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From "Jo Vandermeeren" <>
Subject Re: Newbie question: single project spanning multiple repository locations
Date Mon, 26 Feb 2007 21:25:55 GMT
hi Dirk,

You need to define each repository location as a maven module in a
pom-packaged parent project.

Once you've done this, you could add the pom to continuum and it will create
5 entries: 1 for each trunk and 1 for the parent.
You could easily setup continuum to enable recursive builds. This will
trigger the builds of the child modules when the parent module gets built.
But then you'll probably want to remove the continuum entries for the child

This is very easy, because it's the default maven behaviour..
Continuum adds by default the "non-recursive" flag to a project build,
because otherwise the child modules would be built twice.

You will get 4 artifacts (jars probably) representing each trunk (if they
are seperately compilable)..

Here's some information on enabling a recursive build:

Good luck

On 2/26/07, <> wrote:
> Hi,
> we have an older project that -unfortunately- spans multiple repository
> locations:
> scm:svn://
> scm:svn://
> scm:svn://
> scm:svn://
> The main build file build.xml resides in basis/trunk. Before the build can
> beding, all 4 trunks must be checked out to 4 different directories side
> by side: basis/, dev/, access/ and hwm/.
> How can I define a single Continuum project for this kind of setup?
> Thanks, in advance,
> Dirk.

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