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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] The Eclipse IDE 2019-06 release is available now!


I've opened but I think in the end, this needs to be fixed by multiple different projects.  I've previously sent notes outlining the various problems between the various versions.

On there seems to be some debate about whether the executables in the p2 repo should be signed or not, but I find the discussion kind of bizarre.  Either digital signatures of executables are important or they are not, but to argue they are only important in the packaged products but not in the p2 repo is something I simply cannot fathom.  But as I said, if no one actually cares, why I should I?

What I do care about is that it would be nice if we could put in place the two placeholder repos for 2019-09 so I can get the setups in place for starting the next stream...  Kudos that releases/latest points in the right thing already.  :-)


On 19.06.2019 16:14, Frederic Gurr wrote:

Thanks for your help and your rigorous last minute tests. :)

Please create a bug for the user agreement issue.



On 19.06.19 16:11, Ed Merks wrote:

I was successful installing the Eclipse IDE for Java product with the
latest installer, the latest repos, and the latest product catalog.  So
it looks like we've collectively done a good job.

Maybe for the next release we can better signing in place and reduce the
five different versions of the User Agreement down to just one:


On 19.06.2019 16:00, Frederic Gurr wrote:
The main repository is at

( also points to it)

The EPP (all-in-one) packages are available at

The landing page can be found here:

Thanks to all users, bug reporters, contributors, committers, releng
engineers and everyone else involved with making this release possible!



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