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Re: [pdt-dev] Building PDT
yest this the best place to discuss PDT development.
Another good place is PDT extenders group forum:
We have a following guide for contributors:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT/Contributing (and wiki if you havent seen
yet, at http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT)
It explains how to really quickly build PDT and how to get it's source
code right in Eclipse.
There's also an almost-minimal list of PDT plugins (the psf file) you need.
In most cases you won't need to build pdt mylyn and help plugin.
If you're planning to contribute back your changes, you'd be best
starting off from our gerrit repository, which will then make it dead
easy for us to consume your improvements.
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 11:27 PM, Patrik Plihal <patrik.plihal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> First things first: is this list active or is there a better tool for asking
> how to build PDT ?
> The actual problem:
> I've been given the task to update an eclipse plugin for work. This consists
> mainly of a small patchset against an old version of PDT (its not even a
> patchset, just hacked in an compiled - deployed)
> I tried:
> 1 cloning PDT master, importing the projects
> 2 fetching all deps (DTLK, equinox, xsd, apache ant,...) I came across
> 3 figure out how to work with eclipse
> 4 even installed a so called delta-package
> 5 workarounded (rm *.RSA) a 2-time jarsign bug in eclipse 4.3.1 which
> happend on org.apache.ant
> and now have:
> an eclipse workspace where I have 50 or so plugins which I then can
> export via Product export "phpide"
> and I am wondering - isn't there an easier way to git clone the 3 or so
> subprojects of PDT I actually need and
> then somehow compile them in a fashion where I can put them into, say
> It would be best if one could use the standard PDT eclipse and dropin the 3
> custom jars to get the custom functionality. Or something equally easy.
> Thx Patrik
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