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Buckminster questions about build practices [message #536013] Wed, 26 May 2010 16:01 Go to next message
Geejay is currently offline GeejayFriend
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Registered: February 2010
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I got a simple build working with Buckminster with a plain RCP app.

Now my app has grown and I am using some 3rd party JARs that I have turned
into OSGi bundles. These are, at the moment, living as directories in my
target platform.

My goal is to do a one-click materialize into Eclipse.

I have tried bundling all these external JARs into a feature. Then I did an
Export -> Deployable Features. I end up with either a directory or a ZIP
file.

How do I then use this in a Buckminster RMAP (e.g readerType eclipse-import)
?

Is there any way Buckminster can materialize these JARs into a target
platform ?

Many thanks

Greg
Re: Buckminster questions about build practices [message #536036 is a reply to message #536013] Wed, 26 May 2010 18:02 Go to previous message
Henrik Lindberg is currently offline Henrik LindbergFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Yes, buckminster can materialize to a target platform. What most do is
to publish the binary bundles to a p2 repo and use buckminster's p2
materializer to get them into the tp.

- henrik

"geejay" <gjmcknight@schlagundrahm.ch> wrote:
> I got a simple build working with Buckminster with a plain RCP app.
>
> Now my app has grown and I am using some 3rd party JARs that I have
> turned into OSGi bundles. These are, at the moment, living as
> directories in my target platform.
>
> My goal is to do a one-click materialize into Eclipse.
>
> I have tried bundling all these external JARs into a feature. Then I
> did an Export -> Deployable Features. I end up with either a directory
> or a ZIP file.
>
> How do I then use this in a Buckminster RMAP (e.g readerType
> eclipse-import) ?
>
> Is there any way Buckminster can materialize these JARs into a target
> platform ?
>
> Many thanks
>
> Greg
>


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- henrik
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