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Re: [p2-dev] Installing plug-ins from a local folder

I am not too acquanited with the bundle pool and touchpoints. I'll read up the wiki. The ideal case, I need is something similar to the links file, I would need p2 to update its configuration if the folder pointed by the link file is modified or the link file itself is removed.


Cheers,
Ravi.

2009/2/26 Pascal Rapicault <Pascal_Rapicault@xxxxxxxxxx>

The current behaviour is to copy because p2 does not trust the user to not delete the folder and break himself. What would be needed for this to work is to have the eclipse touchpoint see this folder as a bundle pool.
As long as the folder is listed in the repository, then the update detected.

Inactive hide details for Ravi Sankar V ---02/26/2009 07:34:47 AM---Hi, I want to know the p2 recommended mechanism in eclipse Ravi Sankar V ---02/26/2009 07:34:47 AM---Hi, I want to know the p2 recommended mechanism in eclipse 3.4 of loading


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02/26/2009 07:34 AM

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[p2-dev] Installing plug-ins from a local folder




Hi,

I want to know the p2 recommended mechanism in eclipse 3.4 of loading plug-ins using p2 from a local folder.
However,
1) there shouldn't be any copy of the plug-ins created for this purpose (using local site copies the plugins/features to eclipse plugins/features) and
2) if the local folder gets updated the p2 should automatically install/uninstall the plug-ins (this is not working using links).

Thanks in anticipation,
Ravi.
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