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Re: [tycho-user] Cannot add artifact descriptor which has not been created by this repository


It sounds like Tycho can't reference the other project as it is not in
the same reactor.

Have you tried to tweak YourProject.parent by adding a reference to
the OtherProject.parent as module ?

As example, in my case, MyProject.parent/pom.xml is declaring the
OtherProject.parent/pom.xml as a module.


Let me know if this work.

Kind Regards,

Patrik Suzzi
R&D Software Engineer.

On Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 2:45 PM, Alessio Di Fazio
<alessio.difazio@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm new here in this mailing list. I have used Tycho several times with
> success but now I'm facing an error I have no idea how to fix, even after
> several attempts.
> I have a project with a set of plugins and fragments and it refers to
> another framework which is composed by a set of plugins and fragments as
> well as mine. Mine extends the other one which is of course based on Eclipse
> (Luna).
> I'm using Tycho 0.24.0 and when it comes the time to packetize my product,
> the Maven build fail with the following error:
> [ERROR] Failed to execute goal
> org.eclipse.tycho:tycho-p2-repository-plugin:0.24.0:assemble-repository
> (default-assemble-repository) on project XXXXXX.hci.product: Execution
> default-assemble-repository of goal
> org.eclipse.tycho:tycho-p2-repository-plugin:0.24.0:assemble-repository
> failed: Cannot add artifact descriptor which has not been created by this
> repository -> [Help 1]
> I was digging into the source code (even using the remote debug) and the
> error occurs in the file at line 169.
> Here's the snippet:
> @Override
> protected ModuleArtifactDescriptor
> getInternalDescriptorForAdding(IArtifactDescriptor descriptor)
>         throws IllegalArgumentException {
>     if (descriptor == null) {
>         throw new NullPointerException();
>     } else if (!(descriptor instanceof ModuleArtifactDescriptor) ||
> descriptor.getRepository() != this) {
>         throw new IllegalArgumentException(
>                 "Cannot add artifact descriptor which has not been created
> by this repository");
>     }
> In my case the descriptor.getRepository() is not this. In particular it
> happens with the fragments.
> Thanks.
> Alessio
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