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Re: [tycho-user] Skip assemble-repository to build products?

hard to tell what could be optimized without concrete build logs and links to source code repo.

I think in principle it should be possible to skip assemble-repository (e.g. if all you are interested in is a product tarball) but it's not right now.
One thing you can try is to skip copying artifacts

Another idea is to put multiple products in the same eclipse-repository module (not sure if you have that already)


On 25.06.17, 16:55, "tycho-user-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Mickael Istria" <tycho-user-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of mistria@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I'm thinking about possible ways to speed up the EPP builds (currently taking ~4h on CI).

It seems like it's spending a lot of time in the various "assemble-repository" goals of each package. As those repositories are not redistributed, it might work to simply get rid of that step or to minimize its work.

So I've got a few questions:

1. Does anyone know whether we can hope materialize-products to work if there has been no "assemble-repository"? It looks like yet according to the doc, but additional feedback would be welcome

2. If 1. is doable, what is a recommendation for the the best way to skip the assemble-repository execution (since this one has no 'skip' flag).

Thanks in advance,
Mickael Istria

Eclipse IDE <> developer, at
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