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RE: [equinox-dev] P2 touchpoint instructions doc

Agrred.
I've opened https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=238240 to track this.

equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 06/24/2008 03:50:15 AM:

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> RE: [equinox-dev] P2 touchpoint instructions doc

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> Haigermoser, Helmut

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> Ciao @ll :)
> I've already had trouble with this limitation, my Desktop Shortcut
> action tried to create a shortcut
> "Eclipse, 3.4" messing up the parameter parsing completely.
> Ended up substituting "," with "%comma%", this solved my issues but such
> substitution should be generalized into p2 code if we need to keep the
> limitation...
> HTH,
> Ciao, hh
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> [mailto:equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Henrik Lindberg
> Sent: 24 June 2008 00:59
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> Subject: Re: [equinox-dev] P2 touchpoint instructions doc
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> :)
> That means that it is not possible to have a parameter value that  
> includes a comma ','  - the parser will then think it delimits the  
> value. Which is fine for now for paths, filenames, artifact keys and  
> such, but perhaps not for some future touchpoints and actions.
> Is there some particular reason for using the current format and not  
> have actions as classes read/written to XML?
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> Henrik Lindberg
> henrik.lindberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> On 23 jun 2008, at 21.40, Simon Kaegi wrote:
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> >> Hm, I think may able to answer this myself. The format is actually
> >> documented :)
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> >> The touchpoint data has a map, the keys in this map are the phases
> >> like "install", and the value is the format described on the wiki
> >> page - i.e. a string that needs to be parsed
> >> to understand the actions and parameters i.e "action1
> >> (paramname1:value, paramname2:value,  
> >> paramname3:value);action2(...); ..."
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> >> Can someone confirm - or have I got it wrong yet one more time :) ?
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> > Yep. That's it. You've got it.
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