_expression_ “[2.3, 2.4]” means “greater
than or equal to 2.3 or less than or equal to 2.4”. That matches 2.2.
What are you trying to represent. The direct translation of “>:2.3”
is “[2.3”. Perhaps you were trying for “[2.3-2.4]”...
From: Kevin Bauer
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006
To: Konstantin Komissarchik
have a build based on a 200603302119-200603302119
version of WTP. In my build my facets started giving me messages like...
">", ">=", "<", and "<="
notation in version expressions has been deprecated. It used in plugin
com.ibm.etools.myplugin. Note that the angle brackets are represented via
"<" and ">" in the plugin.xml files. The
functionality has been replaced with range notation. For instance "[X-Y)"
means all versions greater or equals to X and less than Y. Open ranges such as
"(X" or "Y]" are also allowed.
I changed my facet from...
facet="jst.web" version="[2.3, 2.4]"/>
it no longer indicated that a 2.2 web project was invalid. Has this been
addressed? If so in what build?
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