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[tycho-user] Tycho builds eclipse-target-definitions after eclipse-plugins in Reactor. Problem?


not sure whether I should be worried or not. Based on our POM [1] Tycho
schedules the build of our eclipse-target-definition artifacts *after*
the eclipse-plugin artifacts that are build w.r.t. to this target platform:

> [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [INFO] Reactor Build Order:
> [INFO] 
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.parent
> [INFO] releng
> [INFO] coding-conventions
> [INFO] licenses
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.plugin.parent
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.utils
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.injection
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.utils.rcp
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.rcp
> [INFO] org.eclipse.recommenders.completion.rcp
> [INFO] targets
> [INFO] Eclipse 3.x Target Definition
> [INFO] Eclipse 4.2 Target Definition
> [INFO] Eclipse 4.3 Target Definition

Is this to be expected? Or is this a problem?

In the analogous(?) case of plugin dependencies, (e.g., the "licenses"
and "coding-conventions" artifacts), Maven/Tycho places them before the
projects that require the dependencies in the Reactor.

Hopefully someone can enlighten me.

Best regards,


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