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Re: [mpc-dev] Building MPC against 4.2

Hi Tom,

from my perspective I can tell you that

- MPC is included in /releases/staging and in /releases/juno; if you are not already a member of the 'callistoadmin' group, you should try to get access to this group because it is required to update the Juno b3 aggregator contribution files. And sooner or later you will require to update this file.

- MPC is included in all EPP packages (except the 'Classic/SDK'). I haven't heard of any complaints so far and it seems to work.


On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 18:28, Tom Seidel <tom.seidel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

In the last weeks I tried to get an overview about the project and have still a few questions regarding the build.

I'd like to build the current MPC projects against a 4.2 target and was wondering what's the current status including MPC into the Juno release.

So my questions:
1. I can install MPC through the Juno update site into the last milestone, so I guess this is already working. Are there any workitems that needs to be adressed? - I couldn't find anything relevant neither in Bugzilla nor on this newsgroup.

2. I checked out the sources and was able to compile it against my local target in PDE. Now I saw that you're using Maven to build the bundles. Unfortunately I was not able to build an update site, the help on seems to be outdated (I couldn't find a bundle called "org.eclipse.epp.mpc.releng"). I still haven't used Tycho yet, so probably you could give me a bit assistence to build MPC on my local machine with Tycho.

Thanks in advance,


Tom Seidel, Dipl.-Ing.
Independent Eclipse-Developer

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