Although Nick explained clearly why archived sites are not recommended
(and I agree with him generally that it is the best way to be updated), I still
think that we are missing some scenarios where people look after actual releases/packages
Try to image that a user wants to update to specific version
(donât ask why J), he first needs to understand what update site (URL) includes
it and then pick from the list of updates the version he needs, more than this,
sometimes when we remove updates he can miss his package from the list.
This part in the downloads page is also confusing:
Everything is empty and a âdownloadâ icon is displayed. I originally
thought, like Stanimir, that there were errors during this build.
My suggestion is to form it like this: (ok, I really used to PDT
11.0M (md5) All-In-One Update Site
14.3M (md5) SDK (Runtime, Source and Tests)
[mailto:atf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jacek Pospychala
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 2:50 PM
To: AJAX Toolkit Framework discussion
Subject: Re: [atf-dev] ATF 0.3 nightly builds available!
The first link is the address of update site to be used from within Eclipse to
Go ahead thru steps described at http://wiki.eclipse.org/ATF/Installing
and ATF should install correctly.
I will update the http://download.eclipse.org/tools/atf/updates/
to provide more helpful information when accessed from web browser.
stanimir petrov wrote:
Thank you very much. Note that the 1st link does not work.
Have a nice day
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>ÐÑ: Jacek Pospychala
>ÐÑÐÐÑÐÐ: [atf-dev] ATF 0.3 nightly builds available!
>ÐÐ: AJAX Toolkit Framework discussion
>ÐÐÐÑÐÑÐÐÐ ÐÐ: ÐÐÑÑÐ, 2009, ÐÐÐ 24 21:03:29 EEST
>Dear Ajax Tools Framework users,
>I'm happy to announce that ATF has new update site, with nightly builds:
>And every eager Eclipse Galielo user can now try it out!
>For full installation steps, please see
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