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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: openejb publishing restored (was Re: M2 Issues and Actions - svn:externals workaround)
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2006 22:36:31 GMT

On Jun 30, 2006, at 3:27 PM, Jason Dillon wrote:

>> It's very good, but it doesn't help with my desire to be able to  
>> build g + all the stuff that depends on g that goes into g in one  
>> step.  since this isn't possible right now entirely in m2 anyway  
>> due to the plugin issues I think I'll have to be satisfied with a  
>> script that runs m2 in several places.
> Thats gotta be one crazy script... commons-lang, log4j, openejb,  
> tranql, specs, commons-cli, commons-lang, commons-collections,  
> howl, derby, <way to many more to list>.

You aren't paying attention to what I said.  Only openejb uses g bits  
in it, the others can all be built with no g parts present.  So, if I  
change something in g, I know I didn't break anything except maybe  
openejb.  So, I want to be able to check really easily by having one  
build that includes everything that depends on g stuff and gets into  
our assembled server.

david jencks

> I don't think that it is feasible to even attempt a system that  
> will build everything in one swoop.
> Anyways, I know that is not what you meant.
> I think we can provide support for building a bunch of stuff at  
> once for peeps like you who want that, but I do not believe that  
> should be the default that everyone needs to use to get a  
> functional server.
> David, once m2 is functional I can help to make a build that will  
> get you want you want while keeping the default build relatively  
> simplified.
> --jason

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