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From "Jesse McConnell" <>
Subject Re: SVN Revision Number in the name of a snapshot artifact
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 13:46:22 GMT
I don't really know of a simple way to do that, there are a couple of
factors at play here..

the <version> tag in the pom.xml is what governs the version that is
appended to the artifact for storage in the repository, and that
version doesn't change with scm version numbers anyway that I know of
(of course I could be wrong, there might be a way).

If you need functionality that can map a version in a repository to a
particular snapshot in time of the scm then I would recommend using
the SNAPSHOTs setup.  In these the version of your pom would be
something like 1.0-SNAPSHOT and then whenever continuum deployed the
snapshot it would replace that version with a timestamp.  That
timestamp could be turn be converted into a date that could you pass
into subversion and get the checkout of source corresponding to that
point in time.

that is nice also in that developers using your continuum published
repository don't have to do anything to get the latest releases of
code into thier development environment, maven will download the
latest snapshot for them.

anyway, good luck!

On 8/1/06, Binil Thomas <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am using Continuum 1.0.3, Maven 2.0.4 & SVN . I have configured Continuum
> to publish the artifacts it build into a shared repository, as described in
> the 'Better Builds With Maven' book. I would like the revision number of the
> SVN repository to be part of the version number of artifacts generated by
> Continuum. Is there a simple way to achieve this?
> Thanks,
> Binil
> PS: I am unsure if this question had been asked here before; I tried
> searching the list archives and could not find the answer.

jesse mcconnell

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