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Re: [ecf-dev] build easier next steps

Hi Ted,
The URL:

 http://download.cloudsmith.com/buckminster/external/

is not an SVN repository. It is an update site that contains headless (complete) SVN features that we cannot distribute at eclipse.org due to IP issues. If you already have SVN working, you don't need anything from that site. In order to get the source for the the Hello XML example, simply import this CQUERY:

 http://www.eclipse.org/buckminster/samples/queries/demo.cquery

The result of a "Resolve and Materialize" should bring all relevant source into our workspace.

Regards,
Thomas Hallgren


Ted Kubaska wrote:
Am I making a simple error here? .... (SVN works fine for me with
local repositories) but when I
newtricks:BuckyDemo ted$ svn checkout
http://download.cloudsmith.com/buckminster/external/

I get the error ...

svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/buckminster/external'
svn: PROPFIND of '/buckminster/external': 301 Moved Permanently
(http://download.cloudsmith.com)
newtricks:BuckyDemo ted$

Basically I just wanted to get the stuff to do the Hello XML example
in the Bucky book.

 -ted

On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:28 AM, Ted Kubaska<ted.kubaska@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  
So this was my error .. I installed Bucky PDE Support and it looks OK -ted

On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:22 AM, Ted Kubaska<ted.kubaska@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    
Aha, I did not install Buckminster PDE support ... only Core and CVS
Support. SIgh. -ted

On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:17 AM, Ted Kubaska<ted.kubaska@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
      
I have to be honest and tell you that I followed the directions for
the demo on page 117 and do not see the action called site.p2. I tried
both using a buckminster.properties file and Run/Debug string
substitution. I can click on Buckminster -> Invoke Action ...browse to
my properties file, but when I click OK nothing happens.

I have Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.7 and Eclipse 3.5.0. I also tried
hardcoding ${user.home} and making by hand the demosite and tmp
directories.

Here is my buckminster.properties file
newtricks:BuckyProperties ted$ cat buckminster.properties
# Where all the output should go
buckminster.output.root=/Users/ted/BuckyDemo/demosite
# Where the temp files should go
buckminster.temp.root=/Users/ted/BuckyDemo/tmp/demosite.tmp
# How .qualifier in versions should be replaced
qualifier.replacement.*=generator:lastRevision


Here was the quote from the Bucky book instructions
<quote>
With the property file in place, we can now build the site. Right
click over the org.demo.demosite
project, and select Buckminster â Invoke Action..., and (if you
decided to use a properties file) in the
pop up that appears, browse for the buckminster.properties file we
just created (you will need
to navigate in the file system to find the workspace, project, and
then the file since the properties files
are typically placed in the file system, and not in the workspace).
When the properties file has been
found and selected (alternatively set the properties using Run/Debug
string substitution), select the
action called âsite.p2â in the list of presented actions, and click
âOkâ. You will now see some trace
output, and if everything worked ok, you now have an update site.
</quote>

On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 3:47 PM, Scott Lewis<slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
        
Also, see the new version of Buckminster book available (as of 7/28) as per
this buckminster dev announcement:

New Draft of Buckminster Book is available at http://tinyurl.com/ncv4lq

This is version 0.5 of the book, and it is now getting near completion. I
(think) have one or two more examples to write, and then final editing and
polish.

Your feedback is much appreciated.

Regards
- henrik
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Ted Kubaska wrote:
          
I can do 8/10 morning. I'll read some of the Bucky book over the
weekend. I remember from the last discussion that Bucky has some
signing ability that unfortunately was not yet described in the book.
But I think there is a presentation somewhere that describes this.
Does anyone have a pointer?

Â-ted

On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 12:00 AM, Markus Alexander
Kuppe<ecf-dev_eclipse.org@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

            
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Ted Kubaska wrote:

              
Next week is best for me. I'm out of town and on the road week of aug 4.
-ted

                
For me Monday 10th works best. I suggest the usual time (in the moring
PDT/evening CEST).

Cheers
Markus
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