|Re: [buckminster-dev] headless resolve with properties [message #9575]
||Thu, 13 March 2008 16:35
| Todd Lee
Registered: July 2009
Thanks a bunch Adrian!|
Much appreciated - I'll give it a try.
Sent by: "Buckminster developer discussions"
Re: [buckminster-dev] headless
03/13/2008 04:29 resolve with properties
Please respond to
> Hey Adrian,
> Thanks again for the tip. I have a couple of questions I'm wondering if
> can clarify on importing from a local SDK:
> - what ReaderType do you use for the provider, is it eclipse.import or
> - did you actually create a local update site (I was under the
> that eclipse.import was used pretty much exclusively with update
> or are you just pointing it to a directory with an extracted Eclipse
> If it's not asking too much, perhaps I'd be able to get a better handle
> this if you could provide a sample snippet from your RMAP/setup?
I was working with a colleague of mine today at work with the Eclipse
STP project and getting the buckminster builds sorted out there, so
I'm able to easily show you those rmap and cquery files if you want to
test it out, it's available at . The stuff I'm involved isn't so
easy to share since it's behind our corporate firewall.
Take a look at the Ganymede section, you'll get all the info you need
there, we assume there's an eclipse installed in /shared/... with all
the plugins we need. The plugins your build needs are then imported
into the workspace.
Hope this helps,
 http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/stp/build/trunk/buckminster/s tp.rmap
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