RE: [cross-project-issues-dev] Which moment of the build i should callthe sign
Title: Which moment of the build i should call the sign
the CDT Releng build.xml is one of the simpler solutions I
for the signing, you'll want to look at it for
Once the update site is done, it creates a ZIP of it
site) which is then sent to the signer. Since the build
on build.eclipse.org there is no need for upload/download
CDT doesn't deliver anything beyond its archived update
it's not doing the unpackUpdateJars step which would be
but it looks like you have some handle on that one
Of course there might be yet simpler steps to achieve this,
if yes I'd love to hear about those!
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical
Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project
Lead, DSDP PMC Member
I'm working right now to add the feature &
plugins signing to DSDP.MTJ build. I looked at a lot of documentation about
how to call the sign scripts, but it is not clear to me yet in which step of
the build process a should call a the signing script.
currently we call pde to generate the update site
and after that we use unpackUpdateJars to generate the final package that we
copy to the download site.
it seems that the best place is before we call the
unpackUpdateJars, since in that way both the update site jars and the final
jars on the download site will be signed. the problem is that it seems that
the sign script is asynchronous so i don't know how to do it on an ant script.
(i saw http://wiki.eclipse.org/Platform-releng-signedbuild, but i didn't understood how to use waitForChangedAttribs
target that waits for the sign to finish).
If i call it afar all build is finished, is the
idea to sign update site features/ plugins and then re-generate the final zip
based on it?
Can someone help me with that?