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Re: [p2-dev] questions about profiles
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2008 09:06:03 -0700
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Thanks much for the responses. IDH :).
Pascal Rapicault wrote:
I'm not sure I fully grasped your question. But I'll try an answer to
the question "how do I bootstrap"?
At some point you have to have an IU that refers to all the pieces
that represent your application, and you invoke the director app (this
is what we use in the eclipse build) on that IU also passing along the
properties needed for your profile.
The question of the when do I bootstrap, mainly depends on how
changing is the environment you are deploying on. For example at one
point I remember Simon exploring with generating the profile on
startup of the servlet bridge. However that was well before we had any
kind of build integration and the like and I'm not sure we would take
that approach now. I think the bridge should have its own profile that
gets deployed along with the jar.
So this would entail creating a profile when building the war and
running the director (to create that profile) during the build process
for the platform (whatever the platform happens to be). For my
information/reference, where does the platform build usage of the
director (to create the SDKProfile) exist? An ant script or some such?