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Re: [swordfish-dev] Can't access

I am afraid you will run into the same timeouts we are running when building and fetching the bundles from Eclipse. 
Am 25.05.2010 um 13:44 schrieb Hans-Jürgen Schumacher:


Is it maybe an alternative to put the required jars somewhere or provide as an zip? As I understood I could run the local option when I have already all the dependencies locally. At least the people could build the opensource project.
Frankly I understand your work to provide something for helios. But the build for an opensource project should work, dont forget the people who are interested in this project dont know much in deep detail assuming that a check-out and run the build scripts should do it.  Why not branch it for helios and keep the trunk running.

I am afraid everyone will run into the same timeouts we are running when building and fetching the bundles from Eclipse. So I do not see much value at the moment to branch.  Again it is not an ideal situation, but be patient with us until Helios is over. 


After the helios release you can merge it back into trunk.


2010/5/21 Zsolt Beothy-Elo <zsolt.beothy-elo@xxxxxxxxx>
Hello Jürgen,

Am 21.05.2010 um 20:19 schrieb Hans-Juergen Schumacher:


I checked out the trunk and try to follow the instructions for headless
build. Already the third.parties target (first step) couldnt run
successful because cant get access to

We temporary switched to  a local copy of the orbit because we were constantly facing problems with the remote one and we needed to deliver a build for Helios.  As soon as the problems are fixed, but latest after te Helios release we will switch again to the official orbit location. 

you run internal servers? If this is an OpenSource project let me know
how I can get a successful build.

Replace  the map files rt/ and tools/  with the one from orbit ( or the attached one, but be warned I just tried it out and always got time outs. 

Otherwise you should remove the
project from the eclipse site.

I agree that pointing to an internal server is by far not ideal, but getting RC1 for Helios out was more critical.

BTW there is thread in our forum dealing with issues during the Swordfish build:

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