This is great. Is the UI proposed
specific to the SDK? or tooling in general? That is, would
you envision this UI used in an RCP application? Perhaps something
more like prov.ui.user (in contrast to prov.ui.admin).
Susan M Franklin <susan_franklin@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
08/18/2007 06:12 PM
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[equinox-dev] [prov] new UI project
There is a new UI project,
This project will contain the UI for the "update manager replacement
UI." It currently contains a placeholder contribution and dialog,
but you will see it evolving over the next couple of weeks. The split
of the projects is done to separate shared provisioning UI stuff from any
particular instance of a UI.
org.eclipse.equinox.prov.ui - contains the shared stuff
org.eclipse.equinox.prov.ui.sdk - contains the update manager replacement
UI. You'll see terminology such as "feature" etc. used
in this UI...
org.eclipse.equinox.prov.ui.admin - remains the admin or developer UI,
where you'll see terminology such as "IU", "Profile,"
org.eclipse.equinox.prov.ui.rcp - is the rcp version of the above.
If you are self hosting, then by default you'll have access to both UI's.
You can operate the admin UI from the provisioning perspective, and
you can play with the SDK UI by going to Help>Software Updates (Incubation).
If you don't want the clutter of the multiple UI's, you can always
deselect the UI project that you don't want to see from the workspace plug-ins
that are loaded from your launch config.
I've updated the project sets and the map file. I apologize if there
is anything else I should have updated that I've forgotten...
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