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Third party libraries used by TPTP [message #4875] Mon, 17 July 2006 14:58 Go to next message
Hubert Leung is currently offline Hubert LeungFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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The TPTP project uses several third party libraries/bundles, which are also
being used in other eclipse projects. The Orbit project will be very useful
in standardizing the naming and versioning of these common plugins, and I
would like to represent TPTP towards this effort.

Currently, TPTP uses the following third party plugins, which are candidates
for the Orbit project:
- Apache commons logging
- Apache log4j
- Apache Xerces
- Batik
- Batik PDF

The first three plugins now reside in the WTP CVS repository, and the last
two reside in the GMF CVS repository.


Hubert Leung
Re: Third party libraries used by TPTP [message #4943 is a reply to message #4875] Tue, 25 July 2006 19:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
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The GMF project is interested in participating and would definitely like to
see our Batik components launched into Orbit (sorry, couldn't resist ;-).

- Rich


On 7/17/06 10:58 AM, in article e9g8in$k1v$1@utils.eclipse.org, "Hubert
Leung" <hkyleung@ca.ibm.com> wrote:

> The TPTP project uses several third party libraries/bundles, which are also
> being used in other eclipse projects. The Orbit project will be very useful
> in standardizing the naming and versioning of these common plugins, and I
> would like to represent TPTP towards this effort.
>
> Currently, TPTP uses the following third party plugins, which are candidates
> for the Orbit project:
> - Apache commons logging
> - Apache log4j
> - Apache Xerces
> - Batik
> - Batik PDF
>
> The first three plugins now reside in the WTP CVS repository, and the last
> two reside in the GMF CVS repository.
>
>
> Hubert Leung
>
>
Re: Third party libraries used by TPTP [message #5008 is a reply to message #4943] Wed, 26 July 2006 18:10 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: jeff_mcaffer.REMOVE.ca.ibm.com

Richard Gronback wrote:
> The GMF project is interested in participating and would definitely like to
> see our Batik components launched into Orbit (sorry, couldn't resist ;-).

Great. As for the pun, well that was one of the attributes of choosing
"Orbit" as a name...

Sometime over the next couple weeks we will put together a list all the
libs, their contributors etc.

Jeff
Re: Third party libraries used by TPTP [message #561201 is a reply to message #4875] Tue, 25 July 2006 19:20 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The GMF project is interested in participating and would definitely like to
see our Batik components launched into Orbit (sorry, couldn't resist ;-).

- Rich


On 7/17/06 10:58 AM, in article e9g8in$k1v$1@utils.eclipse.org, "Hubert
Leung" <hkyleung@ca.ibm.com> wrote:

> The TPTP project uses several third party libraries/bundles, which are also
> being used in other eclipse projects. The Orbit project will be very useful
> in standardizing the naming and versioning of these common plugins, and I
> would like to represent TPTP towards this effort.
>
> Currently, TPTP uses the following third party plugins, which are candidates
> for the Orbit project:
> - Apache commons logging
> - Apache log4j
> - Apache Xerces
> - Batik
> - Batik PDF
>
> The first three plugins now reside in the WTP CVS repository, and the last
> two reside in the GMF CVS repository.
>
>
> Hubert Leung
>
>
Re: Third party libraries used by TPTP [message #561215 is a reply to message #4943] Wed, 26 July 2006 18:10 Go to previous message
Jeff McAffer is currently offline Jeff McAfferFriend
Messages: 104
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Richard Gronback wrote:
> The GMF project is interested in participating and would definitely like to
> see our Batik components launched into Orbit (sorry, couldn't resist ;-).

Great. As for the pun, well that was one of the attributes of choosing
"Orbit" as a name...

Sometime over the next couple weeks we will put together a list all the
libs, their contributors etc.

Jeff
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