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[buckminster-dev] Buckminster+Hudson Problem resolving directories in target definition [message #667449] Thu, 28 April 2011 19:00
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Originally posted by: lukas.ladenberger.gmx.de

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Hello,

I have a problem in resolving directories (the directory contains bundle
jars) in my target definition file when executing importtargetdefinition
as a buckminster command in hudson. As a consequence i can not build my
product and i get of course i.e. the following error:

ERROR [0006] : No suitable provider for component xy was found in
resourceMap site.rmap


For your information: I have two jobs in hudson: The first one creates
my target platform and the second one builds my product referencing the
target platform from job number one.

I found this post with the same problem:
http://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php?t=msg&th=164508& amp;start=0&

But the solution to create a new feature with my bundles and do export
manually an update site seems not to be a clean solution.

Do you have a better solution?

Thanks,
Lukas

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I have a problem in resolving directories (the directory contains
bundle jars) in my target definition file when executing
importtargetdefinition as a buckminster command in hudson. As a
consequence i can not build my product and i get of course i.e.
the following error:
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