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[p2-dev] Spoofing P2 profile in shared installations
- From: Krzysztof Daniel <kdaniel@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 14:34:32 +0100
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- Organization: Red Hat
Hello P2 developers,
I am trying to come up with a proof of concept that will:
(a) assemble shared Eclipse installation from RPMs
(b) have working P2 for regular users.
a is easy, b is not, but to get it working I'm trying to apply the
approach described in
So, first of all, I have modified the SimpleProfileRegistry#getProfile
and forced it to create a fake profile from the list of installed
bundles each time when no profile is found (http://fpaste.org/C2Gg/).
It worked to some extend - a profile in the user configuration is
written down properly, but the bundles.info (actually the whole
simpleconfigurator folder) is missing.
So it looks like I am able to fake profiles, but without a true
connection to the OSGI.
My question is: what have I actually missed? How can I make P2 to
actually use this new profile and write down the bundles.info in the
user home directory?
Krzysztof Daniel <kdaniel@xxxxxxxxxx>