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Re: Fw: [wtp-dev] Build Broke - current status - tests removed too

Hi everyone,

Now that Eclipse 3.1 M6 is in the WTP builds, I'd like to announce the removal of all API in the org.eclipse.wst.internet.webbrowser plugin. The majority of this function (including all API) has moved down into Eclipse for M6. This will allow several places in Eclipse that have fragmented browser support to consolidate as well as allow additional clients access to the browser. We'll be removing the API and duplicate function from WTP within the next week or two.

For those currently using the API, you'll need to change your code. The existing code:


can be changed to:

IWorkbenchBrowserSupport browserSupport = <somePlugin>.getWorkbench().getBrowserSupport();
IWebBrowser browser = browserSupport.createBrowser("myid");

Yes, there is more code required now - however, the platform team wanted this API to be consistent with existing platform API, the ability to override in RCP, and add additional function like reusing a particular browser instance.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks,
Tim deBoer
WebSphere Tools - IBM Canada Ltd.
(905) 413-3503  (tieline 969)

David M Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx>
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04/02/2005 08:19 PM

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Fw: [wtp-dev] Build Broke -  current  status - tests removed  too

To get the first M6 based build to run, I also had to comment-out the test running too ... they also depend on "runtime only" version of WTP.

But, at least teams can see compile errors ... 35 of them ...

As to the WTP runtime issue: Naci or Ozgur ... if my armchair theory is right, and the wtp versions are not being produced in nightly ... either the build scripts need a lot of updating (to test etc with sdk version) or perhaps we could still produce the runtime version and just not publish it? (Of course, my theory could be incorrect and something else wrong?).

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04/02/2005 06:45 PM

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Re: [wtp-dev] Build Broke -  current (non) status

I think the problem was solved and some notes/history just "crossed in the mail".

Now the problem seems to be with the "checkInternalUsage" tool

I *think* this problem is because that bit of ant script depends on wtp non-sdk build (zip) file, but that's no longer produced during nightly builds.

I've tried commenting out the tool run until those more knowledgable in this area can devise a solution.

We'll see how this "commenting out" attempt runs.

Thanks all,


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   [java]     [unzip] Expanding: /home/build-home/build-current-N/workdir/N-N20050403-200504030058/ into /home/build-home/build-current-N/workdir/apitools/base

   [java] BUILD FAILED

   [java] /home/build-home/cruise/checkout/wtp-N/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/buildAll.xml:102: The following error occurred while executing this line:

   [java] /home/build-home/cruise/checkout/wtp-N/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/buildAll.xml:108: The following error occurred while executing this line:

   [java] /home/build-home/cruise/checkout/wtp-N/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/buildAll.xml:512: Error while expanding /home/build-home/build-current-N/workdir/N-N20050403-200504030058/

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