So, if I'm reading this right, if Orbit was to produce
map files for others to download and use, we should always include the comma
delimited version? And, I think you omitted the "GET" in your
example? Would an example map file entry be like
Pascal Rapicault <Pascal_Rapicault@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: orbit-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
02/05/2007 10:32 PM
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[orbit-dev] Support for multiple versions
in the map file released
As of today's I build (18:24), the support to fetch multiple versions of
a given bundle has been released.
Two things to use it:
For plugins which will have multiple versions, replace the 0.0.0 by the
first three segments of the desired version followed by "qualifier".
<plugin id="org.junit" version="3.8.1.qualifier"
<plugin id="org.junit" version="4.1.0.qualifier"
Then in the map file concatenate the first three digits of the version
to the plugin id (in the key). For example:
Note that the separator between plugin id and version is a comma.
Ps: this build also contains the new support for obtaining bundles from
a http using the ant get task as well as a new and improved support to
fetch prebuilt jars from CVS._______________________________________________
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