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Director and how it finds components [message #540156] Tue, 15 June 2010 08:16 Go to next message
Geejay is currently offline GeejayFriend
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Registered: February 2010
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Hi all

How does Buckminster and the director application know where to get the
target platform components?

For example:

director -consolelog -r file://<path/to/p2/site> -d
<path/to/destination/folder> -i com.example.mail.product

If I am only supplying a local repository "-r file://<path/to/p2/site>"
(without target platform components, such as org.eclipse.osgi.services), how
does the director know how to resolve the required target platform
components?

Thanks

Greg
Re: Director and how it finds components [message #540157 is a reply to message #540156] Tue, 15 June 2010 08:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Peter Kullmann is currently offline Peter KullmannFriend
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Hi Greg

The p2 repository file://<path/to/p2/site> should already contain all
the required artifacts. It does so in the mail example.

Peter


geejay schrieb:
> Hi all
>
> How does Buckminster and the director application know where to get the
> target platform components?
>
> For example:
>
> director -consolelog -r file://<path/to/p2/site> -d
> <path/to/destination/folder> -i com.example.mail.product
>
> If I am only supplying a local repository "-r file://<path/to/p2/site>"
> (without target platform components, such as org.eclipse.osgi.services),
> how does the director know how to resolve the required target platform
> components?
>
> Thanks
>
> Greg
Re: Director and how it finds components [message #540203 is a reply to message #540157] Tue, 15 June 2010 11:17 Go to previous message
Geejay is currently offline GeejayFriend
Messages: 160
Registered: February 2010
Senior Member
Ok, and this is because useTargetPlatform is set to false.

Which leads me to the next question:

How do I copy the components from the seperate target platform build into
the workspace of the current CQUERY?

"Peter Kullmann" <p.kullmann@arenae.ch> wrote in message
news:hv7d4o$1gu$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Greg
>
> The p2 repository file://<path/to/p2/site> should already contain all the
> required artifacts. It does so in the mail example.
>
> Peter
>
>
> geejay schrieb:
>> Hi all
>>
>> How does Buckminster and the director application know where to get the
>> target platform components?
>>
>> For example:
>>
>> director -consolelog -r file://<path/to/p2/site> -d
>> <path/to/destination/folder> -i com.example.mail.product
>>
>> If I am only supplying a local repository "-r file://<path/to/p2/site>"
>> (without target platform components, such as org.eclipse.osgi.services),
>> how does the director know how to resolve the required target platform
>> components?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Greg
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