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Re: [tycho-user] archive-products goal removes executable bit


I am not trying to execute any tests here. All i wanted is to build a eclipse repository that i can use with the eclipse versions 4.3,3.5,3.4,3.3. Right now with my current build, i could build with 4.3 which works fine. Now i am trying to build the features using eclipse versions 3.5,3.4,3.3 and publish those into the existing 4.3 repository. So, my question is

1) when building with tycho, can i do this in a single build to support all 4 eclipse versions? 
2) if it is possible to to do it in a single build, on what basis tycho resolves the dependencies compatible with all 4 eclipse versions? If i include all the eclipse targets in my parent , does tycho resolve those automatically to support all 4 versions of eclipse? Does something like below work? or do i need to create a separate build with each of these targets separately?


Madhu Garimilla

On Sun, Aug 21, 2016 at 3:45 AM, Axel Guckelsberger <info@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi again,


just retested using the new 0.26.0 version. The problem still happens.


Any idea what I can try?






Am Montag, 15. August 2016, 14:11:29 CEST schrieb Axel Guckelsberger:

> Hi all,


> I've setup builds for two products which work like a charm.


> One problem I've noticed though is that the executable bit is removed from

> the launcher file when the product is packed into the zip archive using

> tycho-p2-director:archive-products. The unpacked version placed within

> /target/ has the executable flag set, but if I unzip the archive the

> executable flag is gone.


> I am using Tycho 0.25.0. The problem happens on my local machine as well as

> on my Jenkins build server. Both are running Linux 64 bit.


> Any idea how to fix this behaviour? I first thought that I should use tar.gz

> instead of zip. But it used to work with zip files, too, when I used

> Buckminster before.


> Thanks for any pointers,


> Axel



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