|Kepler build and dependencies [message #1011578]
||Tue, 19 February 2013 15:54
several of my submitted bugs have apparently fixed, at least I got a message
that it ought to be so. Know, I'd like to test if they are really abandonded
Is there a way to download the intermediate Kepler versions of Papyrus; and
what dependencies will there be? Is there a documentation available how to
set up this environment?
|Re: Kepler build and dependencies [message #1011899 is a reply to message #1011882]
||Wed, 20 February 2013 07:56
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
There is an increasing ability for modelling projects to try to install
on Galileo, since no critical platform changes have occurred since then.
Xtext and Acceleo have led the way here. EMF has recently reduced its
lower-bound. OCL's Juno release is much more forgiving.
However Xtext has regular major releases, so you need the right Xtext.
UML2 had a major change for Juno. In practice you can probably have an
old Eclipse platform but will need a coherent set of EMF and EMF-derived
plugins; so all Juno or all Kepler-M5 or ...
Camille: However, again, if you have never tried it, you will probably
find that some new plugin has the current EMF as its lower bound by
default. You need to do a practice install on e.g. Helios to discover
where you need to reduce dependency lower bounds.
On 20/02/2013 12:20, Camille Letavernier wrote:
> Hello Mariem,
> Simply installing Papyrus Kepler on Eclipse Juno won't work. However,
> you may try to install all Kepler plug-ins (including, for example,
> UML2-Kepler, OCL-Kepler, etc.) on an Eclipse Juno platform. It
> probably won't work, however. Never tried that.
> All Eclipse-train plug-ins (and platform) are released simultaneously
> to ensure a consistent set of components. Trying to install some
> Kepler components on a Juno platform is absolutely not guaranteed to
> be possible.
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