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Re: [ecf-dev] How can I add my bundles to Bucky/Hudson builder?
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 10:46:22 -0700
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On 9/30/2010 10:14 AM, Pavel Samolisov wrote:
30.09.2010 20:52, Scott Lewis ÐÐÑÐÑ:
I see that this bundle imports these two packages:
com.sun.syndication.feed, com.sun.syndication.io. There's also a
require bundle on org.jdom
Where/what bundle is needed to resolve these deps? Are they in Orbit?
If so, what version/branch is needed?
Yes this bundles (com.sun.syndication and org.jdom) exists in Orbit and
I will make CQ request for its now.
Ok...note that when you create the CQ, you can/should 'piggy back' it on
the original CQ for entry into Orbit. So first find the CQ for the
original Orbit addition...and then point to that when you create the ECF
piggyback CQ. You need to create a separate piggyback CQ for
com.sun.syndication as well as org.jdom. That way the approval process
should go very quickly. Since it's already in Orbit, and previously
been approved for use by other project/Orbit.
Sorry I didn't explain this originally. Since you are a new ECF
committer I should have made this clearer.
If you and others don't have any immediate plans to add additional
rest example bundles, then I would suggest simply adding to the
I haven't plans to add additional rest example bundles, I will add
example bundle to o.e.e.remoteservices.examples.feature.
Additionally, I would like to have one of the other committers review
the shape of these new bundles...just for things like EF compliance
rules (e.g. having necessary files like about.html, plugin.properties,
etc). With only a quick glance it looks like things are good...but I
haven't been able to do more than a quick glance myself yet...and
won't be able to do immediately...but we'll definitely have to do it
prior to release.
My bundles went through IP process, see CQ 4380
Yes I understand...and from a glance at the existing synd bundle shape I
think things look just right. But it's always good to get more than one
pair of eyes on things...just to make sure we don't forget something
important to the Foundation...e.g. about.html, or plugin.properties, or
feature license, or third party license inclusion (if necessary).
But first let's work out the com.sun.syndication, and org.jdom
dependency stuff...so that once added to features we can get
everything to compile/build.
Ok, I will make new CQ and will not add my bundles into any features
while IP team did not approve it.
Ok, thanks. And thanks so much for the work on this contribution...and
for becoming an ECF committer. I'm not a huge fan of the ip process at
the Eclipse Foundation, but we do have to live with it.
Sometime in the near future would you be willing to present on this
mailing list (or blog if better/easier) a short description of what the
synd bundle is/does? And what the example app can do as well? I think
some people in the community might be very interested.