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Re: [p2-dev] How to add a new feature to an existing repository?

Thanks for the advice, Paul/Brian.
I've tried both, the 0.0.0.qualifier and p2 query. 0.0.0.qualifier didn't generate the category for my new features. p2 query works fine. I'll go with p2 query for now.
Paul,
Are there any document/information on the syntax of this p2 query?

Best Regards

Samuel Wu


Inactive hide details for Brian de Alwis ---02/15/2011 01:45:51 PM---On 15-Feb-2011, at 1:20 PM, Samuel Wu wrote: > I'm just woBrian de Alwis ---02/15/2011 01:45:51 PM---On 15-Feb-2011, at 1:20 PM, Samuel Wu wrote: > I'm just wondering whether the feature version number


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On 15-Feb-2011, at 1:20 PM, Samuel Wu wrote:
> I'm just wondering whether the feature version number in the file category.xml can be more generic. Our feature version contains a time stamp which keeps changing in each build. I need to manually change the version number in category.xml before running it. Hope I can set a generic version number. But this is not a big deal.

In following-up on Paul's comment about embedding category queries, I came across bug 232432, submitted by David Williams.  It notes that you can simply specify just the feature id, and omit the url and version attributes, to pick up the latest version of a feature.

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=323432

Brian.



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