Thanks for the answers. The promote.xml nicely creates a texo specific
update siite here:
this because I give this as the targetUpdateDir.
However, I also want it to be placed on this update site:
Should I do this by just changing the targetUpdateDir? I guess so but
what is a good syncmethod setting.
If I choose replace as the syncmethod will then only Texo builds be
replaced or will the complete update site be replacecd by Texo (not what
I want as I would delete also the EMFT things there).
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Nick Boldt wrote:
I have started to use the promote.xml script (see the output below). A
question I have, how are the EMF update sites updated? It does not seem
to happen with the promote.xml I am using.
You give it the folder in which the Update zip is found, and it
unpacks it into the directory you specify. Easy-peasy. Perhaps your
zip has some weird non-standard name? Or isn't a zip? Maybe you want
to just add a <copy> step to the end of your promote.xml script to
simply copy the unpacked site to its final resting place on
Another thing: I put the update site zip in the drop directory but the
zip link is not shown. There seems to be a mismatch between what the
modeling download page expects and the name of the Update zip file. The
update zip file has this name:
The download page shows this:
a) build.cfg file is missing
b) filename doesn't follow the usual pattern. Go look at how your
Teneo zips are named and follow accordingly. Hint: remove "-0.1.0"
can the modeling download page to be changed to
not show the links/groups for which there are no files?
Yes. Go edit www/modeling/emft/downloads/index.php and add/remove
entries. Same process you did for Teneo when adding EclipseLink. You
may want to look at www/modeling/emf/downloads/index.php for examples
of files which have been deprecated / added to EMF (Core).
You could also trash the downloads page entirely and go with something
lighter-weight like this:
(or perhaps something more stylish, but just as simple.)