On Nov 7, 2007 1:23 PM, Felix Knecht <email@example.com
What 'profiles' are (intended) used for studio distributions?
Shall all possibilities you can download an RCP dist for be supported
and build ()?
Right now we support the following distributions:
Mac OS X PPC and i386 (Intel)
Windows (tested on XP and Vista, and it should work on Windows 2000 too)
Linux PPC, i386 and AMD64
I think they are the most commonly used configurations and we should concentrate on these one. There no need to build a Linux (x86/Motif) version if nobody needs it. If someone uses Linux (x86/Motif) and tells us on the ML he would like a version of Studio, then we can integrate this one.
They are varying depending on the version of RCP your looking at:
And - when migration to maven build process - which version(s) shall be
used (ATM it's 3.2.1 based)?
Yes, it's based on 3.2.1 at the moment. This is because we could not get a way to generate (within eclipse) the executables for Apache Directory Studio (to replace the
3.2.1 ones) with Eclipse 3.3.0. I could not export the RCP Application as a Mac OS X application correctly, the export was failing... Maybe version 18.104.22.168
fixes that, I'll have to try again.
It would be very great if we could migrate both Ant+Ivy to Maven and Eclipse version 3.2.1 to Eclipse version 3.3.x (for our Eclipse dependencies).
For eclipse most of the dependencies do not exist in a remote maven
repository. Do you think it's possible/make sense to put them e.g. to
repository (I think this is owned by
ASF)? This could avoid the need of keeping them in a 'local-repo' within
the studio project.
Anyway I need to fix creation of the emtpy folders.
Now, that you prepared all the packages in their Maven repository format, why not. But I wonder if that will be ok with the repository and the Eclipse Foundation.
FYI, I have updated the page with our discussion (I need to update it with the comments of this mail too).