So no dependencies at compile/test time to Teiid ?
In any case, wouldn't these make the most sense to live next to Teiid eclipse code
Something we also need to get into our build anyway, right ?
On Apr 26, 2010, at 19:59, John Doyle wrote:
It only depends upon DTP. The DTP connectivity framework lets you
plug in to tweak the DTP framework for your specific connection URL, SQL semantics, etc,
but there is no build dependency on any Teiid resources. The user has to browse to the
client jar when they use the feature in order to connect and execute.
----- "Andersen Max" <max.andersen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Does this implementation not have any dependency on Teeid and thus
> something that is a natural part of Teed Designer eclipse feature, or
> On Apr 26, 2010, at 16:35, John Doyle wrote:
>> I'm working on a Eclipse DTP connectivity implementation for Teiid.
> My expectation for these plug-ins is that they will eventually be
> delivered with JBoss Tools and Dev Studio, but initially they will be
> delivered as a required feature with the Teiid Designer. The feature
> only depends upon Eclipse DTP, so it could be used in any DTP
>> I'm looking for advice on where I should check this code in
> permanently in order to support all of these delivery options. If
> these plugins have their own Athena/Hudson build do you think it's
> appropriate to check them into the JBoss tools repos?
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