|Re: [january-dev] Issue getting the target dependencies|
Thanks for the clarification, you still don't need the Maven Central
settings.xml as you are not deploying. I have updating the Wiki to
hopefully make it clearer.
It sounds like your problem is not January related, but rather Eclipse
development related? Building January by itself does not have/require
any Eclipse Platform stuff in it at all.
Can you share the .target file (or .tpd file) you are using? It may be
the only problem was the incorrect URL identified before.
Kichwa Coders Ltd.
On 19 October 2017 at 11:28, Matthew Gerring <matthew.gerring@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Georgi is trying to build January itself not use it in a product.
> (Maven central worked fine for adding it to our product.)
> On 19 October 2017 at 11:21, Jonah Graham <jonah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi Georgi,
>> I can probably help.
>> Are you intending on using Eclipse Target Platforms or Maven POMs or
>> some other way?
>> There is a bit of getting started info on
january/#trybut if you are using target
>> platforms you can follow the guide here:
>> If you are intending on using Maven or other similar build tools, the
>> bit you need in your pom.xml is available
artifactdetails%7Corg.eclipse.: january%7Corg.eclipse.january% 7C2.1.0%7Ceclipse-plugin
>> The Example-settings.xml should be unnecessary for you as you are not
>> building and deploying January itself. Those settings are to be able
>> to upload to January's Maven Central location in that repo.
>> The URL
>> is slightly wrong, there is an extra /0 on it.
>> Jonah Graham
>> Kichwa Coders Ltd.
>> On 19 October 2017 at 11:09, Georgi Vasilski <jvjordanvip@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> > Hi,
>> > I have problems to get the plug-ins for the target in January project.
>> > Would
>> > anyone be able to help me with some tips how I can sort the problem out.
>> > I am using Eclipse Neon3 and have created a settings.xml file with my
>> > eclipse credentials and placed it in my .m2 folder as it said at
>> > https://github.com/eclipse/
january/wiki/Example-settings.link. So xml
>> > that
>> > resolved the problem with the repository, but still have zero plug-ings
>> > available in the target where it says that it is unable to locate
>> > installable unit org.eclipse.core.runtime.
>> > and
>> > unable to locate installable unit org.eclipse.equinox.laucher 0.0.0.
>> > I have tried the website
>> > http://download.eclipse.org/
>> > and
>> > I am getting the following message:
>> > Not Found
>> > We're sorry, the page or file cannot be found. Here are some reasons
>> > why:
>> > A file may have moved to the archives. Please contact the project
>> > members on
>> > their user forum.
>> > Your file was part of a nightly or integration build which is no longer
>> > there. Simply download the latest version.
>> > The project is uploading a new build, and this file is not there yet.
>> > Try
>> > again later
>> > Thanks!
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