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Is it possible to mirror a deltapack and refer to it (as update site) in a *.target definition? [message #658233] Mon, 07 March 2011 14:08
Antonel Ernest Pazargic is currently offline Antonel Ernest PazargicFriend
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Registered: July 2009
I am trying to create a valid DeltaPack update site using p2.mirror, using
the following p2.mirror ant task (see platform.doc.isv/guide/p2_repositorytasks.htm):

<target name="p2.mirror.deltapack">
<p2.mirror source="${helios.updates}" verbose="true"
<destination location="file://${repository.deltapack.loc}" name="RCP
Delta Pack" />
<iu id=""/>
<iu id=""/>
<iu id=""/>
<iu id="org.eclipse.equinox.executable"/>
<slicingOptions includeOptional="false" includeNonGreedy="false"
followStrict="true" followOnlyFilteredRequirements="true" />

It seems that the the whole DP features & bundles are successfully
mirrored/downloaded to the local directory, say, ${DELTA_PACK_LOCATION}.

Looking at ${DELTA_PACK_LOCATION} it looks like a valid p2-like
update-site to me.

But if I am trying to refer to this location in my *.target (as update
site), the PDE sees an empty content.
I didn't managed to successfully refer to is in my *.target definition.

Does anyone managed to mirror the DeltPack, and successfully refer to it?

I have tried to use the Equinox/p2/Installer (see here, but unfortunately it seems
these installers are unavailable. Is it a URL issue or the p2 installers
projects are no more under development?

Thank you in advance for your help


I've managed to mirror locally all required RCP features (RCP, Help, P2
user UI) but I failed to create a mirror for DeltaPack.
So I cannot (PDE)build the RCP product. :(((
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