I've not seen ... but, I've not looked
either. I suggest you open a blocking defect on PDE Build, with preferably
an "as small as possible" test case that shows the problem. I
do not actually see any changes in "PDE Build" repo for SR1 ...
and have heard there's been none for p2 ... so might be related to equinox
changes or something. I'm only guessing that, since, given some of the
recent changes and problems with Equinox, you might try "RC1"
and see if the problem exists there too? That'd be helpful to know. And,
of course logs showing that a process failure occurs, but is simply not
"reported" would also be helpful. Not to mention platform, Linux/bash,
But, a bug is the way to get the proper
people looking at it.
09/08/2014 11:34 PM
Apparent Luna SR1 regression in build
Anyone? We are down to the
wire here and it’s looking like Luna SR1 will be useless as a build driver
unless there is a last-minute fix, since we can’t depend on it failing
the build correctly.
On Behalf Of Konstantin Komissarchik
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2014 10:01 AM
To: 'Cross project issues'
Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Apparent Luna SR1 regression in
build failure reporting
We are seeing a serious regression in Luna
SR1 (tested with platform RC3) where PDE build does not report a process
failure code when the build fails. This causes any invoking build process
(such as Ant) to not detect a failure and continue.
Just confirmed that this works correctly
if Luna is used to drive the build instead of Luna SR1.
I am not sure if the regression is in the
launcher or in the PDE build.