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Re: [rt-pmc] [cross-project-issues-dev] Layout and licenses

FYI, as of the forum post on Feb 1: http://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/mv/msg/283164/788256/#msg_788256

all Gemini JPA releases are available in the Gemini P2 repo:

 http://download.eclipse.org/gemini/updates/jpa

Just so people know :-)

Thanks,
-Mike

On 06/06/2012 12:13 PM, Gunnar Wagenknecht wrote:
Hi,

Just to shed some lights into the issue. Gyrex requires Gemini JPA for
its EclipseLink JPA integration. Gemini JPA does not provide a p2
repository. Thus, it's in the Gyrex repo which is part of Juno.

Any ideas how to proceed?

Migrating to some external library just because Gemini isn't
participating in Juno seems wrong to me.

-Gunnar

Am 06.06.2012 15:48, schrieb Thomas Watson:
I don't know anything about why gemini.jpa or gef3d are getting added to
the repo, but this made me think about your question:

"If these bundles are in the repository, shouldn't the owning projects
be Juno particpants?"

I don't know the correct answer, but it strikes me as odd that we allow
non-eclipse third party dependencies to be added to the repo, but when
it comes to a dependency on another project's bundles we force the other
owning project to participate fully in the release.  What if the project
does not want to participate?  What if there is an IP acceptable
alternative (non-eclipse) project that could be used?  Would we prefer
the use of that non-eclipse third party technology over the eclipse one
simple because the owning eclipse project does not want to participate
in the Juno release?  It seems to me that such cases should be treated
as any other third party dependency and we should not force the owning
project to participate in the release.

Tom



Inactive hide details for Wayne Beaton ---06/06/2012 08:17:55 AM---Hey
folks. I'm going through the layout and licenses reportsWayne Beaton
---06/06/2012 08:17:55 AM---Hey folks. I'm going through the layout and
licenses reports today.


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    Date:

	
06/06/2012 08:17 AM

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[cross-project-issues-dev] Layout and licenses

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Hey folks. I'm going through the layout and licenses reports today.

I've already opened a couple of bugs regarding missing about files and
am just starting into the licenses. These issues need to be addressed
before any reviews can be declared successful. Note that these are very
basic requirements that are independent of participation in the
simultaneous release. If you need help, please ask.

There a Gemini JPA bundle in the repository. I'm also seeing a GEF3D
bundle. Why? If these bundles are in the repository, shouldn't the
owning projects be Juno particpants? Or did I miss a memo?

org.eclipse.gemini.jpa_1.0.99.v20120225-1927.jar
org.eclipse.gef3d_0.8.1.v20120528-0244.jar

Who owns these bundles:

org.eclipse.rephraserengine.core_8.0.0.201205300709.jar
org.eclipse.rephraserengine.ui_8.0.0.201205300709.jar

(I'll guess tools.ptp.photran based on the version number).

Wayne
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