|Re: [buckminster-dev] Buckminster code-base has moved to Git [message #691293 is a reply to message #691165]
||Fri, 01 July 2011 07:21
|| Thomas Hallgren
Registered: July 2009
On 2011-06-30 23:15, Ian Bull wrote:|
> Btw, are you maintaining stable qualifiers? That is, if a bundle doesn't
> change from build to build are you ensuring that the qualifiers remain
> the same? I'm trying to get a sense of how people are doing this with git.
> Buckminster has a qualifier generator that finds the latest commit that affects a given subtree (in this case a
> project). We use the timestamp of such commits directly for plug-in qualifiers. For features, we calculate the last
> timestamp for all included features, plug-ins, and the feature project itself and use that. There are some corner
> cases when this approach isn't fail proof but the way we use it, it works perfectly. Our qualifiers will remain the
> same as long as our code is unchanged.
> And this works with Git?
> I wonder if this work could be reused in Eclipse Releng Tool .
The relevant code can be viewed here:
Take a look at the method getLastModification() at line 103
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