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From Kanchana Welagedara <>
Subject Re: build question
Date Fri, 09 Mar 2007 05:14:09 GMT

I have tried building separate modules actually the same way what Don
has followed.Haven't you came a cross to build dependency modules(which
are complaining) while you are trying to build a particular module?After
building all the modules then figure out the target files resides on the
unzipped assembly and replace the files while server isn't running and
so on.
I agree with what Don has mentioned this is more likely a mvn
question.So there  should be a way of giving command line maven options
to build just a particular module in one shot.Hope some experts can
guide us for the sweet and shot.


On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 23:42 -0500, Lin Sun wrote:
> Good question and it would be great to see how others tackle this prob. 
>   I spent lots of time trying to figure out the best way too.:-)
> Here's one possible solution:
> 1) You go to the project you made change and run mvn from there.
> 2) Figure out where the target files reside on the unzipped assembly and 
> replace the files while the server isn't running.  Not sure if this 
> works for changes in car files, but seems to work fine for 
> geronimo-axis2*.jar.  For admin console change, I think you can just 
> undeploy the previous modules and deploy the updated modules while the 
> server is running.  (Tried this in v1.1 and worked fine.)
> HTH Lin
> Don Hill wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I know this is probably more of a maven question but after I do a mvn 
> > clean install and I am working on some classes in 
> > applications/console/geronimo-console-standard, what is the process that 
> > is followed to build just this module and then do a 'mvn install \ mvn 
> > -Ptools geronimo:start'
> > 
> > I just need a better way to perform build/test cycles.
> > 
> > Thanks.
> > Don

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