|Re: How to test new custom ProjectCatalog? [message #1730129 is a reply to message #1730031]
||Thu, 21 April 2016 15:00
| Michael Vorburger
Registered: July 2009
> Is all that open source? We can consider adding more public catalogs...|
Yep, OpenDaylight is 100% source - Linux Foundation and all. Would LOVE to have this showing up in the Installer out-of-the-box - I'll send you a Gerrit, once this all works..
> We do provide two redirectable catalogs
With -Doomph.redirection.opendaylight=index:/redirectable.projects.setup->file:/home/vorburger/dev/ODL-byOomph/git/opendaylight-eclipse-setup/org.opendaylight.projects.setup, note using index:/redirectable.projects.setup instead of http://git.eclipse.org/c/oomph/org.eclipse.oomph.git/tree/setups/redirectable.projects.setup, as someone documented on https://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Oomph_Authoring#Hosting_your_own_index_.2F_catalogs (RTFM first next time..), it does now show up a new catalog, but it's EMPTY.
What's VERY STRANGE is that it's not empty and seems to work (more tests TBD) if I refer to the SAME setup by adding a new <projectCatalog href="file:/home/vorburger/dev/ODL-byOomph/git/opendaylight-eclipse-setup/org.opendaylight.projects.setup#/"/> before the <projectCatalog href="redirectable.projects.setup#/"/> of org.eclipse.setup in an Oomph'd Oomph development workspace (you don't even have to launch a IDE or Setup - because org.eclipse.setup is redirected). So I know once I'm done and send you a Gerrit it should work for others in the end - but why does the redirectable.projects.setup not work (Catalog showing, but empty)? For local testing by beta testers, without having to have a full Oomph'd Oomph development workspace, and until we have a merged Gerrit, that would still be very handy... help!
PS just FYI others: One also has to remember, and I forgot, to enable such new catalogs by selecting it in the folders icon of the drop-down in the upper right hand corner of the wizard's Projects page, otherwise it will be invisible. I've updated the Wiki about that.
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