-Re: build and use hadoop-git
Aaron Kimball 2010-01-24, 08:11
See http://wiki.apache.org/hadoop/HowToContribute for more step-by-step
On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 7:36 PM, Kay Kay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Start with hadoop-common to start building .
> hadoop-hdfs / hadoop-mapred pull the dependencies from apache snapshot
> repository that contains the nightlies of last successful builds so in
> theory all 3 could be built independently because of the respective
> snapshots being present in apache snapshot repository.
> If you do want to make cross-project changes and test them -
> * create a local ivy resolver and
> * place it before the apache snapshot in the ivy settings .
> * publish the jar for a given project to the directory pointed by the ivy
> resolver in step 1
> * clear ivy cache
> * recompile.
> On 11/29/09 11:05 AM, Vasilis Liaskovitis wrote:
>> how can I build and use hadoop-git?
>> The project has recently been split into 3 repositories hadoop-common,
>> hadoop-hdfs and hadoop-mapred. It's not clear to me how to
>> build/compile and use the git/tip for the whole framework. E.g. would
>> building all jars from the 3 subprojects (and copying them under the
>> same directory) work?
>> Is there a guide/wiki page out there for this? Or perhaps there is
>> another repository which still has a centralized trunk for all
>> thanks in advance,
>> - Vasilis