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Re: [eclipse-dev] Planning Meeting Post-Notes - 2 May 2012


how are those POM files looking? Do you have some examples? I looked in the CBI Git repos and the pom.xml files there look quite simple and don't contain any additional data (maybe I did not see a real one?) i.e. they could simply be generated on the fly by the builder for most bundles (I guess). Is the information stored in the pom.xml, more frequently changed by the builder team or by the committers that own the source? If the former, it would probably make more sense to keep those POM files separate from the source and owned by CBI . The additional files could be generated or mixed in when running the build and it would allow the CBI releng people to change those files at will.


From: Paul Webster <pwebster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "General development mailing list of the Eclipse project." <eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 02.05.2012 21:08
Subject: Re: [eclipse-dev] Planning Meeting Post-Notes - 2 May 2012

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 2:56 PM, Ian Bull <irbull@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I know 'Built by Tycho' is not planned for SR0, but if we do add the POMs (and other things) will we get feedback if this was done properly?  Essentially we want to add these now so we don't need to touch all of the bundles between SR0 and SR1, but without feedback (test compile for example), are we confident that we won't be fixing the POMs post SR0 anyways?

The CBI team will be running the CBI-based platform builds at the same time, and once we merge their pom files into our repos they'll be working against our repos (and the forks they are currently using  will disappear).  Their goal is to converge so that what they can build with CBI by Juno SR0 is the same [1] as what we will be contributing to SR0.

[1] for some value of the same.  It includes running their output through the comparator against whatever p2 baseline we provide.  But of course it's sensitive to changes in our repos.


Paul Webster
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