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From Ronald Pieterse <rpiete...@tripolis.com>
Subject Re: list of symbolic links to your actual CVS modules
Date Fri, 23 Feb 2007 11:52:15 GMT
Yes, I do. The parent is only a pom, describing which modules actually 
need to be built and in which order.

Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
> By default, continuum doesn't use maven  in reactor mode to build 
> project, so it doens't use modules.
> Do you need to build all modules when you build your parent?
>
> Ronald Pieterse a écrit :
>> We use subversion and we have structured the modules as separate 
>> projects. This was, according to our development environment manager 
>> :-), necessary for good working with eclipse.
>> However when I create the parent project in continuum the submodules 
>> are also created (as they should) but the module names are changed 
>> into numbers. So the reference in the parent pom does not correspond 
>> anymore and the modules can not be found.
>>
>> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>> How are they organized in your CVS?
>>>
>>> Ronald Pieterse a écrit :
>>>> Hello.
>>>>
>>>> I have a problem building my Maven 2 submodules in Continuum. My 
>>>> parent module is at the same level as my submodules (for easy IDE 
>>>> support reasons) and building locally goes fine. But when I try to 
>>>> build on the build server the module folder names are changed into 
>>>> numbers so the module references in the parent pom don't match any 
>>>> more.
>>>> I read something in the faq about this but I don't understand how 
>>>> to do this:
>>>>
>>>> 'Keep the structure and create a new module that contains a parent 
>>>> POM and a list of symbolic links to your actual CVS modules'
>>>>
>>>> I alreadyhave a parent module which holds the references to the 
>>>> submodules like so:
>>>>
>>>>    <modules>
>>>>        <module>../common</module>
>>>>        <module>../persistence</module>
>>>>        <module>../business</module>
>>>>        <module>../web</module>
>>>>        <module>../bounce</module>
>>>>        <module>../webcommon</module>
>>>>        <module>../publicweb</module>
>>>>        <module>../partnerweb</module>
>>>>        <module>../shared</module>
>>>>        <module>../client</module>
>>>>    </modules>
>>>>
>>>> How would I create a 'list of symbolic links '?
>>>>
>>>> Ronald
>>>>
>>>>
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