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Resolving cquery results in "Resetting target platform Buckminster Default TP" [message #754647] Thu, 03 November 2011 18:10 Go to next message
Scott Hendrickson is currently offline Scott Hendrickson
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Registered: December 2009
Junior Member
I run buckminster as three separate steps:

1) buckminster importtargetdefinition -A http://www.archstudio.org/svn/main/5/branches/buckminster/org.archstudio.releng/test/eclipse-3.7.target
2) buckminster resolve http://www.archstudio.org/svn/main/5/branches/buckminster/org.archstudio.releng/test/component.cquery
3) buckminster perform "org.archstudio.dblgen.headless.p2#site.p2"

The output of the resolve command includes the text "Resetting target platform Buckminster Default TP", and the subsequent perform command fails with a "No component named org.eclipse.emf:eclipse.feature is known to Buckminster". However, I know that the emf feature is included in the target platform.

It seems that the target platform that I resolved in the first, importtargetdefinition step is forgotten in the second, resolve step.

Any ideas of how to fix that?

Thank you,
-- Scott
Re: Resolving cquery results in "Resetting target platform Buckminster Default TP" [message #754978 is a reply to message #754647] Sun, 06 November 2011 10:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Benjamin Klatt is currently offline Benjamin Klatt
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Registered: September 2010
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Hi Scott,

how did you specify your target? I had a similar problem when creating a target file in the eclipse IDE. I used the type installation what resulted in a
<location path="..." type="Profile"/> specification in the target file. When I changed this to type="Directory" it worked fine.

Cheers
Benjamin
Re: Resolving cquery results in &quot;Resetting target platform Buckminster Default TP&quot; [message #776534 is a reply to message #754647] Sun, 08 January 2012 17:48 Go to previous message
Scott Hendrickson is currently offline Scott Hendrickson
Messages: 21
Registered: December 2009
Junior Member
bump. I've tried to simplify the example, but haven't been successful in
doing so.
-- Scott

On 11/3/2011 11:10 AM, Scott Hendrickson wrote:
> I run buckminster as three separate steps:
>
> 1) buckminster importtargetdefinition -A
> http://www.archstudio.org/svn/main/5/branches/buckminster/org.archstudio.releng/test/eclipse-3.7.target
>
> 2) buckminster resolve
> http://www.archstudio.org/svn/main/5/branches/buckminster/org.archstudio.releng/test/component.cquery
>
> 3) buckminster perform "org.archstudio.dblgen.headless.p2#site.p2"
>
> The output of the resolve command includes the text "Resetting target
> platform Buckminster Default TP", and the subsequent perform command
> fails with a "No component named org.eclipse.emf:eclipse.feature is
> known to Buckminster". However, I know that the emf feature is included
> in the target platform.
>
> It seems that the target platform that I resolved in the first,
> importtargetdefinition step is forgotten in the second, resolve step.
>
> Any ideas of how to fix that?
>
> Thank you,
> -- Scott
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