|Re: [tycho-user] Getting started|
There is an online tutorial by Lars Vogel that should help getting started.
Regarding your second question, yes it should be possible using pomDependecies=consider
I wrote a blog post on this a while ago.
Hope that helps
I am looking to switch from manual PDE builds to using Tycho. My targets are RCP applications and OSGi server bundles. Two questions:
1) What is the recommended way to get started for a non-maven user like me?
The wiki documentation page refers to a EclipseCon Tyco tutorial but it is a dead link. Google returned a result for EclipseCon tutorial but it had no working examples, only high level information.
2) Can a single Tycho build resolve dependencies from both a target environment and from a maven/nexus repository?
Example: An RCP application that uses Hibernate JPA as persistence engine. Hibernate does not maintain a p2 repo so I can’t easily include it in target environment but can get it easily from standard maven repo. RCP does not maintain a maven repo (that I know of) but obviously does maintain p2 repo.
Thanks for your time,
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