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Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3116] Wed, 26 March 2008 21:06 Go to next message
Joel Rosi-Schwartz is currently offline Joel Rosi-Schwartz
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I have checked out all of the osee bundles and I am trying to build the
framework. It would be helpful to have a list of platform dependencies.
My build fails with the following unresolved bundles:

ganymed.ssh
org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core
org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.layouts
org.eclipse.nebula.widgets
org.eclipse.team.svn.core
org.eclipse.team.svn.ui
org.eclipse.team.svn
org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector
quartz.timer

Do you tend to fulfil these via the target platform or do you pull them
into the workspace?

I have 275 errors in the workspace, but I assume that all or most of
these will disappear when I resolve the dependencies.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3149 is a reply to message #3116] Wed, 26 March 2008 23:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Donald Dunne is currently offline Donald Dunne
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We are in the works of resolving these dependencies. Here's where we are
so far.

quartz.timer - dependencies removed. sync with SVN and this shouldn't be
a problem anymore

org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core and layouts - OSEE depends on the Zest viewer
which used to belong to mylyn. We have learned that it has since been
moved to GEF and renamed. To resolve these dependencies, you will need to
anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/tools CVS repository, expand out the
org.eclipse.gef project and check out org.eclilpse.zest.core and
org.eclipse.zest.layouts projects. Instructions on doing this are at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

ganymed.ssh - this plugin provided ssh connection utilities. We think we
have found an Eclipse project that will provide the same capability and
are working to resolve this one ASAP

org.eclipse.nebula.widgets - OSEE uses Nebula's datepicker with a slight
modification to allow a date "cleared" throught he calendar widget. This
modification needs to be pushed into the nebula project and this
dependency can be removed. I'm working on this one and will provide an
update soon.

the remaining "team" plugins. These should be resolved by adding the
polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation. This can be
done by following the update instructions provided at
http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.

This should cover all problems. please let me know if any of this does
not work.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3281 is a reply to message #3149] Thu, 27 March 2008 12:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-03-26 23:24:50 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> We are in the works of resolving these dependencies. Here's where we
> are so far.
> quartz.timer - dependencies removed. sync with SVN and this shouldn't
> be a problem anymore
>
> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core and layouts - OSEE depends on the Zest
> viewer which used to belong to mylyn. We have learned that it has
> since been moved to GEF and renamed. To resolve these dependencies,
> you will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/tools CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.gef project and check out
> org.eclilpse.zest.core and org.eclipse.zest.layouts projects.
> Instructions on doing this are at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto
>
> ganymed.ssh - this plugin provided ssh connection utilities. We think
> we have found an Eclipse project that will provide the same capability
> and are working to resolve this one ASAP
>
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets - OSEE uses Nebula's datepicker with a
> slight modification to allow a date "cleared" throught he calendar
> widget. This modification needs to be pushed into the nebula project
> and this dependency can be removed. I'm working on this one and will
> provide an update soon.
>
> the remaining "team" plugins. These should be resolved by adding the
> polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation. This can be
> done by following the update instructions provided at
> http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
> added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.
>
> This should cover all problems. please let me know if any of this does
> not work.


Mostly good, here are the exceptions:
1) zest: I have pulled in the bundles from GEF, but there are still
references to the mylyn bundles in the skynet manifest:

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
Bundle-Name: Gui Plug-in (Incubation)
Bundle-SymbolicName: org.eclipse.osee.framework.ui.skynet;singleton:=true
Bundle-Version: 0.1.0.qualifier
Bundle-Activator: org.eclipse.osee.framework.ui.skynet.SkynetGuiPlugin
Require-Bundle: org.eclipse.ui,
org.eclipse.core.runtime,
org.eclipse.osee.framework.skynet.core,
org.eclipse.osee.framework.jdk.core,
org.eclipse.search,
org.eclipse.nebula.widgets,
==> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core,
==> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.layouts,


Other than this I am left with only the Nebula dependency unresolved.

Please note the the ganymed.ssh dependency issue has now disappeared.
Perhaps something else you modified fixed this?

A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain
SVN. Neither is yet official, but I believe (for some odd reason) it is
Polarion that has the inside track for adoption. In the meanwhile it is
(IMHO) not wise to dictate the dependency of one over the other for
OSEE. As the community broadens it may cause an undesirable
distraction. I now have both sets of plug-ins in my workspace and will
let you know if they cause any issues.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3311 is a reply to message #3281] Thu, 27 March 2008 17:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Donald Dunne is currently offline Donald Dunne
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Fixed the remaining Zest dependencies. Sync up and you should have that
resolved.

Not sure how you got the ganymed.ssh dependencies resolved. Changes are
not in to fix that yet.

I'm working on the nebula widgets today.

I was aware of the two SVN clients. Yes, we do not want to be as
in-dependent as possible, but still need some low level functionality that
the SVN clients provide. Maybe that is an area that someone could help
either remove the dependency or ensure that we're compliant with both
clients.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3376 is a reply to message #3311] Thu, 27 March 2008 19:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-03-27 17:04:49 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Fixed the remaining Zest dependencies. Sync up and you should have
> that resolved.
>
> Not sure how you got the ganymed.ssh dependencies resolved. Changes
> are not in to fix that yet.
>
> I'm working on the nebula widgets today.
>
> I was aware of the two SVN clients. Yes, we do not want to be as
> in-dependent as possible, but still need some low level functionality
> that the SVN clients provide. Maybe that is an area that someone could
> help either remove the dependency or ensure that we're compliant with
> both clients.

Good, we are getting there. Not sure why I missed ganymed.ssh last
round, but it is indeed still there. So we are down to it and nebula as
far as dependencies are concerned.

I am also getting a number of build errors that are not likely to be a
result of the missing dependencies. I will upload the output for there
Errors view so you can have a look.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3444 is a reply to message #3376] Thu, 27 March 2008 19:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Donald Dunne is currently offline Donald Dunne
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Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding changes).
I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with this
information.

OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you will
need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS repository,
expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3511 is a reply to message #3444] Thu, 27 March 2008 20:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-03-27 19:48:54 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
> you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding
> changes). I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with
> this information.
>
> OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you
> will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
> this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

I will update these tomorrow, but I wanted to give you a heads up on
the errors I mentioned on my previous post. I did not realise that OSEE
is dependent on JDK 6 and we use Macs where the default JDK is 5. This
may be the cause of some of the build errors. I am putting in the new
Preview release of JDK from Apple. I will let you know if this improves
the build situation any tomorrow.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3544 is a reply to message #3444] Fri, 28 March 2008 14:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-03-27 19:48:54 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
> you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding
> changes). I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with
> this information.
>
> OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you
> will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
> this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

That fixes everything but ganymed.ssh, which you are working on.

I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
"Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the
project by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You
can do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it
after I have commit privileges.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3577 is a reply to message #3544] Fri, 28 March 2008 16:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Donald Dunne is currently offline Donald Dunne
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Great suggestion.

The two ways to achieve committer status is to contribute for a period
of time and then get voted in as a committer OR become a component
project which would automatically make you a committer. Since we don't
know how long it is going to take until your project gets approved,
let's go ahead and work the other path until that happens.

Your fix to the compiling issues would be a great opportunity to have
you start contributing immediately. Could you go ahead and make the
changes to the projects, create a patch file and submit it along with a
bugzilla bug. If you need some help, Jeff Phillips has done this a few
times.

Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
>
> I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
> project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
> "Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the project
> by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
> org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
> the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
> everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You can
> do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it after I
> have commit privileges.
>
> Joel
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #3643 is a reply to message #3577] Fri, 28 March 2008 17:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-03-28 16:18:34 +0000, Don Dunne <donald.g.dunne@boeing.com> said:

> Great suggestion.
>
> The two ways to achieve committer status is to contribute for a period
> of time and then get voted in as a committer OR become a component
> project which would automatically make you a committer. Since we don't
> know how long it is going to take until your project gets approved,
> let's go ahead and work the other path until that happens.
>
> Your fix to the compiling issues would be a great opportunity to have
> you start contributing immediately. Could you go ahead and make the
> changes to the projects, create a patch file and submit it along with a
> bugzilla bug. If you need some help, Jeff Phillips has done this a few
> times.
>
> Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
>>
>> I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
>> project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
>> "Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the
>> project by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
>> the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
>> everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You
>> can do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it
>> after I have commit privileges.
>>
>> Joel

Will happily do that.

joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #4047 is a reply to message #3577] Sun, 30 March 2008 13:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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A bug report has been filed [224793] and a patch attached. The
attachment is a ZIP file that contains 31 patch files, one for each
OSEE project. Note that I been pedantic and have set the compiler
settings for all project even those, e.g. source and features, that do
not necessarily need them. I opted for completeness and consistency
rather than conciseness and simplicity. If you do not agree, simply do
not apply the patches you feel are irrelevant.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #4190 is a reply to message #4047] Mon, 31 March 2008 17:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
> A bug report has been filed [224793] and a patch attached. The
> attachment is a ZIP file that contains 31 patch files, one for each OSEE
> project. Note that I been pedantic and have set the compiler settings
> for all project even those, e.g. source and features, that do not
> necessarily need them. I opted for completeness and consistency rather
> than conciseness and simplicity. If you do not agree, simply do not
> apply the patches you feel are irrelevant.
>
> Joel

Yes, I saw your bug report this morning. I will apply the patches ASAP.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #4609 is a reply to message #4190] Thu, 03 April 2008 14:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: yppirtos.yahoo.com

Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
I'm still have the following dependency.

Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25 1207224068613 2609

What am I missing?

Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
result I'm getting the following compilation error:
Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
1207229012347 2611

I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in the
install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries (Optional)
(2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current system". I'm
using OS X.

Any idea on how I resolve this?

Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?

Thanks in advance.

cheers,
chris
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5022 is a reply to message #4609] Thu, 10 April 2008 17:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Chris Webb wrote:
> Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
> I'm still have the following dependency.
>
> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
> Time Id
> Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
> org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25
> 1207224068613 2609
>
> What am I missing?
>
> Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
> result I'm getting the following compilation error:
> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
> Time Id
> Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
> org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
> 1207229012347 2611
>
> I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in the
> install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries (Optional)
> (2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current system". I'm
> using OS X.
>
> Any idea on how I resolve this?
>
> Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> cheers,
> chris
>

Many have been following the thread on resolving the dependency issues
that existed. All of these problems should be resolved and all
interested parties should be able to get a workspace to successfully
compile using the instructions at http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php

The next phase is to provide information on how to setup a database to
connect to OSEE, perform a database init (sets up all tables and creates
default data for OSEE to use) and also load some demo data for use in
trying out OSEE.

We are working very hard to provide this next step as there are quite a
few persons awaiting this information. I'm hoping to get this
information out by April 18th.

Thanks for your patience and please stay tuned.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5708 is a reply to message #5022] Fri, 11 April 2008 09:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: yppirtos.yahoo.com

Don,

Thanks for the reply.

I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have been
resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.

This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention you
must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get this
off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in the future.

All the best,
Chris


Don Dunne wrote:
> Chris Webb wrote:
>> Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
>> I'm still have the following dependency.
>>
>> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
>> Time Id
>> Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
>> org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25
>> 1207224068613 2609
>>
>> What am I missing?
>>
>> Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
>> result I'm getting the following compilation error:
>> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
>> Time Id
>> Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
>> org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
>> 1207229012347 2611
>>
>> I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in
>> the install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries
>> (Optional) (2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current
>> system". I'm using OS X.
>>
>> Any idea on how I resolve this?
>>
>> Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> cheers,
>> chris
>>
>
> Many have been following the thread on resolving the dependency issues
> that existed. All of these problems should be resolved and all
> interested parties should be able to get a workspace to successfully
> compile using the instructions at http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php
>
> The next phase is to provide information on how to setup a database to
> connect to OSEE, perform a database init (sets up all tables and creates
> default data for OSEE to use) and also load some demo data for use in
> trying out OSEE.
>
> We are working very hard to provide this next step as there are quite a
> few persons awaiting this information. I'm hoping to get this
> information out by April 18th.
>
> Thanks for your patience and please stay tuned.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5726 is a reply to message #5708] Fri, 11 April 2008 10:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2008-04-11 10:22:44 +0100, Chris Webb <yppirtos@yahoo.com> said:

> Don,
>
> Thanks for the reply.
>
> I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have
> been resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.
>
> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get
> this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in
> the future.
>
> All the best,
> Chris

Chris,

I am also using OS X (Leopard) so perhaps I can assist with sorting our
your SVN issues. Which SVN plug-in do you have loaded? I as because I
feel into this one when I started building OSEE. As I note in an
earlier post:
A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain
SVN.

What is required is the polarion plug-in. These should be resolved by
adding the polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation.
This can be done by following the update instructions provided at
http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.

If this is not the problem let me know and we will dig a bit deeper.

Cheers,
Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5742 is a reply to message #5708] Fri, 11 April 2008 16:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Chris Webb wrote:
>
> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention you
> must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get this
> off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in the future.
>

We are always looking for talented people interested in helping out with
OSEE. Does your interest fall on the usage side or would you like to
help develop areas of OSEE?
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5778 is a reply to message #5726] Sun, 20 April 2008 20:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: yppirtos.yahoo.com

Joel,

Thanks for you offer.

I have managed to resolve the issue. My mistake was to not to unselect
the Windows specific JavaHL connectors from the update list which then
allows the other connector plugins to install. So my workspace is now
free from errors and I'm eager to see the application in action. Is this
possible now or is further pending information/resources required? If it
is possible how is the application kick started?

cheers,
chris


Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
> On 2008-04-11 10:22:44 +0100, Chris Webb <yppirtos@yahoo.com> said:
>
>> Don,
>>
>> Thanks for the reply.
>>
>> I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have
>> been resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.
>>
>> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
>> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to
>> get this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved
>> in the future.
>>
>> All the best,
>> Chris
>
> Chris,
>
> I am also using OS X (Leopard) so perhaps I can assist with sorting our
> your SVN issues. Which SVN plug-in do you have loaded? I as because I
> feel into this one when I started building OSEE. As I note in an earlier
> post:
> A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
> implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
> that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain SVN.
>
> What is required is the polarion plug-in. These should be resolved by
> adding the polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation.
> This can be done by following the update instructions provided at
> http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
> added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.
>
> If this is not the problem let me know and we will dig a bit deeper.
>
> Cheers,
> Joel
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #5796 is a reply to message #5742] Sun, 20 April 2008 20:30 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: yppirtos.yahoo.com

Don,

Initially I'm interested in the usage side - I've just got involved in a
start up that requires efficient requirements capture and tracing with a
low cost entry point, hopefull what OSEE will provide :) However, moving
forward this is an area of particular interest to me and, time
permitting, is something I would like to contribute to.

cheers,
chris

Don Dunne wrote:
> Chris Webb wrote:
>>
>> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
>> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to
>> get this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved
>> in the future.
>>
>
> We are always looking for talented people interested in helping out with
> OSEE. Does your interest fall on the usage side or would you like to
> help develop areas of OSEE?
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568402 is a reply to message #3116] Wed, 26 March 2008 23:24 Go to previous message
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We are in the works of resolving these dependencies. Here's where we are
so far.

quartz.timer - dependencies removed. sync with SVN and this shouldn't be
a problem anymore

org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core and layouts - OSEE depends on the Zest viewer
which used to belong to mylyn. We have learned that it has since been
moved to GEF and renamed. To resolve these dependencies, you will need to
anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/tools CVS repository, expand out the
org.eclipse.gef project and check out org.eclilpse.zest.core and
org.eclipse.zest.layouts projects. Instructions on doing this are at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

ganymed.ssh - this plugin provided ssh connection utilities. We think we
have found an Eclipse project that will provide the same capability and
are working to resolve this one ASAP

org.eclipse.nebula.widgets - OSEE uses Nebula's datepicker with a slight
modification to allow a date "cleared" throught he calendar widget. This
modification needs to be pushed into the nebula project and this
dependency can be removed. I'm working on this one and will provide an
update soon.

the remaining "team" plugins. These should be resolved by adding the
polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation. This can be
done by following the update instructions provided at
http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.

This should cover all problems. please let me know if any of this does
not work.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568469 is a reply to message #3149] Thu, 27 March 2008 12:51 Go to previous message
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On 2008-03-26 23:24:50 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> We are in the works of resolving these dependencies. Here's where we
> are so far.
> quartz.timer - dependencies removed. sync with SVN and this shouldn't
> be a problem anymore
>
> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core and layouts - OSEE depends on the Zest
> viewer which used to belong to mylyn. We have learned that it has
> since been moved to GEF and renamed. To resolve these dependencies,
> you will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/tools CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.gef project and check out
> org.eclilpse.zest.core and org.eclipse.zest.layouts projects.
> Instructions on doing this are at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto
>
> ganymed.ssh - this plugin provided ssh connection utilities. We think
> we have found an Eclipse project that will provide the same capability
> and are working to resolve this one ASAP
>
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets - OSEE uses Nebula's datepicker with a
> slight modification to allow a date "cleared" throught he calendar
> widget. This modification needs to be pushed into the nebula project
> and this dependency can be removed. I'm working on this one and will
> provide an update soon.
>
> the remaining "team" plugins. These should be resolved by adding the
> polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation. This can be
> done by following the update instructions provided at
> http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
> added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.
>
> This should cover all problems. please let me know if any of this does
> not work.


Mostly good, here are the exceptions:
1) zest: I have pulled in the bundles from GEF, but there are still
references to the mylyn bundles in the skynet manifest:

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
Bundle-Name: Gui Plug-in (Incubation)
Bundle-SymbolicName: org.eclipse.osee.framework.ui.skynet;singleton:=true
Bundle-Version: 0.1.0.qualifier
Bundle-Activator: org.eclipse.osee.framework.ui.skynet.SkynetGuiPlugin
Require-Bundle: org.eclipse.ui,
org.eclipse.core.runtime,
org.eclipse.osee.framework.skynet.core,
org.eclipse.osee.framework.jdk.core,
org.eclipse.search,
org.eclipse.nebula.widgets,
==> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.core,
==> org.eclipse.mylyn.zest.layouts,


Other than this I am left with only the Nebula dependency unresolved.

Please note the the ganymed.ssh dependency issue has now disappeared.
Perhaps something else you modified fixed this?

A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain
SVN. Neither is yet official, but I believe (for some odd reason) it is
Polarion that has the inside track for adoption. In the meanwhile it is
(IMHO) not wise to dictate the dependency of one over the other for
OSEE. As the community broadens it may cause an undesirable
distraction. I now have both sets of plug-ins in my workspace and will
let you know if they cause any issues.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568493 is a reply to message #3281] Thu, 27 March 2008 17:04 Go to previous message
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Fixed the remaining Zest dependencies. Sync up and you should have that
resolved.

Not sure how you got the ganymed.ssh dependencies resolved. Changes are
not in to fix that yet.

I'm working on the nebula widgets today.

I was aware of the two SVN clients. Yes, we do not want to be as
in-dependent as possible, but still need some low level functionality that
the SVN clients provide. Maybe that is an area that someone could help
either remove the dependency or ensure that we're compliant with both
clients.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568537 is a reply to message #3311] Thu, 27 March 2008 19:41 Go to previous message
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On 2008-03-27 17:04:49 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Fixed the remaining Zest dependencies. Sync up and you should have
> that resolved.
>
> Not sure how you got the ganymed.ssh dependencies resolved. Changes
> are not in to fix that yet.
>
> I'm working on the nebula widgets today.
>
> I was aware of the two SVN clients. Yes, we do not want to be as
> in-dependent as possible, but still need some low level functionality
> that the SVN clients provide. Maybe that is an area that someone could
> help either remove the dependency or ensure that we're compliant with
> both clients.

Good, we are getting there. Not sure why I missed ganymed.ssh last
round, but it is indeed still there. So we are down to it and nebula as
far as dependencies are concerned.

I am also getting a number of build errors that are not likely to be a
result of the missing dependencies. I will upload the output for there
Errors view so you can have a look.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568566 is a reply to message #3376] Thu, 27 March 2008 19:48 Go to previous message
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Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding changes).
I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with this
information.

OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you will
need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS repository,
expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568602 is a reply to message #3444] Thu, 27 March 2008 20:52 Go to previous message
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On 2008-03-27 19:48:54 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
> you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding
> changes). I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with
> this information.
>
> OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you
> will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
> this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

I will update these tomorrow, but I wanted to give you a heads up on
the errors I mentioned on my previous post. I did not realise that OSEE
is dependent on JDK 6 and we use Macs where the default JDK is 5. This
may be the cause of some of the build errors. I am putting in the new
Preview release of JDK from Apple. I will let you know if this improves
the build situation any tomorrow.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568621 is a reply to message #3444] Fri, 28 March 2008 14:18 Go to previous message
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On 2008-03-27 19:48:54 +0000, donald.g.dunne@boeing.com (Don Dunne) said:

> Ok, nebula widgets is resolved. Below is the checkout information (and
> you will need to sync all your plugins to get the corresponding
> changes). I also updated http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php with
> this information.
>
> OSEE uses Nebula's CalendarCombo. To resolve this dependencies, you
> will need to anonymously connect to the /cvsroot/technology CVS
> repository, expand out the org.eclipse.swt.nebula project and check out
> org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.calendarcombo project. Instructions on doing
> this are at http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_Howto

That fixes everything but ganymed.ssh, which you are working on.

I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
"Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the
project by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You
can do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it
after I have commit privileges.

Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568645 is a reply to message #3544] Fri, 28 March 2008 16:18 Go to previous message
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Great suggestion.

The two ways to achieve committer status is to contribute for a period
of time and then get voted in as a committer OR become a component
project which would automatically make you a committer. Since we don't
know how long it is going to take until your project gets approved,
let's go ahead and work the other path until that happens.

Your fix to the compiling issues would be a great opportunity to have
you start contributing immediately. Could you go ahead and make the
changes to the projects, create a patch file and submit it along with a
bugzilla bug. If you need some help, Jeff Phillips has done this a few
times.

Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
>
> I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
> project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
> "Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the project
> by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
> org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
> the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
> everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You can
> do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it after I
> have commit privileges.
>
> Joel
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568682 is a reply to message #3577] Fri, 28 March 2008 17:01 Go to previous message
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On 2008-03-28 16:18:34 +0000, Don Dunne <donald.g.dunne@boeing.com> said:

> Great suggestion.
>
> The two ways to achieve committer status is to contribute for a period
> of time and then get voted in as a committer OR become a component
> project which would automatically make you a committer. Since we don't
> know how long it is going to take until your project gets approved,
> let's go ahead and work the other path until that happens.
>
> Your fix to the compiling issues would be a great opportunity to have
> you start contributing immediately. Could you go ahead and make the
> changes to the projects, create a patch file and submit it along with a
> bugzilla bug. If you need some help, Jeff Phillips has done this a few
> times.
>
> Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
>>
>> I have installed Java 6, but I needed to manually change all of the
>> project compiler setting to "Enable project specific settings" and
>> "Compiler compliance level" to 6.0. This off course modified the
>> project by creating a /.settings folder which contains a
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file. I would suggest that these be added to
>> the project since not having it set explicitly makes the assumption
>> everyone building OSEE has Jave 6 set as their default compiler. You
>> can do this if you have the bandwidth, else I am happy to handle it
>> after I have commit privileges.
>>
>> Joel

Will happily do that.

joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568728 is a reply to message #3577] Sun, 30 March 2008 13:14 Go to previous message
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A bug report has been filed [224793] and a patch attached. The
attachment is a ZIP file that contains 31 patch files, one for each
OSEE project. Note that I been pedantic and have set the compiler
settings for all project even those, e.g. source and features, that do
not necessarily need them. I opted for completeness and consistency
rather than conciseness and simplicity. If you do not agree, simply do
not apply the patches you feel are irrelevant.

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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568767 is a reply to message #4047] Mon, 31 March 2008 17:23 Go to previous message
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Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
> A bug report has been filed [224793] and a patch attached. The
> attachment is a ZIP file that contains 31 patch files, one for each OSEE
> project. Note that I been pedantic and have set the compiler settings
> for all project even those, e.g. source and features, that do not
> necessarily need them. I opted for completeness and consistency rather
> than conciseness and simplicity. If you do not agree, simply do not
> apply the patches you feel are irrelevant.
>
> Joel

Yes, I saw your bug report this morning. I will apply the patches ASAP.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #568918 is a reply to message #4190] Thu, 03 April 2008 14:06 Go to previous message
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Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
I'm still have the following dependency.

Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25 1207224068613 2609

What am I missing?

Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
result I'm getting the following compilation error:
Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
1207229012347 2611

I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in the
install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries (Optional)
(2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current system". I'm
using OS X.

Any idea on how I resolve this?

Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?

Thanks in advance.

cheers,
chris
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569054 is a reply to message #4609] Thu, 10 April 2008 17:52 Go to previous message
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Chris Webb wrote:
> Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
> I'm still have the following dependency.
>
> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
> Time Id
> Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
> org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25
> 1207224068613 2609
>
> What am I missing?
>
> Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
> result I'm getting the following compilation error:
> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
> Time Id
> Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
> org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
> 1207229012347 2611
>
> I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in the
> install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries (Optional)
> (2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current system". I'm
> using OS X.
>
> Any idea on how I resolve this?
>
> Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> cheers,
> chris
>

Many have been following the thread on resolving the dependency issues
that existed. All of these problems should be resolved and all
interested parties should be able to get a workspace to successfully
compile using the instructions at http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php

The next phase is to provide information on how to setup a database to
connect to OSEE, perform a database init (sets up all tables and creates
default data for OSEE to use) and also load some demo data for use in
trying out OSEE.

We are working very hard to provide this next step as there are quite a
few persons awaiting this information. I'm hoping to get this
information out by April 18th.

Thanks for your patience and please stay tuned.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569345 is a reply to message #5022] Fri, 11 April 2008 09:22 Go to previous message
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Don,

Thanks for the reply.

I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have been
resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.

This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention you
must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get this
off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in the future.

All the best,
Chris


Don Dunne wrote:
> Chris Webb wrote:
>> Hello, I'm trying to setup OSSE and I've followed this discussion but
>> I'm still have the following dependency.
>>
>> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
>> Time Id
>> Bundle 'lba.framework.ui.skynet' cannot be resolved
>> org.eclipse.osee.ats/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 25
>> 1207224068613 2609
>>
>> What am I missing?
>>
>> Also I have a problem installing the Subversive Connectors and as a
>> result I'm getting the following compilation error:
>> Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation
>> Time Id
>> Bundle 'org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector' cannot be resolved
>> org.eclipse.osee.framework.svn/META-INF MANIFEST.MF line 14
>> 1207229012347 2611
>>
>> I get the following error when I select Subversive SVN Connectors in
>> the install new features wizard, "JavaHL 1.4.5 Win32 Binaries
>> (Optional) (2.0.0.v20080307) operating system does not match current
>> system". I'm using OS X.
>>
>> Any idea on how I resolve this?
>>
>> Finally, once I resolve these issues how do I go about running OSSE?
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> cheers,
>> chris
>>
>
> Many have been following the thread on resolving the dependency issues
> that existed. All of these problems should be resolved and all
> interested parties should be able to get a workspace to successfully
> compile using the instructions at http://www.eclipse.org/osee/devSetup.php
>
> The next phase is to provide information on how to setup a database to
> connect to OSEE, perform a database init (sets up all tables and creates
> default data for OSEE to use) and also load some demo data for use in
> trying out OSEE.
>
> We are working very hard to provide this next step as there are quite a
> few persons awaiting this information. I'm hoping to get this
> information out by April 18th.
>
> Thanks for your patience and please stay tuned.
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569367 is a reply to message #5708] Fri, 11 April 2008 10:08 Go to previous message
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On 2008-04-11 10:22:44 +0100, Chris Webb <yppirtos@yahoo.com> said:

> Don,
>
> Thanks for the reply.
>
> I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have
> been resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.
>
> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get
> this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in
> the future.
>
> All the best,
> Chris

Chris,

I am also using OS X (Leopard) so perhaps I can assist with sorting our
your SVN issues. Which SVN plug-in do you have loaded? I as because I
feel into this one when I started building OSEE. As I note in an
earlier post:
A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain
SVN.

What is required is the polarion plug-in. These should be resolved by
adding the polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation.
This can be done by following the update instructions provided at
http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.

If this is not the problem let me know and we will dig a bit deeper.

Cheers,
Joel
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Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569381 is a reply to message #5708] Fri, 11 April 2008 16:29 Go to previous message
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Chris Webb wrote:
>
> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention you
> must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to get this
> off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved in the future.
>

We are always looking for talented people interested in helping out with
OSEE. Does your interest fall on the usage side or would you like to
help develop areas of OSEE?
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569432 is a reply to message #5726] Sun, 20 April 2008 20:22 Go to previous message
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Joel,

Thanks for you offer.

I have managed to resolve the issue. My mistake was to not to unselect
the Windows specific JavaHL connectors from the update list which then
allows the other connector plugins to install. So my workspace is now
free from errors and I'm eager to see the application in action. Is this
possible now or is further pending information/resources required? If it
is possible how is the application kick started?

cheers,
chris


Joel Rosi-Schwartz wrote:
> On 2008-04-11 10:22:44 +0100, Chris Webb <yppirtos@yahoo.com> said:
>
>> Don,
>>
>> Thanks for the reply.
>>
>> I'd loaded out the latest from SVN and all of the dependencies have
>> been resolved except for my OS X SVN Connectors issue.
>>
>> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
>> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to
>> get this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved
>> in the future.
>>
>> All the best,
>> Chris
>
> Chris,
>
> I am also using OS X (Leopard) so perhaps I can assist with sorting our
> your SVN issues. Which SVN plug-in do you have loaded? I as because I
> feel into this one when I started building OSEE. As I note in an earlier
> post:
> A note on the Subversion dependency. There are actually two
> implementations of Subversion support available. The one from Polarion
> that you depend on and the other from Collabnet who actually maintain SVN.
>
> What is required is the polarion plug-in. These should be resolved by
> adding the polarion subversive plugins to your Eclipse installation.
> This can be done by following the update instructions provided at
> http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project= subversive . I
> added the plugins from the Update Site section of this page.
>
> If this is not the problem let me know and we will dig a bit deeper.
>
> Cheers,
> Joel
Re: Dependeny requirements to build OSEE [message #569458 is a reply to message #5742] Sun, 20 April 2008 20:30 Go to previous message
Chris Webb is currently offline Chris Webb
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Junior Member
Don,

Initially I'm interested in the usage side - I've just got involved in a
start up that requires efficient requirements capture and tracing with a
low cost entry point, hopefull what OSEE will provide :) However, moving
forward this is an area of particular interest to me and, time
permitting, is something I would like to contribute to.

cheers,
chris

Don Dunne wrote:
> Chris Webb wrote:
>>
>> This is a very interesting project so I can understand the attention
>> you must be getting and realise the effort that must be required to
>> get this off the ground. I'm certainly interested in getting involved
>> in the future.
>>
>
> We are always looking for talented people interested in helping out with
> OSEE. Does your interest fall on the usage side or would you like to
> help develop areas of OSEE?
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