We noticed that the target-platforms contains explicit dependencies to
some source bundles and SDK features. It's a bad thing, since the
target-platform should contain the minimal set of dependencies (and use
the includeSource flag to get source in IDE magically).
I'd like to remove all those ".source" and ".sdk" IUs from
target-platforms. Before I do so (in a few days), please raise your hand
in case your project does require one of those depedencies, or you'll
see your build broken.
Thanks in advance.
Eclipse developer at JBoss, by Red Hat <http://www.jboss.org/tools>
My blog <http://mickaelistria.wordpress.com> - My Tweets
For those who have problems with installing
hub<https://github.com/defunkt/hub>on Windows. I did the following and
1. Install Git for Windows <http://msysgit.github.com/>
2. Install Ruby with RubyInstaller <http://rubyinstaller.org/>
3. Add ruby\bin\ to your system PATH variable
4. Download hub standalone <http://defunkt.io/hub/standalone> (you must
save it as "hub", not "standalone") into your git\bin\ folder
Now you should be able to use "hub" from Git Bash shell like this:
$ hub clone jbosstools/jbosstools-forge
As requested, I have provided an article on the technical details of creating a much loosing
coupling between Teiid Designer and the Teiid client runtime libraries. This enables Designer to
support multiple client runtimes in the same session thus connecting to different versions of Teiid
at the same time, ie. Teiid 8.2 (JBoss 7) and Teiid 7.7.1 (JBoss 5) so far.
If anyone would like further information then feel free to drop me a mail or catch me on irc ...
Paul (a.k.a. phantomjinx)
"I know exactly who reads the papers ...
* The Daily Mirror is read by people who think they run the country.
* The Guardian is read by people who think they ought to run the country.
* The Times is read by people who do actually run the country.
* The Daily Mail is read by the wives of the people who run the country.
* The Financial Times is read by the people who own the country.
* The Morning Star is read by the people who think the country ought to be run by another country.
* The Daily Telegraph is read by the people who think it is."
Jim Hacker, Yes Minister