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[tycho-user] Tycho in a Client Server Environment
- From: Sebastian Janisch <sebastian.janisch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 15:54:17 +0100
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I am facing some uncertainties regarding the use of Tycho in a client server environment.
Here is the setting.
The client is built in Eclipse RCP. The server is a plain maven webapp, that sets up webservices consumed by the client.
Now the tricky part: the domain projects need to be deployed on both server and client. What we have so far are Domain-Maven Projects and we use Apache Felix to convert them into OSGI Bundles. This approach works, but is very cumbersome. Apart from that, we do not have a headless build for the client yet.
I have played around with Tycho today. Feels pretty neat to me. I am still uncertain as to how to work around the problem with the domain projects.
Expert advice would be much appreciated.