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Re: [tycho-user] Creation of composite p2 repository

Why do you need Tycho for that?

It's just 2 nearly-identical XML files listing child URLs, using relative paths or absolute http/https URLs. They're really easy to create and maintain.

Just be sure to update the timestamp (`date +%s000`) each time you change the composite*.xml files so that Eclipse will disregard the last cached version and will re-check all the child sites for new metadata.

You might also want to add a p2.index [0] file, as shown in this example [1], for better server performance.




On 07/16/2013 12:14 PM, J Czerny wrote:

Does tycho provide any support for creation composite p2 repository ( )?
I'd like to create a repo that would cover my project and all its dependencies without resorting to use of

Thanks for answers.

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