- Ultimately I think we want to deliver
the source as bundles that just happen to contain source That way
we can use standard provisioning techniques etc
- Right now PDE build has deep knowledge
of how to treat source. This is ok but ultimately is "a bad
- Having the source the same project
is convenient but perpetuates the special knowledge embedded in PDE
- We may not be at a point where we
can reasonably break out of that mould.
Conclusion: we should look to
have the source in the same project (in some form) and have PDE build generate
individual source bundles as appropriate.
Just my 2c. We can dig deeper
on the phone...
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Are we still generating the source
and binary bundle from the same project (or are we going to handle the
source in a separate project?)
I'd like to propose that we should:
1) Add a note about the source
in the about.html (either stating its presence or at least some suggestion
of where the source can be found)
2) If possible package source
in src.zip at the root of the project
3) Adjust .classpath and build.properties
to reflect the addition of src.zip
Is that still going to work?
I have a number of the orbit projects
set up in this way and have found it very convenient. Is it worthwhile
checking this in or should I wait?
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