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Re: [libra-dev] Build with signed JARs
- From: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2011 08:05:30 -0600
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On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Raev, Kaloyan <kaloyan.raev@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I suppose you have some experience with this with the EGit project. The
> Libra project has similar build infrastructure setup â Hudson + Tycho.
> I have the necessary privileges to sign jars with the Eclipse.org
> certificate. I am just looking for an automated way to produce the p2 repo
> with signed bundles.
> Could you share any hints how you produce p2 repository with signed bundles
> for the EGit project?
At the moment, we do this manually in EGit which sucks. We only do
this when spinning a release.
Since after you sign, you have to regenerate the p2 repo with the
publisher and then categorize the site with a category.xml...
The ideal solution is to have this part of the build and have it
toggable when you release. I've been working on a Tycho example that
takes all the lessons I've learned from setting up builds at
eclipse.org... it's not done yet but it's a start.
The only project I know of that has signing as part of their
Tycho-based build is Mylyn...
Maybe you can look in depth at what they did and then get it to work
with your build? I haven't had enough time to look at it and come up
with a generic example... last time I looked at it it needed a bit of
Sorry I couldn't help more on this.
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