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From Aaron Mulder <ammul...@alumni.princeton.edu>
Subject Re: Building specs with Maven 2.x
Date Sat, 29 Oct 2005 15:00:19 GMT
Jason,

I guess this is really a Maven question, but...  If I read that page
right it says that what's now

geronimo/module-name/src/java
geronimo/module-name/src/test

Would need to change (for Maven 2) to

geronimo/module-name/src/main/java
geronimo/module-name/src/test/java

Is that correct?  Is that easy to override so the former layout works
for all the modules in one shot?

Thanks,
    Aaron

On 10/29/05, Jason van Zyl <jason@maven.org> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've got all the specs builds working with Maven 2.x except for the
> corba module for which I need to whip up a quick plug-in to deal with
> IDL.
>
> Are the specs built frequently because I see that you've changed the
> directory structure of the SVN repository and so many of your references
> like:
>
> ../../etc/project.xml
>
> Won't work anymore unless I'm not seeing something.
>
> If I can get the specs building with Maven 2.x and get the artifacts
> produced into the m1 repository, and get the spec builds running under
> Continuum can I flip the spec builds over to Maven 2.x standards and use
> it as the default build? I figure that the specs don't change that often
> and is a good place to start if folks are interesting in converting the
> build over to Maven 2.x.
>
> This basically boils down to adhering to this:
>
> http://maven.apache.org/guides/introduction/introduction-to-the-standard-directory-layout.html
>
> And getting a few tips about the corba module (Alan :-)). Everything
> else appears to be working.
>
> --
> jvz.
>
> Jason van Zyl
> jason at maven.org
> http://maven.apache.org
>
> you are never dedicated to something you have complete confidence in.
> No one is fanatically shouting that the sun is going to rise tomorrow.
> They know it is going to rise tomorrow. When people are fanatically
> dedicated to political or religious faiths or any other kind of
> dogmas or goals, it's always because these dogmas or
> goals are in doubt.
>
>   -- Robert Pirzig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
>
>

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