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- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2010 09:49:49 -0700
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On 10/01/2010 04:09 PM, Scott Lewis wrote:
I removed the requires section of feature.xml...and that didn't help
(i.e. still failed:
The strange thing is the initial compile errors are for
org.eclipse.ecf.provider.jms...which has always been in the JMS feature.
It's not finding some ECF plugins for compile.
What I meant was to try the last building feature.xml, not to remove
requires all together. Does tree  build successfully?
I don't know....I'll fuss with trying that as soon as I can. I don't
immediately see how the requires in feature.xml would have anything to
do with the target platform contents though...and it appears to me that
target platform contents is the problem here (although I admit I don't
know why it was working previously).
I checked on the build machine, and I can see that the target platform
path does *not* have all the needed ECF bundles...so I guess this is the
problem. Missing (e.g.) org.eclipse.ecf.provider,
org.eclipse.ecf.provider.remoteservice and some others. See below for
the list of the bundles in
I guess the target platform has to be amended/added to. I can't quite
understand where the target platform (bundles below) is actually being
gotten from/created for this build.
The TP is created by Buckminster during the build based on the
feature.xmls, buckminster.cspex, *.mspec, *.cquery's and *.rmaps
Ok...so I guess I need to know...what are the right additions (to cspex,
mspec, cquery and/or rmap) to include all of the ECF sdk (some
successful recent build from HEAD I guess) in the JMS target platform?
Don't we have some boilerplate for that (i.e. isn't it already like
that in some other builds)? If so just point me in that direction.