Guide to building Continuum
Why would I want to build Continuum?
You might want to build Continuum yourself for one of two reasons:
- To build the source release of Continuum
- to try out a bleeding edge feature or bugfix (issues can be found in JIRA), but you can try our SNAPSHOTs: http://vmbuild.apache.org/
- to fix a problem you are having and submit a patch to the development team.
Note that for releases, you may also make use of pre-built binaries.
Checking out the sources
All of the source code for Continuum and its related libraries is in a Subversion repository. You can also browse the repository, or checkout specific modules directly.
All SVN instructions are available on the Source Repository page.
Building the sources
- JDK 5 or greater
- Maven 2.0.7 or greater
To build Continuum, you run this command from the top (trunk) directory: