|Re: Migration to 3.0 - copyArtifacts problem [message #1015179 is a reply to message #1015135]
||Wed, 27 February 2013 16:41
| Winston Prakash
Registered: August 2011
Location: Fremont, CA USA
In Hudson there are two entities, |
- Plugin Center: responsible for downloading the plugins from Plugin Central (http://hudson-ci.org/PluginCentral3/) and provides UI to install, disable and update the plugins. It looks only at the .hpi file in the <Hudson-HOME>/plugins folder. It would show the plugn as installed if it sees the .hpi file in the <Hudson-HOME>/plugins folder
- Plugin Manager: responsible for loading the plugin when Hudson starts. First it looks at the .hpi file and see if there is a corresponding folder exists. If not it, creates one and extracts the contents from .hpi in to that folder and then loads content from the folder. However, if the folder exists, but it contents are empty, it is not smart enough to know there is a problem.
I'm wondering how the folder corresponding to JNA support happened to be empty. Another work around is simply remove the folder and restart Hudson. Plugin manager will extract the contents afterwards.
Eclipse Hudson team
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