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Re: [p2-dev] Pack200 and Canonical Descriptor Issue

Are you sure it is valid? One example I see is:

<artifact classifier='osgi.bundle' id='org.eclipse.m2m.qvt.oml.common' version='2.1.0.v20091205-0148'>
<properties size='4'>
<property name='artifact.size' value='81755'/>
<property name='download.size' value='81755'/>
<property name='download.md5' value='bb7c21d7d912a5590d85d95f742f29e4'/>
<property name='download.contentType' value='application/zip'/>
</properties>
</artifact>

Which has no corresponding plugin jar. There are many of these for various bundles. Sorry, my links before were one level too low.

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Marcus Kestler
Advisory Software Engineer
IBM Rational Capilano Group
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Inactive hide details for Pascal Rapicault ---03/16/2010 11:56:46 AM---You are being lied to. p2 does not produce such repositoPascal Rapicault ---03/16/2010 11:56:46 AM---You are being lied to. p2 does not produce such repositories. Judging from previous discussions thro


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03/16/2010 11:56 AM

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Re: [p2-dev] Pack200 and Canonical Descriptor Issue

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You are being lied to. p2 does not produce such repositories. Judging from previous discussions through bug reports, I believe this results from the modeling build infrastructure that runs some a script of its own that strip out the canonical artifacts.
That said this repository seems to be valid.

On 2010-03-16, at 11:45 AM, Marcus R Kestler wrote:
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