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How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #35988] Sat, 18 October 2008 01:05 Go to next message
podensk is currently offline podensk
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I have a Maven multimodule project that I want to share in the Subversion
repository.

For example here is the project directory structure - in Eclipse each of
these projects show up as an Eclipse project thanks to m2eclipse which is
able to correctly represent them for Eclipse (even though they are nested):

the-parent
src
pom.xml
the-first-child
src
pom.xml
the-second-child
src
pom.xml

I need to be able to check this project into the repository such that this
nested structure is correctly maintained. So far every combination that I
try with Subversive to share this project does not retain the correct
structure in the repository.

When I use svn import from the command line, I am easily able to populate
this project correctly in the repository. My repository is an updated svn
1.5 repo. I have m2eclipse and the related Subversive integration from
Polarion installed.

I am trying to check in the above project in the repository under a folder
called sandbox such that project structure above is retained under

sandbox/the-parent/trunk/
src
pom.xml
the-first-child
src
pom.xml
the-second-child
src
pom.xml

I would appreciate some help in learning how to navigate the Subversive
User Interface in such a way that I can successfully end up with the
desired result.

TIA
Re: How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #36326 is a reply to message #35988] Tue, 28 October 2008 01:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
podensk is currently offline podensk
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Is there anyone here that can answer the question regarding sharing a
Maven multimodule project.

Is there movement towards releasing a 1.0 version of Subversive?

TIA
Re: How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #36359 is a reply to message #36326] Tue, 28 October 2008 04:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alexei Goncharov is currently offline Alexei Goncharov
Messages: 35
Registered: July 2009
Member
> Is there anyone here that can answer the question regarding sharing a
> Maven multimodule project.
Sorry, but did not have such an experience:(.

> Is there movement towards releasing a 1.0 version of Subversive?
All depends on foundation. We can't release until all the legal issues are
resolved.

Best regards, Alexei Goncharov.
(Subversive Team)
Re: How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #37337 is a reply to message #35988] Thu, 13 November 2008 03:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Igor Burilo is currently offline Igor Burilo
Messages: 435
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello podenski,

It's not very clear to me the problem, could you please describe it in more
depth in order to help you?
I suppose here two sources of problem:

1. You can't share your project in exact location on repository.
Here I suppose that you right clicked on "the-parent" folder and selected
Team/Share Project and then you can't specify needed for you location on
repository in "Specify the Project(s) location" page trying several Project
Repository Layouts.
For instance, you need to share project in "sandbox/the-parent/trunk" folder
but instead of it you got smth. like "sandbox/trunk", "sandbox/parent" etc.

2. Possibly you have problems related only to m2eclipse integration, i.e.
multi project layout.
If it's so could you please provide more details:
- how exactly you perform sharing
- as I am not very familiar with m2eclipse I'd appreciate if you
describe how exactly you created your multi project layout in Eclipse. This
could save me lots of time and I''ll have the exact project structure as you
have, which can more facilitate in resolving the problem.


>I have a Maven multimodule project that I want to share in the Subversion
>repository.
>
> For example here is the project directory structure - in Eclipse each of
> these projects show up as an Eclipse project thanks to m2eclipse which is
> able to correctly represent them for Eclipse (even though they are
> nested):
>
> the-parent
> src
> pom.xml
> the-first-child
> src
> pom.xml
> the-second-child
> src
> pom.xml
>
> I need to be able to check this project into the repository such that this
> nested structure is correctly maintained. So far every combination that I
> try with Subversive to share this project does not retain the correct
> structure in the repository.
>
> When I use svn import from the command line, I am easily able to populate
> this project correctly in the repository. My repository is an updated svn
> 1.5 repo. I have m2eclipse and the related Subversive integration from
> Polarion installed.
>
> I am trying to check in the above project in the repository under a folder
> called sandbox such that project structure above is retained under
>
> sandbox/the-parent/trunk/
> src
> pom.xml
> the-first-child
> src
> pom.xml
> the-second-child
> src
> pom.xml
>
> I would appreciate some help in learning how to navigate the Subversive
> User Interface in such a way that I can successfully end up with the
> desired result.
>
> TIA
>
>
>
Re: How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #42837 is a reply to message #37337] Mon, 02 March 2009 19:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
podensk is currently offline podensk
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Registered: July 2009
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I have logged a Bug for this problem

<https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=266753>

with a complete example describing the problem.
Re: How to correctly share a Maven multimodule project? [message #46156 is a reply to message #42837] Wed, 06 May 2009 22:52 Go to previous message
podensk is currently offline podensk
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Is there any possibility of getting this bug fixed in Subversive?

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=266753

In my organization we have lots of developers that are quite fond of using
Eclipse and they don't want to have to resort to command line Subversion
for importing a Maven multimodule project.

Subversive is a great tool for use with Subversion!

Thanks!
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