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From Emmanuel Venisse <>
Subject Re: How to compile a project in svn?
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 13:42:31 GMT
To run "mvn site..." you should modify the build definition.
The best way to view generated pages is to deploy them to an http server with the site-deploy
goal that use the distributionManagement in your POM


ichasco a écrit :
> Ok, it´s works!! I always used the option upload pom.xml and I didn´t take
> care that it would works with the url option. 
> I have just had a new question, if for example i want to do: mvn site... how
> can i do to copy the files that this action makes into ther repository
> https://.../svn/projectA/site (for example)? Is it possible? I believe that
> i have read in the forum that these files can only be stored in the build
> output directory but i don´t know if it is true or it happened with older
> versions.
> Thank you very much
> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>> ok, so you go to the "Add Maven 2.O.X" page, add the url to your pom
>> "https://......../svn/projectA/pom.xml" and submit.
>> The project is now added with a default build definition ("clean install"
>> goals) that you'll can modify.
>> Emmanuel
>> ichasco a écrit :
>>> Sorry,
>>> It is a maven 2 project which is in a repository in subversion. 
>>> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>>> Is it a maven 1 or 2 project, ant project or a shell project?
>>>> ichasco a écrit :
>>>>> Hi all!
>>>>> I´m new with Continuum and I don´t have things very clear yet. I have
>>>>> project created in subversion in the url https://......../svn/projectA/
>>>>> .
>>>>> My
>>>>> question is: how can I compile it with continuum ?
>>>>> Thank you very much

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