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From DCVer <kemo...@o2.pl>
Subject Re: Multi-level project directories hierarchy
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2007 12:12:21 GMT

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DCVer wrote:
> 
> 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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