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From deckrider <>
Subject Re: scm in pom?
Date Thu, 25 Oct 2007 22:19:06 GMT
On 10/25/07, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
> On 10/25/07, deckrider <> wrote:
> > It appears that I have to put scm information into my pom.xml in order
> > to use a Maven 2 project in Continuum.  Is this true?
> Yes.  That's how Continuum knows how to find the source code to check it out.

Thanks for responding.

> I can't imagine why you would add code from a tag to Continuum...

Only Continuum uses "<scm><connection></connection></scm>" within
pom.xml?  Thus if its no longer valid, everything else would still
work in the case that we needed to rebuild some artifacts from their
original tags?

> but
> yes, you'll need to update the code on trunk and branches with the
> correct scm url.

This somehow feels non-modular to me that all my projects that I put
in my SCM should know about the SCM in which they exist (and their
location within that SCM), but perhaps there is some clue that I'm

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