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  2. BAM-230

Determine dependencies from Maven

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      Not sure how this would work, but it would definitely be cool. You'd need to read the POM and the POMs of other projects and relate them.

      Also, dependencies should be at the project level, rather than the build level, once you introduce this split.

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          mark@atlassian.com Mark Chaimungkalanont [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Folks,

          2.5 is now available and has this feature in it.

          Please try it out and give us feedback, good, bad and ugly so we can continually improve it.

          Cheers,

          Mark C

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          mark@atlassian.com Mark Chaimungkalanont [Atlassian] added a comment - Folks, 2.5 is now available and has this feature in it. Please try it out and give us feedback, good, bad and ugly so we can continually improve it. Cheers, Mark C
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          petrovg George Petrov added a comment -

          feedback? been on Hudson for months now. It's fantastic!

          2010/1/21 Mark Chaimungkalanont [Atlassian] (JIRA) <jira@atlassian.com>

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          petrovg George Petrov added a comment - feedback? been on Hudson for months now. It's fantastic! 2010/1/21 Mark Chaimungkalanont [Atlassian] (JIRA) <jira@atlassian.com>
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          rkrzewski Rafał Krzewski added a comment -

          I have installed Bamboo 2.6.2 and set up CI for my open source project consisting of about 30 modules with several layers/clusters of dependencies. I had a very good overall experience. The dependencies were extracted automatically, and build queue behavior with respect to dependency hierarchy was correct as far as I can tell at this point.
          The only problem I had was that parent projects and maven2 plugins provided by my project were not recognized as dependencies, but I was able to work around this. See BAM-6906.
          In my opinion maven2 support in Bamboo is now at least on par with Hudson.

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          rkrzewski Rafał Krzewski added a comment - I have installed Bamboo 2.6.2 and set up CI for my open source project consisting of about 30 modules with several layers/clusters of dependencies. I had a very good overall experience. The dependencies were extracted automatically, and build queue behavior with respect to dependency hierarchy was correct as far as I can tell at this point. The only problem I had was that parent projects and maven2 plugins provided by my project were not recognized as dependencies, but I was able to work around this. See BAM-6906 . In my opinion maven2 support in Bamboo is now at least on par with Hudson.
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          rkrzewski Rafał Krzewski added a comment -

          Here's link to my project's Bamboo installation, if anyone wants to see it in action: http://objectledge.org/bamboo/

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          rkrzewski Rafał Krzewski added a comment - Here's link to my project's Bamboo installation, if anyone wants to see it in action: http://objectledge.org/bamboo/
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          anton@atlassian.com Anton Mazkovoi [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Rafał,

          Thanks for the update. We are glad you find Bamboo's Maven 2 support useful.

          Cheers,
          Anton

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          anton@atlassian.com Anton Mazkovoi [Atlassian] added a comment - Rafał, Thanks for the update. We are glad you find Bamboo's Maven 2 support useful. Cheers, Anton

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