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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Why so many directories
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 08:16:38 GMT
Actually, continuum create one project by module and it checkout each module in its own directory.

If you don't want one project by module, you can delete all modules in continuum interface
and 
remove --non-recursive from the build definition of your parent project.

Emmanuel

Jeff Mutonho a écrit :
> My top level pom defines the following modules :
> 
> <modules>
>    <module>eportal-services</module>
>    <module>eportal-messaging</module>
>    <module>eportal-messaging-support</module>
>    <module>eportal-webservices</module>
>    <module>eportal</module>
>  </modules>
> 
> Besides the failed build i mentioned in my previous post ,Continuum is
> checking these out of CVS into a one directory , eg  50 , then it
> creates other directories namely 51( containing only  module
> eportal-services) , 52 ( containing only module eportal-messaging)
> ,53(containing only module eportal-messaging-support) ,etc
> 
> Why is this happening?
> 
> 
> 
> Jeff  Mutonho
> 
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