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From Alex Boisvert <>
Subject Re: always running test for other project
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2010 15:33:56 GMT
Just want to confirm what Rhett said, the tests shouldn't be run twice if
you run "buildr package" twice without changing anything.


On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 8:25 AM, Jean-Philippe Caruana <> wrote:

> Le 23/03/2010 16:19, Rhett Sutphin a écrit :
>> Hi Jean-Phillipe,
> Hi Rhett,
>  I don't understand how buildr works - I thought i did though.
>>> every time i launch "buildr package" in artifactToBuild or "buildr
>>> test", it launches all the tests in commons-test and commons-util even
>>> if nothing changed in this projects. These can be pretty long. How can
>>> I do to change this behaviour ?
>> It does this if you just run `buildr package` twice, back-to-back, with
>> no changes to anything anywhere? That should not be.
> that's what I thought too and that's my question.
>  If you run with
>> --trace, buildr will show you (in great detail) which tasks it is
>> deciding to run and why. Try that and see what you find.
>> Dependency issues like this can sometimes be hard to track down. I'd
>> suggest starting with commons-test and seeing if you can get `buildr
>> package` to work properly, then move to the next project in the chain,
>> etc.
> okay, it was my next step, but I was a little lazy since '--trace' is
> really verbose. I will try to find out something in there.
> ps : sorry for the end of mail crap in french/english : it's automatically
> added by my company's smtp server and I can't remove it.
> -- Jean-Philippe Caruana
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