|Custom distros for private use? [message #576195]
||Thu, 28 February 2008 18:05
| Aaron Siri
Registered: July 2009
I'm attempting to use the EPP features for creating a custom distro for |
use within my company. It is mainly a version of Eclipse with the
plugins we need already installed and ready to go. I have a few questions:
1. Is creating custom distros for private (local) use an expected use of
2. Which versions of Eclipse are expected to be in the rootFileFolder?
The RCP versions? SDK? I don't want to have a mirror of the entire
eclipse.org downloads and am wondering what I need for EPP to build bundles.
3. Are non-eclipse.org update sites supported? (I was having problems
pulling a feature from a non eclipse.org site and want to make sure EPP
wasn't hardwired to work with eclipse.org.)
4. (This may be related to question 2 above) I've created a
configuration file and, using the CVS version of EPP as described in
"How to build a package locally" it seems to get through a lot of the
packaging process until it gets to the "Building configured
application..." step. All I see is (via an ant target):
> [java] Building configured application...
> [java] Configuration files taken from /home/aaronsi/workspace/packagerConfiguration.
> [java] The application will be built in /home/aaronsi/workspace.
at which point it dies silently. Any idea on what should be happening
next or what I'm doing wrong? I have the SDK and RCP eclipse packages
in the rootFileFolder.
Thanks for any info.
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