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Re: [ecf-dev] ECF 3.1 download?
- From: Ted Kubaska <ted.kubaska@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 10:48:06 -0700
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We are now building a ECF p2 repository off of HEAD. So to get the
very latest version of ECF, you can add
ECF Daily -
to your Avaliable Sites. This is Help -> Install New Software -> Add
This daily build occurs every day at 7PM PDT and takes anywhere from
10 to 30 minutes depending on the network to complete. This is an
untested build so use it with caution. We're providing it so that you
can use the very latest.
We're not saving the old p2 repositories, but we are zipping them up,
and I'll edit our web site to show where you can access those zips if
you want.We'll probably save about a week's worth of zips. If you
download the zip, you can set up a local ECF p2 repository for that
I tried out the installation from this daily repository a couple of
times, and it worked fine. Post here if you have difficulty.
We're transitioning build systems, and this daily build uses our old
system. Our goal is to transparently change it to the new system.
On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 7:46 AM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Remy,
> Remy Suen wrote:
>> Speaking of which, maybe I missed it, but what is our target date for ECF
> It's whenever/as fast as we can get Foundation review/approval. Which I
> expect to be approximately 3 weeks. I've been occupied with other things,
> but will issue the release review request with PMC and Foundation today.
>> I'm asking because we did spin a 2.1 last year before moving on to 3.0.
>> Are we doing something similar this time around?
> I expect so, yes. Although I'm still not sure whether for Helios we will
> have ECF 3.X (e.g. 2 or three), or ECF 4.0.
>> Disregarding how we name these releases, I guess my question is simply are
>> we doing two major releases in a year or just one?
> By 'major' I assume you mean 'major or minor' (which requires Foundation
> review)...rather than 'major' in the sense of ECF 4.0. If that's what you
> mean (major or minor), then yes, we are doing 2 (or perhaps more) of those.
> If you really mean major (as in ECF 4.0), then I expect either 1 release of
> that sort (at Helios, I expect)...or perhaps none (i.e. we do ECF 3.X for
>> Remy Suen
>> Rational Team Concert Developer, Eclipse Platform/UI Committer
>> IBM Ottawa
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