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Re: [p2-dev] questions about profiles
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2008 20:58:54 -0700
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DJ Houghton wrote:
A lot of the p2-related code can be found in the eclipse builder
project. Check out:
This is the guy who runs the director to provision the SDK, etc. There
are also some p2-related Ant calls in the buildAll.xml file in the
root of that project.
p2-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 09/10/2008 12:06:03 PM:
> Hi Pascal,
> Thanks much for the responses. IDH :).
> Pascal Rapicault wrote:
> > <stuff deleted>
> > 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
> > is what we use in the eclipse build) on that IU also passing along
> > 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
> > 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
> > 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?
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