|Re: failed to run against Eclipse 4.15 [message #1827693 is a reply to message #1827436]
||Wed, 20 May 2020 20:40
| Stephane fournier
Registered: July 2009
Thanks a lot Tom, it is crystal clear, I'm with you ;D|
Same philo to me regarding upgrading a target platform.
I used to run against 2014 Modeling SR1, then 2016 Modeling SR1.
After 4 years, I'm upgrading again: platform, EMF, EFX and CDO.
To get something stable without regressions as you said it could be quite challenging, that why I try to be up-to-date as maximum to have a good ROI of the effort of moving on.
2019-12 with NB builds is perfect for my needs
Thomas Schindl wrote on Thu, 14 May 2020 15:39
3.6.x is built against a fairly old target platform, we don't upgrade our target platform frequently because we got tired to hunt regressions introduced by the platform team and yes we need to use internal APIs there was/is no way around that. Anyways the current nightly builds run against 2019-12 so you should be able to update to the nightly target
Final note the current nightly is going to be what we'll releasing in the next few weeks.
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