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True Multi Module Support? [message #502129] Sun, 06 December 2009 10:16 Go to next message
Chad La Joie is currently offline Chad La JoieFriend
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I was wondering if IAM had good multi-module support.

Specifically my questions are:
- Is there multi-module support such that each module can be its own eclipse project and dependencies are properly handled?
- Is there support for things like dependency and plugin management within the parent POM?
Re: True Multi Module Support? [message #502572 is a reply to message #502129] Tue, 08 December 2009 20:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Igor Fedorenko is currently offline Igor FedorenkoFriend
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I can't tell anything about aim, but m2e does have proper support for multi-module projects, i.e. each module gets imported as separate workspace project, with appropriate classpath and build lifecycle mapping. Inter-module dependencies are resolved within workspace by default (we call this "workspace dependency resolution"), but can be turned off.

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Igor
Re: True Multi Module Support? [message #502615 is a reply to message #502572] Wed, 09 December 2009 07:48 Go to previous message
Chad La Joie is currently offline Chad La JoieFriend
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Yeah, sorry, the IAM was a cut-n-paste mistake. I posted the same question to both groups as I'm trying to determine which plugin is the best for our team to use.

Thanks for your reply.
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