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Re: [egit-dev] Tycho Build for EGit

söndag 29 november 2009 00:33:39 skrev  Shawn O. Pearce:
> Jason van Zyl <jason@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Ok, so what we have in 0.6.0 of Tycho is the ability to have a mixed
> > mode of manifest-first (MF) and pom-first (PF) projects. It will be up
> > to you guys what you want visa-vis jgit vs egit and what you want to be
> > MF vs PF .  We can do anything at this point with Tycho. For pom-first
> > projects this simply means you create a manifest in some fashion and it's
> > packaged with JAR that's produced.
> >
> > Tycho can now absorb any bundle regardless of P2 metadata being present,
> > we just generate it on the fly if necessary. Igor already has a full MF
> > build it just needs to be updated. So if you guys figure out what you
> > would like we'll do it.
> OK, so my problem is, I understand how a pom works, but I don't get
> how the dependency system in an OSGi bundle works.  Thus right now
> I have to lean towards a pom first approach for both projects.
> But this is strictly based on my own ignorance.  :-)

Take a look at META-INF/MANIFEST.MF. It declares the dependencies. I assume
Tycho does something like the PDE build does, which is what I have used to
build our plugin so far.  No pom.xml (i.e. duplicate meta data) needed.

-- robin

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