|attaching source to third party bundles [message #988574]
||Fri, 30 November 2012 14:55
| Flavio Donze
Registered: July 2009
I have a software which uses a TargetDefinition to gather all target bundles.
Part of that TargetDefinition is my own update site which I generate to provide third party bundles (apache common, javax, spring ...).
For this update site I have a separated workspace which is almost empty, it only contains one feature "bundlepool-feature".
The target platform of this workspace points to a local directory, where all the third party bundles are located.
In the third party directory I also have source jars (e.g. commons-io-2.4-sources.jar).
The problem, when I generate the update site, the source bundles are ignored. Which makes sense, how would eclipse now where the sources are.
To create the update site I use Export->Plug-In Development->Deployable features.
There is an options for exporting sources but this only concerns active workspace bundles.
I found documentation about attaching sources to bundles, but always about active workspace bundles.
Could somebody point me to the right documentation, has anybody had the same problems?
Greets and thanks for any help.
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