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Re: [eclipselink-dev] Imminent removal of javax.persistence from runtime (Was: javax.persistence.git is now hosted at eclipse)

Hi Eric,

    Can you review the GIT related pages on the wiki and consolidate their contents to provide a single page that contains a list of all of our repos?   Also, the "Building" page still refers to SVN with no mention of GIT.  The existing pages capture our pre-GIT migration planning and are very stale.  They don't actually provide the critical information on how to clone EclipseLink and then how to build it.

    What I'd like to see is the Building page providing the necessary links and instructions on how to obtain and build EclipseLink from GIT.


On 26/11/2012 2:54 PM, Eric Gwin wrote:

Once again, I want to give you notice that I plan on removing the "jpa/plugins/javax.persistence" tree from the runtime repository in a few weeks. If you need access to the javax.persistence project (rather than just the jar), please clone the repo for use in your Eclipse environment(s).

Also, there are some merge/push procedures that will need to be worked out with this repo. Please do not merge to the javax.persistence repository until further notice. These policies will be discussed/announced here before I proceed with removing the subproject from runtime.


On 15/11/2012 2:06 PM, Eric Gwin wrote:

It is the repository that I will use to generate the javax.persistence bundle. The preview 2.1 code is on Master and the latest 2.0 is on the 2.0 branch. There is no 1.0 code in this repo.

It looks like there is an eclipse project in the repo, but I haven't tested it for 2.1 (2.0.102).

Also of note, after branching 2.0 from the migrated runtime project, I re-created the necessary transactions to document previous 2.1 draft builds and not the other way around, so the latest bundle 102 was not generated from the artifacts in the repo. Moving forward, the bundle will be generated from this repository.

Tom and I have also discussed removal of the jpa source project from the runtime repo. That work will be completed in a few weeks time to give folks a chance to update their Eclipse environments.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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