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From Marcel Schutte <>
Subject Re: Projects in Continuum not building
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2006 08:53:47 GMT
Hi Alex,

Try checking the continuum configuration of your project. Does it
contain a value in the 'scm branch/tag' field?

What happened with some of my continuum builds recently was that they
must have started at a moment I was manually building a release. During
a release, maven will commit two new versions of your pom. The first
one contains a <tag> in the scm section.
I think that continuum did the update at the moment this pom was the
head revision and subsequently updated its configuration to use this
After this, it will never find changes again and therefore not run

Your problem might be completely different, but it is worth checking

--- Alex Lam <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have a question on how Continuum works.
> I set up a script to check things out of SVN and burn it to a CD
> every
> night.
> However, Continuum doesn't seem to be executing the script on a
> nightly
> basis.
> The script did seem to work on Jun 29, when the revision number was
> at 245.
> This was the last time the script executed.
> However, for the past week, Continuum is not executing the script and
> in the
> logfile, it says "The project was not build because there are no
> changes".
> The log file also states the revision number is at 249. Since Jun 29,
> I have
> been checking things in and out of my repository so I know there have
> been
> changes made to it.
> My question is " Is this an error in Continuum?" and how does
> Continuum
> detect that a build has no changes? Is it by the revision number?
> Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
> -Alex

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