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Re: [equinox-dev] List of installable units or log - using p2 director to automate Subclipse, M2eclipse, and M2eclipse Extra for OpenMRS developers
- From: misha680 <misha680@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 08:27:39 -0700 (PDT)
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Two quick question, if you can help much apperciated.
1. I would like to set up an IU that depends on IU's at _other_
repositories. Thus, user adds _our_ repository, clicks on _our_ IU, and all
the IUs from other repositories that _need_ to be installed are installed.
I read all P2 wikis but could not find anything I could understand to be
This seemed to be helpful:
but I did not really understand how to implement the scenario above in
practice. If there are any guides or working examples in the wild much
Currently, my solution is to make a GUI plug-in as below, which works, but I
feel like there must be a simpler solution:
2. Thank you so much for your helpful hint about the installed IU
I have taken this information and made the following command;
./eclipse -nosplash -application org.eclipse.equinox.p2.director -repository
This _does_ install those IUs, but _even if I add the eclipse 3.6 and helios
update_ repositories on the command line, I notice that this _does not_
upgrade org.eclipse IUs that a GUI install _does_.
In other words, this command, even with eclipse 3.6 and helios update
repositories added, does _not_ reproduce the GUI action of installing these
same IUs in terms of _upgrading org.eclipse dependencies_
Is there a command line switch I am missing to do this?
Thank you very much
Pascal Rapicault-3 wrote:
> A complete list of all the IUs that have been installed is available in
> the most recent profile file located in
> In order to facilitate things for you users, you may want to create one IU
> that refers to all the elements you need.
> This way your end user only has one thing to install
> On 2010-09-12, at 5:47 PM, misha680 wrote:
>> Dear All:
>> I am trying to automate the install process for OpenMRS developers
>> I have found a helpful reference here:
>> And have created a command line:
>> ./eclipse -nosplash -application org.eclipse.equinox.p2.director
>> That _seems_ to mirror my Eclipse install.
>> However, on further investigation, it seems that certain things are not
>> installed. Notably, all _features_ related to the application seem
>> completely missing under the features/ folder.
>> Is there a good way to _see a list of all installable units_ in Eclipse?
>> The logs seem to record _features_, there is a bundles.list file that
>> _bundles = plugins_,
>> but where can I see a log of installable units in Eclipse?
>> Thank you
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