|Fwd: [mdt.dev] Can MDT/OCL make MDT/UML2-Tools useable on Helios?
Michael,From that log, it appeared that the version, branch, and javaHome variables were not being set correctly. When I looked in CVS at /modeling/mdt/uml2tools/build/_common.php I saw that the server name for the options that appear on the build page wasn't updated during the transition from emft.eclipse.org to modeling.eclipse.org.I made the correction, committed the file, updated the CVS copy on modeling.eclipse.org, and voila, the options are now appearing correctly on the build page. Do you want to try running the build again?Cheers,KennOn Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 1:41 PM, Michael Golubev <borlander@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks Alex, but the problem with U2T build has nothing to do with any kind of credentials.
E.g, here are results from the build I tried to spin yesterday: http://modeling.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/uml2tools/downloads/drops/N201007052144/buildlog.txt.
So at least simply redoing the same steps as a year ago doesn't work.
MichaelOn Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Alexander Igdalov <alexander.igdalov@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have just successfully logged on to the modeling.eclipse.org using the common MDT user credentials. I think here is all you need to launch the build.
Go to http://modeling.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/uml2tools/build/
Use the login/password file attached.
Please let me know whether it suits you.
- Alex.On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 12:41 PM, Ed Willink <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi NickIndeed, I'm sure that's what most of us would do if we had to.
On 06/07/2010 15:33, Nick Boldt wrote:Possibly. But surely there's more value in having all the Modeling project builds using the same technology (namely, Buckminster) ?
Unfortunately MDT/UML2-Tools is dying because Borland have terminated their support; there has been no build since about M4. It is hoped that Papyrus will take over for Indigo, but in the interim we have a gap that causes at least significant user disappointment/concern and a dilemma about Helios adoption.
Also, how did UML2 Tools miss Helios? It's not like the schedule was a secret, or that this is the first year there's been a coordinated release...
We would therefore like a one-off Helios build. Migrating the build technology does not seem justified if the old technology can work. See Sergey's encouraging observation below.
On 06/07/2010 17:24, Sergey Boyko wrote:Hi,Some times ago I wrote to Michael G. that recently I successfully produced QVTo maintenance build using our old build infrastructure (via http://modeling.eclipse.org/modeling/m2m/qvtoml/build/) and even promote worked as before (one click, no need to ssh ;).So I suggest to try easiest solution with old build infrastructure (ask Nick Bold about possible problems with http://modeling.eclipse.org/modeling/mdt/uml2tools/build/). Could it be that simply login/password are expired?Regards,Sergey.
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