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teknokrat
Is it possible to checkout multiple cvs modules into the same project?
What about having multiple repository entries in project.xml


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Re: multiple cvs modules

Jason van Zyl
On Thu, 2005-05-26 at 12:42 +0100, teknokrat wrote:
> Is it possible to checkout multiple cvs modules into the same project?

No.

> What about having multiple repository entries in project.xml

No.

You are doing this in practice? I'd be curious to hear your use case.

Maven is based on the precept of one primary artifact per build, the
composite pattern and the general tenet that complex system are composed
of simple pieces. With that simple precept is it very easy to generate
reports and know where and how things work.

Trying to support multiple SCM entries or modules in a single POM would
lead to a great deal of unwanted complexity. If you require that sort of
thing I would say you some decomposition you could with that project.

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Re: multiple cvs modules

teknokrat
Jason van Zyl wrote:

> On Thu, 2005-05-26 at 12:42 +0100, teknokrat wrote:
>
>>Is it possible to checkout multiple cvs modules into the same project?
>
>
> No.
>
>
>>What about having multiple repository entries in project.xml
>
>
> No.
>
> You are doing this in practice? I'd be curious to hear your use case.
>
> Maven is based on the precept of one primary artifact per build, the
> composite pattern and the general tenet that complex system are composed
> of simple pieces. With that simple precept is it very easy to generate
> reports and know where and how things work.
>
> Trying to support multiple SCM entries or modules in a single POM would
> lead to a great deal of unwanted complexity. If you require that sort of
> thing I would say you some decomposition you could with that project.
>

Actually I am not doing anything yet and was just curious about possible
ways to set up maven. I think the multiproject goal is all I need.

thanks


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Jason van Zyl
On Thu, 2005-05-26 at 16:30 +0100, teknokrat wrote:

> Actually I am not doing anything yet and was just curious about possible
> ways to set up maven. I think the multiproject goal is all I need.

That's usually what we suggest: small simple projects and aggregate them
together to make your final solution.

> thanks
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