Hello everyone,

We just started using git, and have an issue with our continuous
integration builds.  We use CruiseControl, and have one git repository
that consists of many applications that are individually built.  Right
now, when any change is made to a branch all applications that are
building in CruiseControl are built and the modification list contains
all changes for the branch.  The behavior that we are used to is if a
change is made in an application, CruiseControl will only build that
application (not all apps from that branch) and report only the
modifications to that app (not all changes on the branch).  Is it
possible to do this with git?

Our repo essentially looks like:

So we have a number of applications that make up our repository, but
they are not all at the same directory level.  And our CruiseControl
will build app1, app2, app3, app4, and so on.  We treat each app as
its own project and would like to map that into CruiseControl so that
a change in app2 will only build app2 and not show modifications that
were made in app4.

Thanks for taking the time to read this and for any help you may be
able to provide,

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