|No component named org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.motif.hpux.PA_RISC [message #545152]
||Tue, 06 July 2010 15:17
Registered: July 2009
I have just installed Eclipse 3.6 with the Delta Pack and Buckminster Core and PDE Support. Then I tried to do a Buckminster build (site.p2) inside Eclipse but get the following error:
No component named org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.motif.hpux.PA_RISC:osgi.bundle/ [1.0.0,raw:MpM)(&(target.arch=PA_RISC)(target.os=hpux)(t arget.ws=motif)) is known to Buckminster
I checked the DeltaPack and *motif.hpux.PA_RISC is really not included anymore (it was in 3.5.1). Is this support removed by design?
I don't really care about motif.hpux.PA_RISC but I build my site with:
Is there a ways to set a filter to build all target.arch except PA_RISC?
|Re: No component named org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.motif.hpux.PA_RISC [message #545846 is a reply to message #545584]
||Fri, 09 July 2010 07:37
| Thomas Hallgren
Registered: July 2009
On 07/08/2010 12:28 PM, Stephan wrote:
> Hi Thomas
> Sorry, this was my fault. We created a (reduced) copy of org.eclipse.rcp
> for our "rich server applications" and there PA_RISC was still
> referenced. Now I deleted the launcher* plugins from our server feature
> and include the feature org.eclipse.equinox.executable instead. After
> this change the build worked fine again.
> a) In the Buckminster book, the product example references
> org.eclipse.rcp and org.eclipse.equinox.executable. Is the later really
> needed because the same references are already part of o.e.rcp?
If you're using the o.e.rcp then you don't need the o.e.e.executable. It is only needed when you want to build things
that doesn't include a UI and hence cannot use o.e.rcp.
> b) Any ideas why o.e.rcp does not include o.e.e.executable?
I think the reason is that historically the o.e.e.executable is considered a "build time" feature. This has since been
The feature still contains references to launchers that doesn't exist. I raised a bug for this earlier today:
All in all, I consider the whole "delta pack" business a bit ugly. It can (and IMHO should) be replaced by proper
resolution using p2 repositories. Buckminsters own builds stopped using the delta pack as soon as p2 entered the scene
and the o.e.e.executable became available.
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