continuum jira

2005-08-04 Thread Brett Porter
please note I've renamed the releases so 1.0-alpha-4 comes next, and 1.0-beta-1 after that. When closing issues, please close them for alpha-4 (despite what the pom says). Good justification for using 1.0-SNAPSHOT in the POM and labelling a release at release time, I think :) - Brett

Re: Continuum White Site

2005-08-07 Thread Brett Porter
Ok, I'd consider this done now I think. The only things I think might be missing: - deleting a build - stopping a build - RSS I'm sure I've missed something else... especially in the configuration and permissions stuff, but this is a start. - Brett Brett Porter wrote: Hi, I have put this up

Re: [continuum build - FAILED - update] Fri Aug 12 04:00:00 GMT 2005

2005-08-11 Thread Brett Porter
Sorry about this - m2 wasn't actually running the tests locally so I thought it was all good :) - Brett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Log: http://maven.zones.apache.org/~continuum/logs/continuum-build-log-20050812.04.txt

JSR 187 instant messaging

2005-08-13 Thread Brett Porter
Just noticed this - might be of some worth to take a look at: http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=187 - Brett

Re: continuum flux

2005-08-17 Thread Brett Porter
Ok, I'm done. It seems to be working ok at the integration test level. There are quite a few things left to clean up in the web end (eg, velocity templates referring to old vars). I'll give that a once over tomorrow after some m2 and planning - Brett Brett Porter wrote: Hi, I've start moving

Re: Continuum: where to now

2005-08-17 Thread Brett Porter
Thanks for the offer David. We've got a bit of an investment in the current framework, but we are actively discussing options, and are definitely interested in looking into making it work more ike a portal. I think we'd defer until after Continuum 1.0 to make this sort of change if at all, but

jira updated

2005-08-21 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've done an update of JIRA. All remaining tasks to sync up to the white site should now be in there. Let's push on to release alpha-4 :) - Brett

Re: [continuum build - FAILED - update] Fri Sep 2 17:00:00 GMT 2005

2005-09-03 Thread Brett Porter
Actually, funnily enough - I fixed something. It should always have failed. I've added the necessary code to the plexus plugin for it to operate correctly inside the reactor. We still need a better way to do this - I think it is in JIRA, but if not I'll file it. Hopefully next run will succeed.

priorities for beta-1

2005-09-13 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, These are all in JIRA. I've been talking to people setting up an instance for ActiveMQ and related projects, and I'm thinking these are the top development priorities for now: 1) Blame mechanism 2) Inclusion of junit test results 3) Security 4) browse working copy Thoughts? Also, I think

Re: [vote] Release 1.0-alpha-4

2005-09-15 Thread Brett Porter
Brett Porter wrote: [X] +1 release it [ ] -1 don't release it: fix _ first

[Fwd: commit messages]

2005-10-05 Thread Brett Porter
fyi ---BeginMessage--- Subversion commit messages are sent to different lists according to the following mapping # Maven [/maven] for_paths = maven/ to_addr = commits at maven.apache.org suppress_if_match = yes [/maven/continuum] for_paths = maven/continuum/ to_addr = continuum-commits at

Re: [vote] Release Continuum 1.0.1

2005-11-12 Thread Brett Porter
+1 Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Hi, Please vote on releasing continuum 1.0.1 From me, +1 Emmanuel

design discussions

2005-11-20 Thread Brett Porter
I've noticed John has posted a number of documents here: http://docs.codehaus.org/display/CONTINUUM/Continuum+1.1+Design+Discussions I've provided some feedback - it'd be great if anyone else could take a look. Before the feature breakdown happens. Cheers, Brett

Re: svn commit: r344392 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-store/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/store/JdoContinuumStore.java

2005-11-20 Thread Brett Porter
Is this stil lrequired after the other fix? If so, can we be more specific about the caught exception? [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: evenisse Date: Tue Nov 15 08:48:36 2005 New Revision: 344392 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=344392view=rev Log: Retry the update if derby generate a

interface thought

2005-11-29 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, Thought I'd throw this out for discussion before considering forming it in JIRA for, say, 1.2. I was thinking about the process of adding a parent pom and having all the modules added, and wondered what should happen when a new module is added, or a module is removed from the parent. Here,

Re: Design - Replacing Continuum's Web Framework

2005-12-01 Thread Brett Porter
Carlos Sanchez wrote: Acegi is based in servlet filters for the protection of urls, so the web framework used won't impact its use. That's great. Does it still require spring to be configured though? We already have a massive download - I'd really like to reduce our dependency set. I was in a

Re: [vote] Release Continuum 1.0.2

2005-12-04 Thread Brett Porter
+1 John Casey wrote: Hi, I'd like to discuss releasing the next version of Continuum: 1.0.2. In the past few weeks, several critical problems have been resolved, including various performance and usability improvements. In addition, other bugs have been resolved to enhance support for the

Re: [Proposal] Continuum refactoring

2005-12-14 Thread Brett Porter
+1 I'm all for splitting up into action components, but retaining a Continuum interface as a single entry point to those - Brett John Casey wrote: I think we have to be careful when splitting up a public api like this. It's possible Continuum may need to be embedded someday, and if so, it

Re: Continuum v1.0.2 on WinXP - The process terminated unexpectedly

2006-01-10 Thread Brett Porter
There's a couple of layers between continuum and the service here. 1) the windows service mechanism and 2) the java service wrapper code. One place to look would be the Windows event log, the other would be the continuum stdout log if it got that far. - Brett Graham Leggett wrote: Hi all,

Re: Security in Continuum

2006-01-12 Thread Brett Porter
Seraph also wraps around osuser, I believe. I think that standalone should be a secondary concern (a nice to have). I think as long as it can be backed by the same permissions data, the web part is the hard part we don't want to have to reproduce and maintain. I'd go with further investigation

Re: design discussions

2006-01-12 Thread Brett Porter
any features to be able to release more promptly and spend more time testing :) I'm thinking Maven 2.1 and Continuum 1.1 might be less ambitious than originally, and more about addressing the big issue in usability or lacking issues, and of course architectural stabilisation. WDYT? - Brett Brett

Re: problem building continuum

2006-01-28 Thread Brett Porter
... and we certainly encourage folks wanting to do that. Even more so if they want to contribute changes back :) Email customisation would be a useful feature to have. I think the main thing we try to discourage is people just wanting to check out the latest features building from sources -

Fwd: [ANN] Apache JDO 2.0 beta released

2006-01-31 Thread Brett Porter
we should switch to this - not sure if its in the repo yet. - Brett -- Forwarded message -- From: Craig L Russell [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Feb 1, 2006 5:47 AM Subject: [ANN] Apache JDO 2.0 beta released To: general@db.apache.org Cc: JDO Expert Group [EMAIL PROTECTED], Apache JDO

new feature trunk merge handling

2006-03-14 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I implemented CONTINUUM-609 so that, if configured, the built artifact (roughly) is deployed to a special repository served by Continuum. It only supports Maven 2 builds and only deploys ${project.build.directory}/${project.final.name}.ext if it exists, so is a bit limited right now. The

Re: [vote] Release Continuum 1.0.3

2006-03-16 Thread Brett Porter
I've been testing and its looking great, but can we hold off voting until the final RC is ready? I'd like to follow the lead taken with the Maven core which has resulted in us delaying the release due to bugs that otherwise would have got by unnoticed. - Brett Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Hi, I

Re: svn commit: r389193 - /maven/continuum/branches/continuum-1.0.x/continuum-rpc-client/pom.xml

2006-03-27 Thread Brett Porter
Yep, caught your rollback. Thanks for that. Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Brett, we can't use compile class because we don't want jdo stuff in enhanced classes. Emmanuel [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit : Author: brett Date: Mon Mar 27 08:27:17 2006 New Revision: 389193 URL:

Re: How to copy the complete build to shared filesystem

2006-03-31 Thread Brett Porter
Not at present, but its a good idea. Please make a feature request for listeners. However, if you want both success and failure moved to the shared filesystem - maybe you should just set the working directory to the shared filesystem? - Brett Gautham Pamu wrote: Hi Everyone, I am fairly new

memory leak investigations

2006-04-13 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've done some investigation. I was able to run the server where it was just checking for non-existant updates for some time, and it had no net result on memory usage (it constantly goes up, gc's back to the same level, etc). When I ran a build all on cheddar (with no checkouts), net

Re: memory leak investigations

2006-04-13 Thread Brett Porter
, they are stored under ~bporter on ci.codehaus.org if you have access: Launcher-2006-04-12.memory.gz Launcher-2006-04-12-2.memory.gz They're about 20mb each. - Brett Brett Porter wrote: Hi, I've done some investigation. I was able to run the server where it was just checking for non-existant updates

trunk merge

2006-05-19 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I was wondering when the trunk merge was going to happen. I'm interested in playing around on trunk, but just wanted to know what state it is in. Cheers, Brett -- Apache Maven - http://maven.apache.org/ Better Builds with Maven - http://library.mergere.com/

branch CI turned off

2006-05-29 Thread Brett Porter
I've turned off the CI build for continuum-1.0.x, since the development focus will all be on trunk now. I'm not sure if we should svn rm the branch to save confusion, or move it, or just leave it there. Any thoughts? - Brett -- Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] Apache Maven - http

Re: branch CI turned off

2006-05-29 Thread Brett Porter
theoretically it shouldn't have changed since the last tag :) Trygve Laugstøl wrote: Brett Porter wrote: Yep, I agree with you both. Perhaps removing it after the 1.1 release is the most appropriate. +1, and include the last known rev in the README.txt :) -- Trygve -- Brett Porter

Re: [continuum build trunk - FAILED - update] Mon May 29 22:00:00 GMT 2006

2006-05-29 Thread Brett Porter
All the integration tests are failing. Is this simply because they rely on the old webapp? What needs to happen to get this working again? - Brett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Log: http://maven.zones.apache.org/~continuum/logs/trunk/continuum-build-log-20060529.22.txt -- Brett Porter

Re: trunk merge

2006-05-31 Thread Brett Porter
Where are we at here? Emmanuel Venisse wrote: I have some plexus changes to apply because continuum trunk use some snapshot that must be updated. I'll start to apply the new css to trunk too. Emmanuel Brett Porter a écrit : What is required on the codehaus server? Were there plexus changes

Re: Continuum 1.1 roadmap

2006-07-03 Thread Brett Porter
On 3/07/2006 7:17 PM, Jason van Zyl wrote: So you're suggesting we not doing any official alpha/beta releases? Right. - Brett -- Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] Apache Maven - http://maven.apache.org/ Better Builds with Maven - http://library.mergere.com/

Re: svn commit: r420933 - in /maven/continuum/branches/continuum-acegi/continuum-webapp/src/main/resources: commons-logging.properties log4j.properties

2006-07-11 Thread Brett Porter
*the onlooking crowd gasps* Trygve pulled out the veto! :) Regardless, I agree. I'm pretty sure Continuum already has a log4j configuration in it's application.xml that can include both these configurations. On 12/07/2006 5:04 AM, Trygve Laugstøl wrote: Trygve Laugstøl wrote: [EMAIL

Re: Continuum 1.1 roadmap

2006-07-18 Thread Brett Porter
I had a look at this, and added high next to the ones that I thought were high, and realised it was all but two. So I took the column out and moved those two to a 1.2 roadmap. Maybe we can break that down into 1.2, 2.0, etc. as we go and just keep this page as the this is what we're doing and

using standard maven site template

2006-08-02 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've created a skin (maven-application-skin), which is the maven-theme.css and images needed to do the Continuum lf with the normal Maven page layout (ie, css layout, not tables like in Continuum right now). Thought this might be worth updating in the Continuum decorator (the decorator

Re: svn commit: r430090 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/pom.xml

2006-08-10 Thread Brett Porter
On 11/08/2006 7:52 AM, Jesse McConnell wrote: one possible difference I have noticed is that the jdo store is not loading up until it is first accessed, which is a different behavior then before, which make senses if its load-on-start... Right. It also means that no builds will occur until

Re: migrate m1 to m2

2006-08-13 Thread Brett Porter
maven-model-converter is being discussed on dev@ and it already has some of this I think. - Brett On 14/08/2006 3:07 AM, Erik Bengtson wrote: Hi, In JPOX we have many projects built by maven, I've created a XQ to transform project to pom, but dont have one tool to transform properties to

Re: svn commit: r431246 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/

2006-08-13 Thread Brett Porter
Wouldn't it be better to fix the tests/execution to create this in a more normal place, like target/plexus.home as it used to be? - Brett On 14/08/2006 7:29 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: carlos Date: Sun Aug 13 14:29:07 2006 New Revision: 431246 URL:

Re: svn commit: r431246 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/

2006-08-13 Thread Brett Porter
kind of against the principles of Continuum to sweep things under the carpet :) Do you want to create a jira for it? - Brett On 14/08/2006 7:49 AM, Carlos Sanchez wrote: that be great, but in the meantime this is very handy On 8/13/06, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wouldn't

Re: continuum-webapp issues [was: Re: svn commit: r431764 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/src/main/webapp/summary.jsp]

2006-08-16 Thread Brett Porter
a jira to put back the right url composition, your changes won't work in some cases (we just moved all url composition to use c:url) On 8/15/06, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are two versions of c: - core, and core_rt. If you are including a TLD in the webapp, make sure you have

Re: JSTL vs WebWork taglibs [Was: svn commit: r431764 - /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/src/main/webapp/summary.jsp]

2006-08-16 Thread Brett Porter
there's an equivalent in jstl? why not stick to the standard? I'd use jstl by default and ww tags when there's no jstl equivalent. On 8/15/06, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since it's an action URL, I strong suggest using ww:url instead. - Brett On 16/08/2006 12:04 PM, Carlos Sanchez wrote

NPE running trunk

2006-08-22 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've tried to run Continuum from trunk (just the normal svn up, mvn clean install, cd continuum-webapp, mvn jetty:run), but I get this: :WARN: / java.lang.NullPointerException at org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.DefaultServlet.passConditionalHeaders (DefaultServlet.java:485)

Re: Release Management for Maven/Continuum

2006-08-23 Thread Brett Porter
The summary page shows only a few of the release parameters. So the Edit link is there to direct the user to the more detailed release configuration page. But since we'll be releasing projects one at a time, I guess I can incorporate what you mean into the new white-site. Just to be

Re: MRELEASE-130 Progress

2006-08-25 Thread Brett Porter
+1, that was me being lazy when I wrote the plugin. - Brett On 26/08/2006, at 12:02 PM, Jeremy Whitlock wrote: Hi All, I started working on this today and I have run into a few things that I would like you to be aware of just in case you have a better way of handling the situation.

Re: Release Management for Maven/Continuum

2006-08-26 Thread Brett Porter
With Archiva and Continuum both being webapps now, its should be straightforward to deploy them both to your favourite container, and as long as they are configured to utilise the same repository you'll get what you need. - Brett On 25/08/2006, at 5:46 PM, Tomasz Pik wrote: I'm jumping

Re: Release Management for Maven/Continuum

2006-08-26 Thread Brett Porter
disclosure or use is prohibited. If you received this email in error, please notify the sender and delete this email from your system. Thank you. Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] 08/24/2006 09:41 PM Please respond to continuum-dev@maven.apache.org To continuum-dev@maven.apache.org cc Subject Re

Created branch: release-integration

2006-08-27 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've copied trunk at r437501 to: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/continuum/branches/release- integration Jeremy and Edwin have access as well as the rest of the Continuum committers so that they can work on the release proposal that is being bounced around on the list.

Re: continuum project release white site

2006-08-29 Thread Brett Porter
looks about right. The only thing I'm thinking is that the view output step is not required for all of the steps - just the mvn builds and SCM operations. Or perhaps it can just be one large output that is a link at the bottom? Cheers, Brett On 29/08/2006, at 2:07 PM, Edwin Punzalan wrote:

Re: development standards

2006-08-29 Thread Brett Porter
Hi Brill, That's great to hear! Some things to be aware of with Continuum: 1) A lot of JIRA stuff may now be redundant as trunk (1.1) is based on webwork, where 1.0.3 was based on plexus-summit. 2) There is a security overhaul going on as you'll see on this list. So if you are tackling

Re: svn commit: r437073 - in /maven/continuum/trunk: continuum-api/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/execution/ continuum-core/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/core/action/ continuum-co

2006-08-30 Thread Brett Porter
Should this have a Submitted By: line? Wondering who you are thanking :) On 26/08/2006, at 2:29 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: jmcconnell Date: Fri Aug 25 21:29:06 2006 New Revision: 437073 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=437073view=rev Log: applied CONTINUUN-819 and CONTINUUM-309

Re: [1.0.3] NoSuchMethodError: org.codehaus.plexus.util.cli.Commandline.setPid during build

2006-08-30 Thread Brett Porter
Seems like you are picking up an old version of plexus-utils somewhere. - Brett On 31/08/2006, at 9:40 AM, Barrie Treloar wrote: I am on a Windows XP machine and running build.bat. Has anyone else seen this error before? 2006-08-31 08:55:49,497 [Thread-2] ERROR Action:execute-builder - Error

Re: build timeouts

2006-09-03 Thread Brett Porter
On 03/09/2006, at 12:08 AM, Kenney Westerhof wrote: For now I'll just add a field to the Schedule, stating max execution time of a build. +1, with the default being rather large (but not infinite). Sounds like we've got some work to do on the scheduling in the next release :) --

Re: Continuum build for official release [CONTINUUM-727]

2006-09-17 Thread Brett Porter
So, as I understand it - Jeremy and Edwin can continue to work on the branch and we can merge again as there are more changes? - Brett On 18/09/2006, at 11:13 AM, Carlos Sanchez wrote: I've merged the changes in https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/continuum/branches/release- integration

Re: distributed continuum

2006-09-25 Thread Brett Porter
On 26/09/2006, at 11:05 AM, David Blevins wrote: Do you guys think it's unreasonable to try and put up an install of Continuum trunk to run a few projects? Is trunk basically functional at this point? +1 to doing this on the zone. - Brett

Re: svn commit: r449533 [1/3] - in /maven/continuum/trunk: ./ continuum-api/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/ continuum-api/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/project/builder/ continuum-

2006-09-26 Thread Brett Porter
I've taken a peek through this to sanity check - there are some things that look like they've been removed that shouldn't have been, but I could be wrong and it could have been intentional. Can you confirm? On 25/09/2006, at 10:40 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Added:

Re: security policies was: rbac-integration continuum branch

2006-09-27 Thread Brett Porter
Forking a separate thread here. On 28/09/2006, at 12:04 PM, Jesse McConnell wrote: on a related note and the heels of the last emailsome things to ponder There are a few policy decisions that I wanted to bring up for some feedback... 1) when a project group is added, should the

Re: rbac-integration continuum branch

2006-09-28 Thread Brett Porter
+1 from me too. I've inspected the original Continuum security, the proposed continuum-acegi branch and the rbac-integration one. This is definitely the easiest to understand and work with, and gives us the best of both worlds - a strong user model and RBAC authorization framework that

Re: testing continuum-release

2006-10-20 Thread Brett Porter
Thanks! Would you mind filing this in JIRA? On 20/10/2006, at 11:15 PM, Philippe Faes wrote: Joakim, I believe I've found the reason why the tests for continuum-release are not predictable. The two tests are executed in random order (junit does this), but they change the contents of

Re: svn commit: r472550 - in /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp: pom.xml src/main/resources/META-INF/plexus/application.xml

2006-11-08 Thread Brett Porter
On 09/11/2006, at 4:17 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: +!-- dependency groupIdorg.apache.derby/groupId artifactIdderby/artifactId /dependency +-- +dependency + groupIdpostgresql/groupId + artifactIdpostgresql/artifactId +

Re: build scheduling issues

2006-11-09 Thread Brett Porter
between this and what used to exist before my group changes is that it will attempt to order inside the group and build as opposed to before where it would just failover to building all projects in whatever order came from the db. is that where we are with this? jesse On 11/8/06, Brett Porter

continuum-webapp models

2006-11-30 Thread Brett Porter
I see a couple of models in continuum-webapp, which seem to be partially used. Does anyone know if session-models is used any more? What about view-models - only the summary parts still seem valid? - Brett

Changes to configuration

2006-11-30 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, I've started to redevelop the white site, starting with some configuration changes I'm making today: http://people.apache.org/~brett/continuum-white-site/admin/ appearance.html Thoughts? - Brett

Re: short term branch for project/group keys

2006-12-21 Thread Brett Porter
Sounds good, as long as the store remains independent of them. I don't want to get into the situation like in JIRA where you can't rename a string key. Before starting to hack on this, perhaps you could list out all the keys you think are needed, and some examples? I'm interested in how

Re: short term branch for project/group keys

2006-12-22 Thread Brett Porter
On 23/12/2006, at 12:24 AM, Jesse McConnell wrote: the project.id and projectGroup.id will basically disappear from continuum, reserved strictly for the underlying store. The store can do whatever it wants with them. Ok, so a project(Group)? will have: id : int key : String name : String

selenium tests

2006-12-26 Thread Brett Porter
Hi, A few observations on these. Does anyone else have outstanding todos in this area? Would like to gatehr them up and get them resolved to make them useful. 1) these need to be run regularly to be really useful. They aren't part of the main build ( a good idea, since it requires a UI

Re: selenium tests

2006-12-26 Thread Brett Porter
On 27/12/2006, at 2:08 PM, Brett Porter wrote: Hi, A few observations on these. Does anyone else have outstanding todos in this area? Would like to gatehr them up and get them resolved to make them useful. 1) these need to be run regularly to be really useful. They aren't part

Re: selenium tests

2006-12-26 Thread Brett Porter
see below On 27/12/2006, at 3:09 PM, Brett Porter wrote: On 27/12/2006, at 2:08 PM, Brett Porter wrote: Hi, A few observations on these. Does anyone else have outstanding todos in this area? Would like to gatehr them up and get them resolved to make them useful. 1) these need

Re: short term branch for project/group keys

2006-12-28 Thread Brett Porter
Yes, it's fetch groups. The store (pre-groups) took all this into account, however the lack of central management for some of it caused it to be pretty error prone. Those problems were related to Continuum's design, not anything to do with the use of JPOX (and something that'd be

Re: selenium tests

2006-12-29 Thread Brett Porter
agree perhaps another temp location is a better candidate for setting up container installation - may be 'target' directory under top level root? Rahul - Original Message - From: Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: continuum-dev@maven.apache.org Sent: Friday, December 29, 2006 6:56 PM

Re: CONTINUUM-798: module discovery

2007-01-02 Thread Brett Porter
Great - can the patch be used as a starting point? On 03/01/2007, at 2:27 AM, Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Brett Porter a écrit : Hi Jesse, I see you took this one a couple of months ago. It looks like a good feature - is the patch a good enough start to use for now? It was submitted by John

Re: CONTINUUM-798: module discovery

2007-01-03 Thread Brett Porter
../mymodule Emmanuel Brett Porter a écrit : Great - can the patch be used as a starting point? On 03/01/2007, at 2:27 AM, Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Brett Porter a écrit : Hi Jesse, I see you took this one a couple of months ago. It looks like a good feature - is the patch a good enough start

Re: Continuum and svn connections

2007-01-05 Thread Brett Porter
I saw it yesterday too. I actually had the problem before svn kicked in, as far as I could tell. ie, retrieving POMs might be the problem. On 06/01/2007, at 9:30 AM, Wendy Smoak wrote: The ASF Subversion server limits connections to 10 per IP address, and with several ASF projects loaded up,

Re: Trusting in our own dog food

2007-01-16 Thread Brett Porter
working copy is up-to-date Emmanuel Brett Porter a écrit : That doesn't actually matter for the client side speed boost. I'm running 1.4.2 on continuum now. - Brett On 15/01/2007, at 2:21 PM, Brian E. Fox wrote: The svn.apache.org server is a little old too: Powered by Subversion version 1.3.1

Re: Trusting in our own dog food

2007-01-16 Thread Brett Porter
Ok, fair enough. I've left it on, and made it use a different local repository. I'd say once we release Continuum 1.1 and are happy it is stable enough to use, we can turn this off. On 15/01/2007, at 11:02 PM, Trygve Laugstøl wrote: Brett Porter wrote: so... you're saying you don't

Moving configuration service to plexus-registry

2007-02-09 Thread Brett Porter
Any objections to me moving the configuration service out of the database (and take some of the bits out of application.xml) and putting them in the registry? Basically the same thing I've just done for Archiva. Docs on the registry are here: https://svn.codehaus.org/plexus/plexus-

Re: oching, please subscribe to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

2007-02-20 Thread Brett Porter
Actually, it's continuum-commits. However, I already did the -allow thing in case she was subscribed under a different address. On 20/02/2007, at 5:44 PM, Trygve Laugstøl wrote: your commit emails are beeing moderated. -- Trygve

Re: svn commit: r509415 [1/3] - in /maven/continuum/trunk: continuum-security/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/security/p rofile/ continuum-webapp/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/we

2007-02-20 Thread Brett Porter
Can you do svn propedit svn:log -r509415 --revprop And add that to the front? - Brett On 20/02/2007, at 8:38 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Wendy, This is for CONTINUUM-1147 Thanks, Deng On 2/19/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: oching Date: Mon Feb 19

Re: Poll: release continuum alpha

2007-02-24 Thread Brett Porter
Agreed. Someone needs to: - properly mark up the model as it was for 1.0.3 release - add methods to continuum-data-management to utilise that and then make any necessary transformations (c-d-m will do the basic 1-to-1 conversions) - probably write a little CLI to fire it off. On 24/02/2007,

Re: Poll: release continuum alpha

2007-02-24 Thread Brett Porter
I agree with an alpha-1 labelled release. I think someone will need to flush JIRA before cutting the release (close things that are no longer relevant, or fixed, or duplicate). - Brett On 24/02/2007, at 8:35 AM, Jesse McConnell wrote: I was talking to trygve a bit on irc and it dovetailed

Re: Preparing for continuum-1.1-alpha-1

2007-03-07 Thread Brett Porter
On 07/03/2007, at 9:52 AM, Jesse McConnell wrote: Ok, well the little poll thread I made seemed to be strongly in favor of getting things pulled together to start getting alpha releases out of continuum. So with that in mind here is a list of a few things that we need to get in order for an

Re: DB schema migration

2007-04-23 Thread Brett Porter
This was one of the things I was going to try and have done before alpha-1 - I just forgot. Erik - the problem in upgrading is the changes in private tables between versions of jpox that we hadn't given explicit names to. We'd probably appreciate most help in future proofing our jpox use a

Re: DB schema migration

2007-04-23 Thread Brett Porter
potential DB keyword conflicts jesse On 4/23/07, Stephane Nicoll [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can I be sure at least that the DB model won't change as from alpha-1? If so I can maybe drop completely my database and recreate my projects. Thanks, Stéphane On 4/23/07, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: DB schema migration

2007-04-24 Thread Brett Porter
Thanks Erik - I'll give that a try ASAP. On 24/04/2007, at 7:35 AM, Erik Bengtson wrote: Quoting Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Erik - the problem in upgrading is the changes in private tables between versions of jpox that we hadn't given explicit names to. We'd probably appreciate most

is alpha 1 really released?

2007-05-02 Thread Brett Porter
I'm trying to find the official release, and I can only find the file in Jesse's home directory, and no announcement. Bit lost. Can we do these? - put in the main repo - put in /dist/ - put on the website - announce to lists / blogs Cheers, Brett

Re: is alpha 1 really released?

2007-05-02 Thread Brett Porter
On 02/05/2007, at 4:10 PM, Jesse McConnell wrote: there was discussion on this on another thread on this list...but I will reiterate here that I feel uncomfortable shoving big war files and these alpha-1 artifacts into the main repository. No one is programming against these things in the

Re: DB schema migration

2007-05-02 Thread Brett Porter
the migration tool. - Brett On 24/04/2007, at 7:35 AM, Erik Bengtson wrote: Quoting Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Erik - the problem in upgrading is the changes in private tables between versions of jpox that we hadn't given explicit names to. We'd probably appreciate most help in future proofing our

Re: svn commit: r535724 - in /maven/continuum/trunk/continuum-webapp/src/main: java/org/apache/maven/continuum/web/bean/ProjectGroupUserBean.java webapp/WEB-INF/jsp/projectGroupMembers.jsp

2007-05-11 Thread Brett Porter
Did you update this particular commit with svn pe --revprop -r535724 svn:log ? On 09/05/2007, at 7:40 PM, Maria Odea Ching wrote: Ok, I'll take note of that Trygve Laugstøl wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: oching Date: Sun May 6 20:34:07 2007 New Revision: 535724 URL:

Re: Allowing the file protocol in 1.1-alpha-1

2007-05-20 Thread Brett Porter
I don't think it's possible to put it anywhere other than the webapp META-INF location at this point, without changing the way it's configured. - Brett On 20/05/2007, at 11:24 PM, Wendy Smoak wrote: In the FAQ [1] we say to uncomment an allowedScheme element in

Re: Allowing the file protocol in 1.1-alpha-1

2007-05-20 Thread Brett Porter
- I'm honestly not sure. - Brett On 21/05/2007, at 6:59 AM, Wendy Smoak wrote: On 5/20/07, Brett Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't think it's possible to put it anywhere other than the webapp META-INF location at this point, without changing the way it's configured. On the Deploying page

Trunk won't build

2007-05-31 Thread Brett Porter
Anyone else have the problem of the 5 failing tests in continuum-core on trunk? I only get them building from the top level, and it's been a long standing problem. testAddMavenTwoProjectSet (org.apache.maven.continuum.DefaultContinuumTest) testUpdateMavenTwoProject

Re: [VOTE] release continuum-1.1-alpha-2

2007-05-31 Thread Brett Porter
+1. Gave it a quick fire up on the Mac. - Brett On 31/05/2007, at 6:38 AM, Jesse McConnell wrote: I would like to get alpha-2 released to the community now. Highlights are: revamped xml-rpc support converted to use rebranded plexus-security, aka redback continuum maven plugin many bug

JDK 5 in Continuum

2007-06-04 Thread Brett Porter
If my memory serves, we had decided we were ready to take this step for the applications, but not Maven itself until the toolchain support is final. Any objections? - Brett On 05/06/2007, at 2:32 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: brett Date: Mon Jun 4 09:32:12 2007 New Revision:

Re: svn commit: r546588 - in /maven/continuum/trunk: ./ continuum-data-management/data-management-cli/src/main/java/org/apache/maven/continuum/management/ continuum-data-management/data-management-jdo

2007-06-12 Thread Brett Porter
On 13/06/2007, at 5:49 AM, Jason van Zyl wrote: On 12 Jun 07, at 11:37 AM 12 Jun 07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: brett Date: Tue Jun 12 11:37:19 2007 New Revision: 546588 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=revrev=546588 Log: other aspect of CORE-3297 requires a patch to OID instead

Re: Jetty proxy config required?

2007-06-30 Thread Brett Porter
I believe you can use that configuration, but like you I never have, just pointing it directly at :8080 from httpd. On 01/07/2007, at 3:11 PM, Wendy Smoak wrote: Is the Jetty Configuration section on this page up to date? http://maven.apache.org/continuum/guides/mini/guide-

Re: continuum 1.1-beta-1 update

2007-07-02 Thread Brett Porter
On 03/07/2007, at 5:54 AM, Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Jesse McConnell a écrit : Just to capture some talk on irc today... I think the strategy moving forward is going to be get some of jira cleaned up a la the recent maven jira push and continuum 1.1 is going to get wrapped up a bit for the

Re: Proposition for CONTINUUM-798

2007-07-11 Thread Brett Porter
This sounds fine to me. Questions I think weren't answered here: - how do you track when the modules change - by comparing modules to the list of projects in a group? If so, how to handle the edge cases where extra projects are added to or removed from a group aside from the modules? - how

Re: Proposition for CONTINUUM-798

2007-07-11 Thread Brett Porter
On 11/07/2007, at 5:51 PM, Emmanuel Venisse wrote: Brett Porter a écrit : This sounds fine to me. Questions I think weren't answered here: - how do you track when the modules change - by comparing modules to the list of projects in a group? If so, how to handle the edge cases where

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