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Re: [tycho-user] any way tycho to change the .qualifier of POM-FIrst bundles when generating a P2 ?

Hi Michael,

Thank for sharing...

well, besides the fact the m2e have complained when I add the <_snapshot> into pom, I could run it using mvn and it changed the artifact symbolic name properly...

But doing this I've broken the source bundle generation with maven-source-plugin, because I couldn't make build-helper-maven-plugin to get the symbolic name used by maven-bundle-plugin.

I've tried drop maven-source-plugin and follow you adding <_sources>true</_sources>. But maven-bundle-plugin doesn't create another bundle for source, so I can't reference it in a source feature xml file.

still investigating alternatives...



On 28/02/12 14:12, Michael Gruebsch wrote:

try using


in the instruction section of the maven-bundle-plugin







see for further references.


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Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 11:21:04 -0300
From: Cristiano Gavi?o<cvgaviao@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Tycho user list<tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [tycho-user] any way tycho to change the .qualifier of
	POM-FIrst bundles when generating a P2 ?
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I have a p2 that contain both POM-First and Manifest-First bundles.

when I create a snapshot version I could see that only the bundles
created by tycho have it generated symbolic name .qualifier
changed for
a timestamp. all pom-first stay as was created, with .SNAPSHOT.

The POM-First is being created by maven-bundle-plugin, so its
default is
to create it snapshot bundles with .SNAPSHOT instead a .qualifier.

But even when I configure maven-bundle-plugin to generate a
bundle name
using .qualifier instead the default I could not have the
expected result.

please, could someone give me a light?


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