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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Status and Plans for RC1, Day +3

I have uploaded the Mylyn RC1 build and updated the Galileo build file.

We are still debugging a problem that causes one of our UI
contributions not to show up when installed into an EPP package. We
may ask for a rebuild later today but this should not stop the train
from moving.


On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 12:13 PM, Doug Schaefer <cdtdoug@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The CDT bits are in place for the CPP package. It'll be ready when Mylyn is.
> Doug.
> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Eric Gwin <eric.gwin@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> David,
>> EclipseLink's RC1 bits were already posted, but I needed to update the
>> build file. It is now complete.
>> The next Galileo build should contain the new bits.
>> Thanks.
>> -Eric
>> David M Williams wrote:
>>> Friendly reminder that today is last chance to submit content for RC1.
>>> Most of you have, a few haven't, and there's no way to know if it's still
>>> coming, or there's just no changes from your M7 contributions.
>>> If you intend to release, and can not make it by, say, 5 PM Eastern,
>>> please let us know. Otherwise, shortly after that time we'll consider RC1
>>> done.
>>> There is a 'staging' site available at
>>> if you'd like to check that
>>> your expected content is there and showing up as expected. (Please, use
>>> sparingly, just for sanity checks, as it hasn't replicated well yet).
>>> I'd like to remind those committing .build files (because I forget
>>> myself) that it is very easy to do a quick check in your own development
>>> environment using the directions at
>>> It is true to get set up might take you 30 minutes, but after that, it
>>> just takes 5 minutes to check that your submission or that your update site
>>> will not immediately break the build. That's not only handy, but a great
>>> stress reliever,
>>> (and, yes, mostly my stress, apparently :). As we get into these final
>>> daze, only a few hours of "down time" due to broken builds can effect many
>>> people (and cause me to lose sleep), since we have 36 projects all trying to
>>> release updates in a narrow window.
>>> Thanks all
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