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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Release train broken for MacOS?

As a Mac user, I prefer the bundled package. I can then place my
Eclipse.app into my /Applications folder and it can look like any other
Mac app that I put there.

Doug.

On 12/10/2013, 1:52 AM, "Eike Stepper" <stepper@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Thank you for the infos. I've found the code that causes my trouble. It's
>in DirectorApplication.initializeProfile():
>
>       if 
>(org.eclipse.osgi.service.environment.Constants.OS_MACOSX.equals(os) &&
>destination.getName().endsWith(".app"))
>       {
>         env += ',' +
>org.eclipse.equinox.p2.core.spi.Constants.MACOSX_BUNDLED + "=true";
>//$NON-NLS-1$
>       }
>
>That implies (and I've tested) that the problem goes away if the
>destination does *not* end with ".app". I'm not a Mac
>user myself and I have no clue what the consequences are when I leave the
>".app" out. Does it impact the way the
>application is / can be started? Pascal told me that the cool Mac users
>install into *.app folders because that would
>flatten out the nested Profile.app folder somehow, which is true in my
>cross-platform Hudson build for an RCP product.
>But I found that the Eclipse SDK always appears with a nested Eclipse.app
>folder, whether the root folder ends with
>".app" or not.
>
>Fails: director -repository "http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna";
>-installIU org.eclipse.sdk.ide
>-profileProperties "org.eclipse.update.install.features=true" -p2.os
>macosx -p2.ws cocoa -p2.arch x86_64 -destination
>*Eclipse.app*
>
>Works: director -repository "http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna";
>-installIU org.eclipse.sdk.ide
>-profileProperties "org.eclipse.update.install.features=true" -p2.os
>macosx -p2.ws cocoa -p2.arch x86_64 -destination
>*Eclipse*
>
>Cheers
>/Eike
>
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>
>
>
>Am 09.12.2013 16:07, schrieb David M Williams:
>>> Is someone actively working on a fix?
>>
>> It's hard to speak for "everyone", but I am not. Contributions welcome.
>>
>> To summarize my understanding of the issue (which is easily the wrong
>>understanding) is that p2 introduced this new IU
>> filter (macosx-bundled) that should be "transparent" to everyone; that
>>we (in Platform, and Sim. Release repo) do not
>> want this "phantom IU filter"; we have no plans to support or provide
>>it; and most important, I do not know how to "get
>> rid if it". (There's some vague suggestion that "every time a repo is
>>mirrored it has to be filtered out" ... but I
>> don't really know what that means or why we should have to if
>>"transparent" to everyone.)
>>
>> You don't say ... are you trying to make use of the "macosx-bundled"
>>filter? Or the legacy layout? If the former, I
>> think you can't ... if the latter, you may be able to refine your
>>filter statement.
>>
>> Again, contributions welcome, and bug 407588 is likely best place to
>>discuss the issues.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>>
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