|Re: [tycho-user] Bundling JREs with my Product|
I've tried the approach mentioned in the blog article, posted some
mails ago. This one:
Therefore I've created the main feature including the optional ones
specific for every operating system configuration (macosx 64bit, linux
32/64bit and windows 32/64bit). I've used the solution with p2.inf
file, hoping this will allow to update smoothly the JRE in the future.
In my build.properties I've included the jre folder (already
exploded). And my final product eclipse.ini will have the vm
installation specified with the -vm flag pointing to the correct
The problem is that in the final produced product the jre folder
inside the dedicated feature does not have the original permissions.
This is not a problem for Windows but for Linux and Mac OS X, not
having executable flags for the files contained in the bin subfolders
lead to not recognize the JRE installation as valid.
By the way I'm building on Mac OS X 10.7.4, but I also tried in Linux
Mint 15 Oliva.
Did anyone experienced a similar problem?
Doug the solution you use with generate-resource phase, does it keep
Thanks in advance,
2013/6/18 Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx>:
> This is maven, so, yes, this is being done as part of our product build and
> we redistribute all of it. We just pre-download the JRE and put it on a
> local server so we don't lose it. My pom for the feature downloads and
> extracts the JRE from there as part of the generate-resource phase.
> Mind you, we don't change JREs very often. If you're trying to keep up with
> the latest JREs then I'm not sure Oracle's interface will allow that.
> From: Simon Goodall <simon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: Tycho user list <tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Tuesday, 18 June, 2013 10:58 AM
> To: Tycho user list <tycho-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [tycho-user] Bundling JREs with my Product
> In the past Oracle's licensing terms (as I understood them) forbid automatic
> downloads of the JRE/JDK or redistribution in a more convenient format.
> However you can include it as part of your application. I am not sure if
> things have changed since I last looked. The latest hudson version still has
> the automatic jdk install disabled with a note to the same Hudson-9016 bug
> referenced in the blog post. The Jenkins build server does have this support
> enabled - essentially it programmatically navigates the oracle website using
> your oracle developer network credentials.
> On 18 June 2013 15:30, Laurent PETIT <laurent.petit@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 2013/6/18 Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx>:
>> > Or Google it. I'm using the following I found through a search:
>> > http://codeiseasy.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/including-a-jre-in-a-tycho-build
>> > /
>> > Doug.
>> Hello Doug,
>> I have come across this July 2012 link.
>> If you think it's the panacea, good for you, but for me it's far from
>> ideal, and that's why I'm asking for an update on the best way of
>> doing things currently, e.g. a year later.
>> Especially, this last bit annoys me a lot, and I'd like to know if
>> there's a better way:
>> "The only piece left is to obtain the JRE itself. Unfortunately the
>> Oracle JRE’s cannot be downloaded direct from Orcale automatically
>> (see e.g. here) so they must be manually downloaded, installed and the
>> the jre directory copied across for each version and platform you need
>> to support."
>> Seems like repetitive / tedious / error prone work that could be
>> avoided if there's a central place to put each new public revision of
>> say open jdk 7.
>> A maven repo ?
>> A p2 repository ?
>> Already done ? Where ?
>> That's why, among other things, I ask here on the ml, to humans, and
>> not just the google bot.
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