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Re: [tycho-user] tycho-user Digest, Vol 34, Issue 31

Hi Dan

I'm using and it's great. In my target project (pom packaging type eclipse-target-definition) I have added the "add-pom-dependencies" build step. This just adds the pom dependencies to a copy of the *.target file - and this is the target file I'm activating in PDE. 

If I'm changing something in the pom dependencies, I have to do "mvn clean verify" in the target sub-project so that the pom dependencies get updated in the *.target file (this is quite fast). Then, in the pde preferences I have to reload the target (can be slow, depending). This works very well for me.

One other thing I like in this setup is: If you need source for the pom dependencies, you can click the "change attached source" button (or something similar) and change the line ~/.m2/....../xy-library.jar to ~/.m2/....../xy-library-sources.jar and there you are. This is assuming you downloaded sources in the first place (which is a pure maven thing).


Am 28.06.2013 um 18:00 schrieb tycho-user-request@xxxxxxxxxxx:
> Hi,
> I have found the Target Platform configuration and have, for now, added in a location to which my maven build copies dependencies. This is OK I think, but I also found which looks promising, but I'm not yet sure what aspects of Tycho and this plugin I would need to coordinate to achieve what I want.
> Thanks, Dan.
> On 27 Jun 2013, at 17:24, Daniel McGreal wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've started to develop a bundle I wish to run inside Eclipse Equinox (or some other OSGi framework) and I believe that the typical way to achieve this is to make a new Plug-in project. This went well until I tried to also include Maven dependencies.
>> Is this a use-case for Tycho? Essentially I'd like to be able to still run the bundle from Eclipse using the OSGi Application run configuration, but I'd also like to be able to select maven dependencies in the "Target Platform" section of the run configuration. Is this achievable with Tycho?
>> Many thanks for any assistance,
>> Dan.
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