Multiple Module support question

This is not the normal "when is it going to be done?" question (although any hints would be appreciated). For the project I'm currently working on, we have the core source code, then multiple sets of test code (one for vanilla junit, one for cactus tests, one for the delegate UI interfaces, etc). Currently, I cannot compile all of this together because there are some class names that are duplicated within the source trees (they are in separate source directories, but all in the same package namespace).

I'm hoping that when the multiple module support goes live, I can define a main source module, then a number of different test modules that depend on it. Is this the way it will be structured?

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Jeff Whitmire wrote:

This is not the normal "when is it going to be done?" question (although
any hints would be appreciated). For the project I'm currently working
on, we have the core source code, then multiple sets of test code (one for
vanilla junit, one for cactus tests, one for the delegate UI interfaces,
etc). Currently, I cannot compile all of this together because there are
some class names that are duplicated within the source trees (they are in
separate source directories, but all in the same package namespace).

I'm hoping that when the multiple module support goes live, I can define a
main source module, then a number of different test modules that depend on
it. Is this the way it will be structured?


Yes. That is the whole point of modules

Friendly,
Dmitry

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Dmitry Lomov
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Cool, can't wait.

Thanks.
Jeff.

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