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From Mark Reynolds <sca...@tailwaggers.com>
Subject Re: How to install artifact created with assembly artifact into Continuum's local repository
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 15:02:08 GMT
Barrie Treloar wrote:
> On 7/5/06, Mark Reynolds <scarab@tailwaggers.com> wrote:
>> I have changed my multi-project build so it only builds the parent pom
>> without --non-recursive.
> 
> There are some double negatives here.
> 
> Do you mean you have deleted your other projects from the continuum
> build and that there is now only one project which is the parent
> project and for the parent project you have deleted the
> --non-recursive argument in the continuum build definitions arguments?
> 

Yes.

>> My parent pom is <packaging>pom</packaging> and
>> the only thing that gets copied to the internal "Deployment
>> Repository"     is the parent pom. Is this the expected behavior? I would
>> like to have all my module artifacts as well as artifacts created by the
>> assembly plugin put into this repository. Is this possible?
> 
> Continuum just runs the commands the same as you would on the command line.
> 

Correct.

> Go into the working directory that continuum is using and invoke by
> hand the same command.
> 
> If it doesn't work by hand, fix it.
> Once it works as you expect it, continuum will behave the same way.
> 

My build is working just fine. My only question regards the copying of 
artifacts into the repository configured in Administration => 
Configuration => Deployment Repository Directory.

-- Mark R


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