russel at winder.org.uk
Tue Sep 4 01:00:21 EDT 2012
On Mon, 2012-08-27 at 06:24 +0000, Kussmaul, Paul wrote:
> Thanks for your response and your hints. I have already tried SBT. It
> is ok for small projects. But up to now is still unclear how to
> organize large applications which should be split into several
> projects. SBT is a magic-box, you don't know what it is doing
> internally. And because of that it is NOT simple to use, especially if
> your project-archetype needs some extensions. And sometimes SBT shows
> very strange recursions inside the project-directory. Not so easy to
Perhaps then you are headed towards using Gradle? One of its main
"selling points" over Maven is that it handles multi-module project
> How can I reach Greg Ward? May be he has some additional hints for me.
I think Greg just came back with a summary of his experiments.
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