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Re: [p2-dev] use of dropins support in rcp app?
- From: DJ Houghton <DJ_Houghton@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 16:14:56 -0400
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Hi Scott, this sounds right to me. The easiest this to do would be set up the rcp app for remote debug  and then connect and step through the code in the reconciler to see what is happening. After it makes it through a couple of isUpToDate() checks, the next interesting method is createProfileChangeRequest() which goes over all the available repo and discovers new bundles. If you can't figure it out then feel free to open up a bug report and attach a simple zip I can download it and see if I can see what's going on.
 add the following to the eclipse.ini:
Scott Lewis ---03/22/2011 02:48:41 PM---Hey, Is there any documentation on the use of the 'dropins' directory support
Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
P2 developer discussions <p2-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
03/22/2011 02:48 PM
[p2-dev] use of dropins support in rcp app?
Is there any documentation on the use of the 'dropins' directory support
in an rcp app? From what I've seen, I expect that these plugins need to
be present and started (and p2 dependencies of course):
Question: are there other things that need to be done (other than
having a dropins folder in install location), in order to have p2
install bundles and/or fragments that are added to the dropins folder of
an rcp application? What I'm seeing is that although these bundles are
present and started (at app startup), adding bundles to the dropins
folder is currently ignored.
Thanksinadvance for any pointers,
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