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megachucky (17) [Avatar] Offline
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Hey,

the book contains a short, but detailed enough explanation for Maven. Thanks for that (until now, I always had to use ANT in our enterprise projects).

I use Eclipse and m2eclipse. The following question arises:
Why do Camel archetypes not create test folders (i.e. /test/ and /test/ressources/ as it creates /src/ and /src/ressources? I always have to create the test folders manually, right? I wonder why (because everybody should require test folders, too)?

Best regards,
Kai
janstey (72) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Why do Camel Archetypes not create Test-Folders?
They don't include any test directories because there are no tests included with the archetypes. Though, maybe the test dirs should be there even though the dirs will be empty like you suggest. I'll make this change for now.

I guess it would be a good idea to add some simple tests to the archetypes as well smilie

Cheers,
Jon