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How to deal with missing platform dependencies in Indigo? [message #660103] Wed, 16 March 2011 16:02 Go to next message
Miles Parker is currently offline Miles Parker
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Sort of in a tight spot here.. wondering how to deal with missing targets in Indigo such as: swt.gtk.aix.ppc64. They're making it impossible for me to get local build, i.e. I get:


ERROR [0204] : No suitable provider for component org.eclipse.swt.gtk.hpux.ia64_32:osgi.bundle/[3.7.0.v3721b,3 .7.0.v3721b](&(target.arch=ia64_32)(target.os=hpux)(targ et.ws=gtk)) was found in searchPath orbit
ERROR [0204] : Rejecting provider p2({0}/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S20110304120314/repositor y[ http://download.eclipse.org/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S201 10304120314/repository]): No component match was found

I recall seeing a bugzilla about this but I don't think there was a resolution there. Anyway to deal with this?

thanks,

Miles
Re: How to deal with missing platform dependencies in Indigo? [message #660112 is a reply to message #660103] Wed, 16 March 2011 17:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thomas Hallgren is currently offline Thomas Hallgren
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Hi Miles,

Could it be that you just have the Indigo repository and not the Eclipse platform milestones in your rmap? I'm not sure
if gtk.hpux.ia64_34 is supported by Indigo. If it is, then perhaps this is a regression?

There was a bugzilla about unresolved requirements in the org.eclipse.rcp feature but it concerned other bundles and was
fixed in time for 3.7M6.

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=337026

In any case, a quick workaround should be do the following:

1. Add an advisor node to your cquery for the missing bundle where you set skip to true.
2. Tell Buckminster to circumvent this issue during build by passing
-Dbuckminster.handle.incomplete.platform.features=true to the perform command. It's not pretty, but it should work.

HTH,
- thomas


On 2011-03-16 21:02, Miles Parker wrote:
> Sort of in a tight spot here.. wondering how to deal with missing targets in Indigo such as: swt.gtk.aix.ppc64. They're
> making it impossible for me to get local build, i.e. I get:
>
>
> ERROR [0204] : No suitable provider for component org.eclipse.swt.gtk.hpux.ia64_32:osgi.bundle/[3.7.0.v3721b,3
> .7.0.v3721b](&(target.arch=ia64_32)(target.os=hpux)(targ et.ws=gtk)) was found in searchPath orbit
> ERROR [0204] : Rejecting provider p2({0}/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S20110304120314/repositor
> y[ http://download.eclipse.org/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S201 10304120314/repository]): No component match was found
>
> I recall seeing a bugzilla about this but I don't think there was a resolution there. Anyway to deal with this?
>
> thanks,
>
> Miles
Re: How to deal with missing platform dependencies in Indigo? [message #660125 is a reply to message #660112] Wed, 16 March 2011 19:31 Go to previous message
Miles Parker is currently offline Miles Parker
Messages: 1338
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Thanks for the quick reply, Thomas. I have eclipse/updates/3.7 . It may just be a local configuration issue. I'll be able to diagnose more once I get it up on my headless build.

Thomas Hallgren wrote on Wed, 16 March 2011 17:22
Hi Miles,

Could it be that you just have the Indigo repository and not the Eclipse platform milestones in your rmap? I'm not sure
if gtk.hpux.ia64_34 is supported by Indigo. If it is, then perhaps this is a regression?

There was a bugzilla about unresolved requirements in the org.eclipse.rcp feature but it concerned other bundles and was
fixed in time for 3.7M6.

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=337026

In any case, a quick workaround should be do the following:

1. Add an advisor node to your cquery for the missing bundle where you set skip to true.
2. Tell Buckminster to circumvent this issue during build by passing
-Dbuckminster.handle.incomplete.platform.features=true to the perform command. It's not pretty, but it should work.

HTH,
- thomas


On 2011-03-16 21:02, Miles Parker wrote:
> Sort of in a tight spot here.. wondering how to deal with missing targets in Indigo such as: swt.gtk.aix.ppc64. They're
> making it impossible for me to get local build, i.e. I get:
>
>
> ERROR [0204] : No suitable provider for component org.eclipse.swt.gtk.hpux.ia64_32:osgi.bundle/[3.7.0.v3721b,3
> .7.0.v3721b](&(target.arch=ia64_32)(target.os=hpux)(targ et.ws=gtk)) was found in searchPath orbit
> ERROR [0204] : Rejecting provider p2({0}/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S20110304120314/repositor
> y[ http://download.eclipse.org/tools/orbit/downloads/drops/S201 10304120314/repository]): No component match was found
>
> I recall seeing a bugzilla about this but I don't think there was a resolution there. Anyway to deal with this?
>
> thanks,
>
> Miles

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