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[dsdp-tm-dev] Re: Moving filters from UI to core

With all the reorganization I'm surprised we don't break more builds :)

I was thinking the same thing. However, I'm not sure we want a
"core.filters". The packages probably should not contain references to
their plugins unless that is the purpose of the package. "core" might not
make sense in a lot of cases. "ui" probably does in most.

Anyway, thinking along those lines, it might be best to move the types from
org.eclipse.rse.core.filters to org.eclipse.rse.filters.
David Dykstal

             <Martin.Oberhuber                                          To 
   >           David Dykstal/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS   
             03/30/2007 07:13          "Target Management developer        
             AM                        discussions"                        
                                       Moving filters from UI to core      

Hi Dave,

you won another "I broke the Build" award :-)

When removing the "filters/" source folder from UI,
you updated the .classpath file but forgot updating
the file for the nightly build.

No problem, I fixed it... another reason for removing
the persistence/ source folder in core, IMHO.
I also fixed the doc.isv's options.txt file which
also had a dangling reference to ui/filters.

The one question I stil have is, why do we have
separate packages for

couldn't the filters just go into core.filters now?

Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
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Update of
In directory node3:/tmp/cvs-serv29428/src/org/eclipse/rse/filters

Added Files:
Log Message:
[168973] Stage 3 - move filter packages to core plugin

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