That blog post has pointers to the code
repository to "git" it ... it is easy to build, and easy to use.
Martin Lippert <mlippert@xxxxxxxxx> To:
David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS,
09/24/2015 09:59 AM Subject:
Mars.1 re-spin repository is complete.
just out of curiosity, what do you use for this “p2diff” ? Could be quite useful for me when doing our releases… :-)
> Am 24.09.2015 um 15:56 schrieb David M Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx>: > > Our new candidate for release is at: > > http://download.eclipse.org/releases/maintenance/ > > I did a quick "p2diff" and found 5 fewer bundles in the
new one ... all of them duplicated in the old, previous repo, so that now
only the newer versions remain. > Usually this is "goodness" to have only one version of a
bundle there, but ... only YOU would know for sure. I've put a few more
details in bug 478151 comment 12  but here's a summary of what's "gone".
> > The expected > com.jcraft.jsch [0.1.51.v201410302000] > is gone. Leaving only the 0.1.53 version. > > but also 4 others: > org.eclipse.rap.jface [126.96.36.19950520-1729] > org.eclipse.rap.jface.databinding [188.8.131.5250520-1729] > org.eclipse.rap.rwt [184.108.40.20650601-1556] > org.apache.commons.fileupload [1.2.2.v20111214-1400] > > It's this last one that concerns me the most. No idea, really, why
it would be included in old one, but not new one, other than my standard
"p2 is not always deterministic". > > = = = = = > > Of course, I only check for "files" and "versions"
... not their contents. So, if any of you are really paranoid, it would
not hurt to do a little sanity checking. > > Thanks all, > > >  https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=478151#c12 > > > > > _______________________________________________ > cross-project-issues-dev mailing list > cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx > To change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribe
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