|Re: Is there a WTP R3.1 p2 repository? [message #222301 is a reply to message #222284]
||Sun, 28 September 2008 21:02
Originally posted by: jmordax.terra.es|
David Williams wrote:
> If we had one, it'd be in
> Is this really helpful to you if we had only webtools in there?
> You'd need something similar for EMF, XSD, GEF, and DTP and, you'd
> have to get all
> those first, before WTP's milestone update site would work.
> It'll take some work to get a true P2 repository that sucks in (or
> points to) everything.
> Maybe by M3 or M4.
I agree with you. I tried to mean exactly that... a repository about WTP
and its dependencies. I understand it makes more sense a Galielo p2
Basically, what I was looking for was an easy way to install Eclipse 3.5
Mx and then via Updating process, install WTP 3.1 Mx as I can do today
with Ganymede. But I understand that today we don't have this yet so we
should do everything manually. Right?
|Re: Is there a WTP R3.1 p2 repository? [message #222309 is a reply to message #222301]
||Sun, 28 September 2008 21:29
Originally posted by: david_williams.linux.vnet.ibm.com|
> ... so we should do everything manually. Right?
Right. It is a little unclear what we (the Eclipse Simultaneous Release)
will do for the Galileo release.
But probably won't be the "one big update site" again. With P2, there's
supposed to be "better options" ...
but I have not heard how to do those.
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