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Looking into that now.
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[p2-dev] Issue running p2 director

Dalton, Tom



09/10/2009 06:57 AM

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I'm using the Eclipse 3.5 CDT on a non-networked machine and I want to add the EMF framework to it. I have downloaded the EMF update site .zip from

Specifically I got

Now, if I install that update though the Eclipse UI by selecting the zip file itself, everything works. However, if I unzip the file to somewhere temporary and then try to install from that location, it gets to about 60% though and then bombs out with a mass of 'file not found' errors, because it seems to be looking for the plugins as plain .jar files instead of the actual .jar.pack.gz files.

This difference in behaviours seems to me to be a bug, albeit with a workaround (install direct from the zip rather than extracting it myself). So that would be fine, except that I need to automat the eclipse build (I need to add a lot more than just EMF and need to do this for a lot of people).

So I started looking at the P2 director command line stuff described at:



However, when using these methods, if I set the -repository to point at the zip file itself, it moans that its not a valid repository. If I point it at my manually unzipped directory, it starts off ok, but then bombs out with the same file not found errors as described above.

So two questions:
1. Are these file not found errors the symptoms of a bug?

2. Is there a way to duplicate the UI install-from-zip behaviour via the command line P2 director (which would provide me with a solution to my problem).

Thanks a lot for any help provided!

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