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Multipath Target Platforms [message #1125727] Fri, 04 October 2013 20:44
Terran Gilman is currently offline Terran GilmanFriend
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When using Buckminster within the IDE, you have a base target platform from the host Eclipse instance and a secondary path defaulting to {workspace.root}/.buckminster/tp. This is quite handy as it allows you to have a baseline and a workspace specific set of plugins to compile against.

Is there a way to simulate this behavior when running headless? Specifically I'm using Buckminster with Hudson to build several products. The baseline target platform is quite large so I have the import and materialization of that definition located in a separate job. The Buckminster plugin for Hudson is nice enough to keep track of that target platform and provides a drop down to select it in downstream jobs.

The problem I am running into is the downstream jobs are materializing binary dependencies into this directory instead of a local directory and stepping on each other's toes. What I need is to be able to use the base line target platform generated by the first job, but force new dependencies to be materialized in the local workspace. Any Ideas?
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