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Setting up a local site for Eclipse update [message #37726] Thu, 27 October 2005 02:02
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Originally posted by: vasantha.banagala.abs.gov.au

Hi,

Updating Eclipse and plug-ins is a sensitive issue in an organisation.
Part of the problem is most updates do not get through the firewalls. The
other point is organisations prefer tested software (plug-ins) to be
offered to Eclipse users; Effectively reduce frequent and risky updates
over the internet.

The answer to this problem is to setup a local update site. Are there any
articles that discuss this issue. If the update site provides a site XML
one can read through and find out what gets updates. If no site XML is
available then one has to check what .jar files and zip files are
delivered during the update and which files on your computer gets
overwriiten. Sometimes only a URL is the hint to the update. In this
instance how do we find what should be done in the local update site to
replicate the effect.

Thanks in advance,

Vas
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