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> From: "Dawid Pakuła" <zulus@xxxxxxxxx
> To: "Tools PMC mailing list" <tools-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, 24 August, 2016 2:08:06 PM
> Subject: [tools-pmc] PMC approval for composer usage in PDT
> Hi Tools PMC,
> PDT Team wants introduce support for composer  . In short, it’s very
> popular dependency manager dedicated for PHP, similar to bower / maven.
> During CQ process for community plugin integration  IP Team suggest us to
> ask PMC for approve, and to create workswitch CQ if needed.
> Regarding to guidelines  I’m not sure if it’s works-with or prerequisite
> dependncy, so please help:
> 1. We don’t redistribute composer.phar file (btw to run composer.phar, PHP
> command is also required)
> 2. We provide settings page/wizard to select tool form file system, or to
> download it (globally or per project).
> 3. We need such tool to run some command like update / install
> 4. Without composer.phar install, PDT will be still functional (composer.json
> editor, php editor etc…), except methods that require it.
4. Makes it a clear "works-with" dependency for me. As long as PDT is usable without the dep but provides greater value when the dep is available this should be works with dependency.
>  - https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=493886
>  - https://getcomposer.org/
>  - https://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=11669
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