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Re: [ecf-dev] build easier next steps
- From: Thomas Hallgren <thomas@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 12:19:11 +0200
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Ted Kubaska wrote:
That's expected. The director is the bare minimum headless application
that can be used for installing anything based on P2. You can use this
to install Buckminster or to install the Eclipse IDE if you want.
Thanks. I did get Buckminster installed in my Eclipse IDE and
successfully ran the demo example from the book.
I'm trying to install the headless version, but ran into some
difficulty as described below. Can you give me some further advice?
I interpreted Appendix A to say the following...
Download the director. I read on www,ecliipse.org/buckminster
In order to install the headless buckminster, you must use the P2
director. A headless command line version of the director can be found
I downloaded director_1.0.0.r10307.zip and unzipped it into
/opt/headlessDirector. This produces a directory called director.
That looks correct. The 'ls' here is of the home of the director
application. It doesn't change.
I then entered the directory called director and issued the command as
described in Appendix A.
director -r Ârepo-locationÂ -d Âinstall-folderÂ -p Buckminster -i
I got the following...
ted@MyHeron:/opt/headlessDirector/director$ ./director -r
/opt/headlessBucky -p Buckminster -i
Installing org.eclipse.buckminster.cmdline.product 1.1.350.r10447.
Operation completed in 34012 ms.
artifacts.xml configuration director director.bat eclipse.ini p2 plugins
Two things happened.
Now I want to install additional features. Appendix A says I can use
the just installed Buckminster and gives the syntax as
buckminster Ârepository-urlÂ Âfeature-id [ ÂversionÂ ]
Where Ârepository-urlÂ is the same as in the previous step, and
Âfeature-idÂ is one of the features listed below. Optionally, a
specific version can be installed. Here are the features you can
The Core functionality â this feature is required if you want to
do anything with
Buckminster except installing additional features.
and so I entered the directory /opt/headlessBucky which has an
executable buckminster and entered the following, replacing
http://download.eclipse.org/tools/buckminster/headless-3.5/ but then
got the following error...
Command 'http://download.eclipse.org/tools/buckminster/headless-3.5/' not found
I think I need to supply a command (but Appendix A does not show this
in the syntax). So I tried
And as you can see, it was silent. So I don't know if anything happened.
1. You discovered a documentation typo and made a correct assumption
about what the correct syntax ought to be. You can use the short form
'install' for the command if you want. The qualified form is there to
avoid conflicts that might arise in the unlikely event that several
third-party vendors adds similar commands to buckminster :-). Even if
that should happen, I doubt that someone would ever create a conflict
with the commands that we bundle with the initial product.
2. You installed the headless feature without problems.
You should be able to verify this by issuing the command:
It will now give you a list of commands and preferences that includes
things from o.e.b.core.
Can you please enter a bugzilla against our doc component for the typo?