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From Philippe Faes <Philippe.F...@elis.UGent.be>
Subject Re: sub project notifications
Date Fri, 28 Jul 2006 07:21:29 GMT
I have a related question for multiple projects (but not sub-projects).
If project B and C depend on project A, I would like to automatically
re-build B and C whenever A gets updated (and rebuilt). This is needed
because minor modifications in A could trigger bugs in B or C.
Is there an easy way to do that? 

thanks
Philippe

On Thu, 2006-07-27 at 21:32 -0500, Jesse McConnell wrote:
> I don't think it will use that childs notification element, I don't
> think continuum actually knows anything about that subproject when it
> comes to it failing and sending out notifications.
> 
> on the bright side project groups are getting a rework in the next
> version of continuum :)
> 
> jesse
> 
> On 7/27/06, Brian E. Fox <brianf@reply.infinity.nu> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > We're currently running 1.0.3 on several large multiprojects. I needed
> > to add just the parents and clear the non-recursive flag because having
> > each module as a standalone entity in continuum was unmanageable (we
> > have ~50 modules in several branches for around 100+ total). If I set a
> > notification element in one of the child poms, will continuum use that
> > to notify? Example:
> >
> > A--
> >     B--
> >         C
> >         D
> >     E
> >
> > If I set a notification email in B, when the build fails in C or D, will
> > that be sent, or will it only send notifications configured in A since
> > that's the only project configured directly in continuum?
> 

-- 
Philippe Faes <Philippe.Faes@elis.UGent.be>


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