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From Richard Wallace <>
Subject Re: Default goals with maven 2
Date Tue, 30 May 2006 15:17:50 GMT
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Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
> I'm agree with Andreas, but if you want to change it, you'll need to do
> it in each project in project screen.
> Emmanuel
> Andreas Guther a écrit :
>> I am not so sure if having a "clean deploy" in an automated build is a
>> good idea, unless you are planning to deploy snapshots.  If you are
>> updating with each build the version number, it might make sense in some
>> way, but I still think a deployment should be a well thought decision
>> and nothing left to an automated process.

The deployments would only be snapshots.  To me, it doesn't seem that
bad to deploy a new snapshot from your continuous integration system if
all your tests pass.  I guess I just don't see the problem with that.
If your automated tests don't give you enough confidence that your
system is in a working state (at least good enough for deploying a
snapshot), that would indicate to me that you need more tests.

>> I cannot answer your question but I think having "clean install" as
>> default is in my eyes the best decision.

And it's fine as a default, but not being able to change a default is a

>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Richard Wallace [] Sent:
>> Friday, May 26, 2006 9:15 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Default goals with maven 2
> Hello,
> I'm trying to figure out how to change the default goals that continuum
> will use in the build definitions when a maven 2 project is added.
> Right now the default seems to be "clean install" but I'd like "clean
> deploy".  How can I change that?
> Rich

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