|Publishing p2 site via svn [message #654155]
||Mon, 14 February 2011 07:28
| Tobias Kniep
Registered: June 2010
for various reasons we cannot use a webserver with a P2 Update Site for distributing our plugin updates to the development team.
Therefore, we currently generate our P2 Site (using the p2.site action) into a folder which is under
version control (SVN).
In principle this works fine. After doing a svn up and restarting Eclipse on the team's machines, the updated plugins are available.
One problem, however, is that each time after running p2.site we have to add new files to the SVN repository. This is because of the version string the names of the jar-files under site.p2/features and site.p2/plugins. We use the build timestamp for qualifier replacement leading to a new version number in each build. Our repository quickly fills up with a lot of jar-files which are not really needed because we could simply use older SVN revisions to retrieve older versions of the bundles. Currently, we end up regularly removing the old files from SVN.
One possible solution would be (I think) to not add version information to the names of the jar-files and thus overwrite the old version of the files with each build. E.g.:
However, this seems to be violating the naming conventions and as fast as I understand Buckminsters ANT-Tasks (e.g. create.bundle.jar) the usage of version strings is hardcoded.
Does anyone have a similar setup and can provide some hints on how to get rid of all this
adding/removing of files in SVN?
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