|Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] Re: Building on build.eclipse.org|
Since you and Javier are in Europe, it makes sense to do the declaration in the morning (US) and the build around noon (US).
I'll attempt an I-Build tomorrow immediately after the TM Conference call. Please tag your projects and update your maps prior to that.
Thanks. --------------------------- Dave Dykstal dykstal@xxxxxxx --------------------------- Dave Dykstal dykstal@xxxxxxx On Oct 3, 2006, at 6:07 PM, Martin Oberhuber wrote:
Hi Dave, Javier, I split up rse.map: - Dave can now release into rse.map - Javier can release into discovery.map - I'm going to release into tmcore.map. I tagged the HEAD version of discovery.map, so you'll be ready to do an I-Build at any time. In the future, Javier can tag discovery.map himself. Cheers, Martin Martin Oberhuber schrieb:Hi Dave, I recommend you ask Javier to tag his files himself.Javier - please tag the HEAD version of Discovery (or whatever version you'd like to go into the release) using the releng tools from the Eclipse Platform download page. If you have no permission to update the mapfile in org.eclipse.rse.build, I recommend you create a new project (org.eclipse.tm.discovery.build) to holdthe mapfile for discovery only.That way, Javier - as component lead for discovery - can decide himself whatto tag for a release. Cheers, Martin David Dykstal schrieb:Martin -Very nice scheme of updating the map files using the releng tools. I am running into one problem however, It appears I am not authorized to tag the files in the tm.core project that holds the discovery plugins. I believe this something that will break the build since the .project and .classpathfiles are the ones being tagged. Is there someway around this? Hope things are going OK. _______________________ David Dykstal david_dykstal@xxxxxxxxxxMartin Oberhuber < martin.oberhuber @windriver.com> To David Dykstal/Rochester/ IBM@IBMUS, 09/29/2006 05:51 "Williams, Ted" PM <ted.williams@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject Building on build.eclipse.orgHi Dave, building RSE on build.eclipse.org should be real simple now:1.) In you local workspace, apply the tags: Rightclick > Team > Release - select all plugins from the workspace; tag changed plugins only etc.2.) Prepare the build environment on build.eclipse.org ssh build.eclipse.org -l ddykstal mkdir $HOME/ws cd $HOME/ws wget -O setup.sh "http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/org.eclipse.tm.rse/ releng/org.eclipse.rse.build/setup.sh? rev=HEAD&cvsroot=DSDP_Project&content-type=text/plain" sh setup.sh 3.) Do the build: ./doit_ibuild.sh <enter> I <enter> 4.) Publish on testUpdates cd testUpdates/bin ./mkTestUpdateSite.sh 5.) Test the testUpdates, then stage to updates cd ../updates rm -rf plugins features cp -R ../testUpdates/plugins . cp -R ../testUpdates/features . cd bin ./mkTestUpdates.sh That's it... release completed! Enjoy, -- Martin Oberhuber Wind River Systems, Inc. Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm-- Martin Oberhuber Wind River Systems, Inc. Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm _______________________________________________ dsdp-tm-dev mailing list dsdp-tm-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/dsdp-tm-dev
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