You've got this corect - the modules are path based (in hindisght,
maybe they should be repository references too - we'll look at
implementing that in a backwards compatible way in 2.1).

- Brett

On 11/21/05, Wendy Smoak <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 11/20/05, Brett Porter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> > No, that's not the case. Someone just needs to deploy that root project.
> >
> > Relative path is just a hint for using a multiproject checkout
> > structure so that if you edit it locally it gets picked up. It still
> > goes to the repository if it is not found.
>
> Okay, that will allow each child to find its parent.  But how does the
> parent find the children?
>
> If I have
> current/build/pom.xml
> current/core/pom.xml
> current/taglib/pom.xml
>
> Then what do I put in the <module> tags in current/build/pom.xml?
>    <module>../core</module>
>    <module>../taglib</module>
> ?
>
> In addition to being able to build a single sub-project, I also need
> to be able to build all of them at once.
>
> Thanks for your patience. :)
> --
> Wendy
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