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Maven Best Practice Guide

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  1. Best Practices with Git

    From a previous discussion on there was some question of how to set up your git repositories according to your project structure. There seems to be two basic answers:

    1. It is best to keep your entire project and modules within the same git repository, provided all the module versions are in sync with the project version, that is you release all artifacts in the project with the same version.
    2. If you have a project with modules that have different release versions, then you should have a separate git repository for those artifacts.
      1. One strategy is to break your project up into sub-projects, where all the modules in the sub-project share the same release version.
      2. In the worse case, you would have a separate git repository for every artifact/module, which is harder to maintain, but possibly necessary if each has a separate release life-cycle.