How do you provision your target platform? Are your source bundles
included there? If not, and if Bucky is resolving what's put there,
do you have the buckminster.download.source property set to true?
If the source bundles are present in your TP but not in the
resulting p2 repository, perhaps you're missing the
cbi.include.source = true setting.
On 2011-03-01 15:53, Adolfo Sánchez-Barbudo Herrera wrote:
Retaking this issue up. I've gathered from a Indigo M5 Modeling
distribution the list of orbit bundles which doesn't have the
corresponding source bundle in said installation:
I'm wondering why there are a lot plugins which don't have
corresponding source bundle. Probably, some of those bundles don't
need source counterpart, however it looks like there a lot of them
which should probably have their corresponding source bundle...
Could anybody put some light on this ? Any tip/suggestion about
what to do with this absence of source bundles?
Thanks in advance,
El 22/12/2010 11:13, Adolfo Sánchez-Barbudo Herrera escribió:
- Moving the question to dev-cross-project to find any Bucky
releng-er who had faced this problem -
Detailed background and information around the issue is in the
following forum's thread:
As an high level overview, I'm trying to solve the following
In our M4 Modeling Distribution the following bundle, which is
obtained from an Orbit's p2 repo, is included into the
distribution's set of plugins:
However, the corresponding lpg.runtime.java.source is not
Have any buckminter-based releng-er faced a similar problem ?
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