|The repository indices have been rebuilt. As I'm about to go on a week's vacation, backups of the old indices are available here (for at least one week, after that they'll only be on my macbook's hard drive):|
Chris Frost has the necessary S3 privileges to replace the index files should that be necessary for any reason.
These files appear to some kind of packed xml.
However, I peeked inside the repository.zip an it seemed to contain json files, so I'm not sure what the relationship is between the two sets.
On 17 Feb 2012, at 11:07, Glyn Normington wrote:
Yes, the EBR index is out of date. I'm seeing if there is someone in SpringSource who remembers how to update it and can do so. (Remember the EBR is still in beta and is officially unsupported.)
(Also, I gather that a snapshot of the index was taken and copied into the dm Server tools. It would have been better to have the tools refer to the index remotely, preferably through a standard interface such as the upcoming OSGI OBR standard. But the EBR is pretty static these days. Spring 3.1.x releases should be published there and certain bundles required by Virgo, but other than that very little will change. I am still investigating a community-based alternative to the EBR, but that is very slow in coming...)
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