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From "Brett Porter" <brett.por...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: adding new module in a Multi Module project build
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2008 00:14:43 GMT
It sounds like a bug that Continuum is not adapting the order due to
the dependencies as it goes.

I know we are looking at ways to more smartly handle modules in the future.

- Brett

2008/10/6 Luc Willems <luc.will@gmail.com>:
> Hello all
>
> i have some issues using a multi module project :
>
> we have a project like :
>  project
>    + module A
>    + module B
>    + module C
>    + module D
>
> module D needs a,b & c . project is imported so that we have 5 build
> projects (project +A,B,C,D)
>
> when this project is imported and initial build is started , a correct Queue
> order is respected so
> that first the project is build , than A,B,C and than D. so far so good
>
> no we introduced a new module Z , which is used by ALL sub modules (A,B,C,D)
>
> first problem : module Z is never imported into the contiuum build. there is
> also no option to "Update" the
> project so that the new Z module is imported in the project list
>
> Second problem : add module Z manually to project. now when i build the
> project , Z isn't build after
> the project pom (like it would be done in a cli maven environment) but based
> on "ascii" order , in this case
> last.
>
> because of dependencies , A,B,C,D will fail .
>
> alternative : delete all build definitions and re-import project pom.xml so
> Z is integrated and build in correct order. by deleting the build
> confirations , we also lose "old" build information (test results ...)
>
> Is there a better whay to handle this. I know i can import a multi module
> project as 1 build but this
> eliminates the options to "smartly" only build what has changed.
>
>
>
> --
> Willems Luc
> Email : Luc Willems <luc.will(at)gmail.com>
>
> We the unwilling,
> led by the unknowing,
> are doing the impossible
> for the ungrateful.
> We have done so much for so long with so little
> We are now qualified to do anything with nothing
>
> see http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2003/07/16/soto2003.html?page=1
>



-- 
Brett Porter
Blog: http://blogs.exist.com/bporter/

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