|Re: Hudson CI Live [message #648697 is a reply to message #646676]
||Fri, 14 January 2011 04:19
| Tuomas Kiviaho
Registered: July 2009
I hope that the CI would be producing snapshots as well to a public repo since I tried to build the project myself and stumbled upon unresolvable dependencies. |
I looked at some of the bundles and saw couple of hard-coded repositories. Once I placed exceptions for them to my mirror settings I was able to proceed.
geotoolkit repo gave me core unitofmeasure package (I wonder why this isn't in available in central) and icu4j 188.8.131.52 came from openl10n (which is a nexus group directory and the actual repo was http://nexus.openl10n.net/content/repositories/thirdparty/, there is already version 4.6 in central)
org.eclipse.core.runtime came from now deprecated http://repository.jboss.org/maven2 (new repo doesn't have it anymore)
[Updated on: Fri, 14 January 2011 04:43]
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|Re: Hudson CI Live [message #655356 is a reply to message #650307]
||Sat, 19 February 2011 19:32
| Werner Keil
Registered: July 2009
See answers below.|
Beside that, please note, the download site:
offers both a ZIP archive for either your main Eclipse or "dropins" folder
(works in both for all who tested it)
and an update site, currently also under "download". We're working with
Eclipse Foundation to see, if the "official" place under
"downloads.eclipse.org" may work sooner or later.
At least Babel reports having problems, see towards the end, they're
struggeling to import the update site due to its URL layout.
"Tuomas Kiviaho" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> >Can you please tell us more about some of the settings?
> I'm using mirror in my settings.xml that mirrors every external repository
> (that is "external:*"). This usually breaks builds on projects that rely
> on other repositories than maven central and I have to either patch the
> settings.xml with (such as !OpenL10n,!jboss) or include the repo to the
> mirror itself.
I removed some of them. Did that help, although at least Unit-API still
won't come from any place other than GeoAPI. Working on that, if Sonatype
was to host it as below, dependencies may also work there.
> I forgot to mention in my last post that Sonatype Forge also hosts eclipse
> related artifacts but I could not find the one in use in this project from
I'll ask them if I get a chance.
>>Are you an active Eclipse Committer to any project?
> No, I'm not
Would you consider that at some point? Also a simple Bugzilla account, would
as soon as the Babel process and server succeeded with message creation for
UOMo allow translations.
If people in Finland use measurements either in their main language or
Swedish (I worked at Nokia so I know, many parts of the country use 2 signs
and languages;-) or even have special local units that are common in
business or everyday live, UOMo is keen to learn about them.
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