The bundles are not being pulled in
because the XSL map file contains bundle@ entries, and the Babel scripts
look for plugin@.
I've opened a bug against Babel to look
for bundle@ entries as well. See https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=272176
Dave, one option is to use plugin@ as
a short-term fix, Can revert this change once the bug is fixed.
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Re: [wtp-dev] Fw: [wtp-releng] Fw: Galileo
must-do: The Babel
Galileotrain has been set
Raev, Kaloyan wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> The reason should be that XSLT is not yet in Babel.
> The language pack build I use is a recent one - April 8th. I guess
I should find XSLT language files in the webtools.sourceediting pack, but
they are simply not there.
> Check this out: http://download.eclipse.org/technology/babel/babel_language_packs/BabelLanguagePack-webtools.sourceediting-en_AA_3.5.0.v20090408033738.zip
Yeah, Nitin just added the XSLT maps last week to Babel. So I'll
an eye on the Babel builds.
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