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From DCVer <kemo...@o2.pl>
Subject Multi-level project directories hierarchy
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2007 15:02:07 GMT

Hi all

I am thinking about such a problem:

I add a multi-level project to Continuum by choosing path to main (root)
project pom.xml file on the svn. Continuum automatically adds all
subprojects of the main project.

I would like to build any of the subproject individually, but Continuum
destroys the hierarchy of the projects and the parent project is no longer
parent for any of the subproject. This cause such an annoying problem:

Few of the subprojects point on the file (build.properties), which is global
to the whole project and is stored in one of the parent project's
directories. But in Continuum all projects are in separate directories named
with numbers. This heads to the error:

Error loading property file
'/opt/xxx/continuum-working-directory/74/../src/filters/build.properties'

I changed the arguments of the root project (deleted --non-recursive) and
then it's quite fine, but I would like to build single subproject without
compiling the whole, global project. Imagine that the global project is
compiling let's say 10 minutes and you only want to check if you small
package is done wright (which compiles in few seconds)

Thanks in advance for any help.
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