|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Non participating projects will be removed from the build|
Could you summarize the Subversion SVN Team Provider situation? I looked through my email logs and only found this, but I have a vague recollection of there being more about the topic.
On 12/15, Wayne wrote:
My guess is that if Eclipse Subversion SVN Team Provider is not part of the Photon build, then to install this, users would need to select a repository other than the Photon repository (when it is available). I suppose they could try the Oxygen repository, which might work.The Eclipse Subversive team has indicated that they can no longer support the project, so we're going to have to sort out what (if anything) to do about that.
It seems to me that unless someone steps up to support the SVN project, then the SVN plugin will no longer be a part of Photon and later releases of Eclipse.
Does the above seem to be correct?
On 1/25/18 7:40 AM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
It's crunch time. At EOB tomorrow (Friday), we're going to disable the aggregation files for those projects that have not opted into Photon.
Specifically, we're going to disable:
- Eclipse EGerrit
- Eclipse Sphinx
- Eclipse Target Management
- Eclipse Orion
- Eclipse Subversive SVN Team Provider
They will no longer be part of builds, starting on Monday.
I believe that this will impact some package maintainers. Please be ready to update your package definitions.
Wayne BeatonDirector of Open Source Projects
The Eclipse Foundation
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