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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Kepler SR2 RC3 staging (maintenance) repository is complete

Never mind.
In a completely ptp-naked eclipse i can see it. I guess there's something about when you can see repository content based on what is loaded into the workbench already that I don't understand.
Or I forgot.  They say memory loss and retirement are related...

(From a workbench with an older version of ptp, when i look at the releases/maintenance repo i cannot see "Parallel Tools Platform" under "General Purpose".
Sometimes I can see it in releases/kepler but not releases/maintenance even.  Doesn't make sense.
I assumed that i could always see things that are newer than my current version, at least.

Oh well.


Beth Tibbitts

On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 9:12 AM, Beth Tibbitts <beth@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OK I saw the PTP components get picked up in the build (console) before it was done, and it was the correct version.
I see it in the Repo reports too.

But I don't see it in the repository  when i open it with Help>Install New software.

To be honest most of our users just use the parallel package or update something newer from our own repo, so we don't check it as often as we should.
but what are we doing wrong?
I don't see it by unchecking "Group items by category" either.

The package got built as usual and I'm downloading Markus' latest build to check, but it's probably fine.


Beth Tibbitts

On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 8:22 PM, David M Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Please test and let us know if something did not get "picked up" as expected.
(And remembering past surprises, this includes things missing, at too low of a level, and things at too high of a version level!)

Repo reports are looking better

As I'm sure everyone knows ... one more chance ... next week's RC4 is our final build for Kepler SR2, to be followed by a "quiet week" buffer before formal release.

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