
...
comp_n/
trunk/
pom.xml

multiproject pom.xml:
...

components/comp_1
...
components/comp_n


So If I import /main/trunk/pom.xml, continuum tries to find the modules as
subdirectories under main/trunk.
I brought up this scenario since I use svn:externals in the main/trunk and
had no problem when checking out the entire project from svn. However, I got
stuck with continnum now :-(
I think it would be great to have a feature where you could decide whether
to import the entire multiproject (with all modules) or just the
multiproject itself.

Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.
Dário
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