Hi Pascal, Wayne,
Yes, right. Now we have two update sites: one on Eclipse with
Subversive and Integrations, another is on Polarion with connectors. If only
Subversive features is installed (we need both Subversive + connectors to work)
the Connectors discovery feature prompts to install connectors from Polarion
update site. Corresponding licenses info are displayed on installation steps,
so users know that they install connectors from outside.
As I wrote in previous
e-mail - there are no technical problems with the current distribution scheme except
that SVN plug-in should be installed in two steps. But it rather organizational
problem that prevents project graduation.
Behalf Of Wayne Beaton
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 6:17
Subject: Re: [technology-pmc]
Subversive release review for Indigo
I believe that this pretty accurately describes what
the project is doing today. With the exception that some user interaction is
required to explicitly agree to the terms of the licenses involved.
On 05/30/2011 06:20 PM, Pascal Rapicault wrote:
What about the following:
- The subversive repository hosted at eclipse
reference an external repository that is also enabled. The referenced
repository contains the GPL libraries in a p2 repo.
- The subversive repository hosted at eclipse contains
one IU (maybe the subversive feature) has an optional dependency on the GPL
This way when the user installs the subversive feature
the GPL library is automatically pulled down by virtue of the dependency, but
eclipse has never hosted anything that is GPL.
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