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From lukewpatterson <lukewpatter...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: unit testing archetypes
Date Sat, 13 Feb 2010 01:20:29 GMT

Sounds like there are two separate problems:

Problem 1:

Stephen Connolly-2 wrote:
> 
> however, when you create from an archetype in a directory which
> conatins a pom, the created module gets added as a new child module,
> so that the build will build the parent and the newly created child
> 

I think this should do it, it would involve separating your it projects into
with-pom and without-pom subdirectories.  Not super-elegant but it works.

for the generate goal
<pomIncludes>
  <pomInclude>with-pom/*/pom.xml</pomInclude>
  <pomInclude>without-pom/*</pomInclude>
</pomIncludes>

for the verify goal
<pomIncludes>
 <pomInclude>with-pom/*/pom.xml</pomInclude>
 <pomInclude>without-pom/pom.xml</pomInclude>
</pomIncludes>

So you would have src/it/projects/with-pom and src/it/projects/without-pom
directories

Problem 2:

Max Spring wrote:
> 
> We have a parent POM design where the multi-module POM in the parent 
> directory != parent POM.
> 

This is a capability/configurability problem with the archetype plugin, not
with the testing methods, right?

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