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From "murali mohan" <>
Subject Re: Compile all from trunk
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2008 11:13:07 GMT
My take :

I think this is more  of a maven problem rather than Continuum. Continuum
just executes the maven goal (along with arguments specified) specified in
the build definition. So if you want to use a different version of a
dependency, you have to use the corresponding maven command and arguments
which will help you override the version of the dependency - I am not sure
if maven has such a provision to override versions set in POM.


On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 12:00 PM, chuchi <> wrote:

> Hi all,
>    we are thinking about installing Continuum, but we don't know if it
> can do what we need. We have read the tutorials but they are not clear
> about this point:
> When you use maven in your projects, does Continuum compile every
> project with trunk version of each library project, or only with the POM
> version? I mean:
> Library A: Version 2 final, Version 3-SNAPSHOT in trunk
> App B: Using library A-1 in POM
> App C: Using library A-2 in POM
> App D: Using library A-3-SNAPSHOT in POM
> In order to be sure about backward compatibility, we want to compile all
> applications with the trunk version of the library (Version 3-SNAPSHOT,
> in example) instead of the pom specification.
> Regards,
>     Chuchi

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