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Subject Re: Continuum Dependency Management
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2007 12:35:13 GMT
iirc continuum doesn't manage dependencies as in: "one project requires 
another project to be built first". continuum reacts to changes in a 
projects source, tries to build the project that has been changed and only 
tells you whether or not the projects build system managed to build the 
project. in your case if project a is required by project b it is up to 
you to make sure they are built in correct order.

a suggestion at this point.:
if you are using maven2 as your projects build system, merge the two 
projects if possible and create modules for them instead of seperate 
projects. this way you can setup the main project with its subprojects 
(modules) a and b. you can setup the main project in continuum to be built 
recursively and the maven2 reactor will take care of the required build 
order of the modules (formerly project a and b).


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"Morgovsky, Alexander (US - Glen Mills)" <>
21.04.2007 07:04
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In Continuum 1.0.3, how is dependency management handled, in that if
project A needs to be built before project B, how does Continuum handle
this?  Thanks. 

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