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From anita kulshreshtha <>
Subject Re: M2 migration status
Date Thu, 09 Mar 2006 16:39:23 GMT

--- Joe Bohn <> wrote:

> Prasad Kashyap wrote:
> > Here's my next concern. For these modules that
> have migrated to m2, we
> > should include them in the daily G builds as soon
> as possible. If we
> > don't pull out the m1 build artifacts, project.xml
> and maven.xml from
> > the migrated modules, then there's a chance that
> those may get changed
> > behind our backs while we go forward converting
> more. There might be a
> > regression of issues.
    I am in favor of running parallel builds until all
the modules can be built even by skipping the tests.
Then we need to go through the dependencies and change
their scopes (compile/test/runtime) and see how m2
handles it. I do not think maven.xmls are being
modified , please correct me if I am wrong. People
modifying project.xml chould make a note in the jira
that the dependency list has been modified. Though if
we do the scope thing right, we should end up with the
same list... Well that is my impression...

> I have the same concern and voiced it (from the
> other direction) in my 
> post on little-G.
> We also need to ensure that when we clearly
> communicate what version(s) 
> of maven are required to build Geronimo, the updated
> build process, and 
> be aware of the waiting changes that may be impacted
> before we actually 
> start yanking things.
> To accomplish that last goal we need some way to
> communicate changes 
> that are waiting or in-progress which may affect or
> be affected by the 
> M2 conversion.  Then we can work together more
> closely to ensure that 
> nothing is lost during the conversion.  I will add
> comments to the M2 
> migration status list with a reference to the
> little-G JIRA for items 
> where I am aware of overlap.  Can others please do
> the same for items 
> they are involved in?
> Thanks,
> Joe
> -- 
> Joe Bohn
> joe.bohn at
> "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep, to
> gain what he cannot 
> lose."   -- Jim Elliot

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