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Re: [p2-dev] Shared Installs

No other subtle differences, at least not that I can think of :)

Inactive hide details for Ian Bull ---28/01/2010 08:19:17 PM---Is there any difference between running eclipse in a read only dIan Bull ---28/01/2010 08:19:17 PM---Is there any difference between running eclipse in a read only directory vs. setting the -configuration option when launching e


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28/01/2010 08:19 PM

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[p2-dev] Shared Installs




Is there any difference between running eclipse in a read only directory vs. setting the -configuration option when launching eclipse. In both cases, you get a local configuration, p2, plugins and features directory, as well as a local artifacts.xml.  All changes (configuration changes, new installs, etc...) all happen in local area.

So is the only difference that running eclipse in a read-only directory sets the -configuration flag automatically, or is there more subtle differences?

cheers,
ian

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