|Re: [dtp-dev] [birt-dev] datatools org.apache.lucene dependency|
It is indeed a mystery on what got changed recently that would lead to the issue. The related changes in DTP were done back in January.
So it seems that the Buckminster build step does not allow building with different versions of a bundle?
I'd verified that the o.e.datatools.sqldevtools.results.feature in DTP 1.9 RC4 (e.g. in http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/datatools/downloads/drops/N_DTP_1.9/dtp-p2repo-1.9.0RC4-201106031406.zip)
does explicitly specify the 1.9.1.* version of org.apache.lucerne.
The o.e.datatools.sqldevtools.results.feature is required by o.e.d.sqldevtools.sqlbuilder.feature,
which is in turn required by the o.e.birt feature.
Which BIRT components do you need to pull in? How about the other existing BIRT features, like o.e.birt.chart.osgi.runtime or o.e.birt.chart ?
I'm not sure about +n dependency on BIRT in Indigo. BTW, WTP also has dependency on DTP.
From: dtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Miles Parker
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 7:06 PM
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Cc: Thomas Hallgren; dtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [dtp-dev] [birt-dev] datatools org.apache.lucene dependency
[Thomas, I'm cc'ing you in, hope you don't mind.]
Thanks for the link. And it makes more sense now since these changes are recent but OTOH I don't know why they took a couple of months to show up. It's a mystery is why this showed up now as opposed to earlier in the RC cycle. This wasn't an issue until the build this week. The issues I am having are with the Buckminster build step. It appears that the initial resolution works properly but then it fails because the PDE resolver is unable to locate the bundle. Therefore we end up with this error:
Please see this thread for more details on the specific issue:
This is a dilemma as obviously you have functionality dependent on this, but I can't build my components without this dependency. Unless there was a chart runtime or BIRT core feature somewhere. Again, I don't actually need any of the datatools stuff but it all gets brought in as part of the BIRT feature.
Are you aware of any other release train projects that have a +n dependency on BIRT?
thanks for your quick response and cheers,
On Jun 6, 2011, at 6:34 PM, Linda Chan wrote: