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buckminster and the delta pack [message #505218] Mon, 28 December 2009 11:49 Go to next message
Ted Kubaska is currently offline Ted Kubaska
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Registered: July 2009
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We're (Eclipse/ECF) using Hudson/Buckminster for our builds. One of (will be more) of our builds needs to use the delta pack ... we want to build for both Windows and Linux.

Does the delta pack work with the eclipse exe that came with Buckminster? I tried bringing up an osgi console with this eclipse as

./eclipse -Console


saw the osgi> prompt but then got a seg fault. I guess what I'm trying to do is install an additional plugin via the command line. Can we do this (or should we) with the eclipse that Buckminster uses?
-ted
Re: buckminster and the delta pack [message #505226 is a reply to message #505218] Mon, 28 December 2009 12:28 Go to previous message
Thomas Hallgren is currently offline Thomas Hallgren
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Ted,
I strongly recommend that you don't use the delta pack and instead set up our target platform for the build so that it
contains the multi-platform setup that you use. This is normally the case when you use target.os, target.arch, and
target.ws set to '*'. You can also achieve this by installing this feature into your TP using a 'Software Site'.

The buckminster launcher doesn't care about the delta-pack at all unless you mix your runtime with your target platform
(not recommended). Buckminster comes with two launchers, one shell script for Linux and a bat file for Windows. You
normally don't need an executable to launch Buckminster.

Regards,
Thomas Hallgren


On 2009-12-28 17:49, Ted Kubaska wrote:
> We're (Eclipse/ECF) using Hudson/Buckminster for our builds. One of
> (will be more) of our builds needs to use the delta pack ... we want to
> build for both Windows and Linux.
> Does the delta pack work with the eclipse exe that came with
> Buckminster? I tried bringing up an osgi console with this eclipse as
>
> /eclipse -Console
>
> saw the osgi> prompt but then got a seg fault. I guess what I'm trying
> to do is install an additional plugin via the command line. Can we do
> this (or should we) with the eclipse that Buckminster uses?
> -ted
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