Yes, but we won't be updating our 4.50.0.CR1-SNPASHOT tp for another 2
weeks, in order to collect more Mars.1 (previously called Mars SR1)
changes at the same time.
Paul's agreed to simply pull the 1.6.2 bits into his TP directly
(since he needs it for his Alpha release this week). He's already
doing that w/ Graphiti 0.13, so it's no big whoop to do it for another
almost-in-Mars.1 project, too.
Anyway, the schedule for JBDS 9 says our 4.50.0.CR1 TP will be out on Sept 9.
We can of course update it sooner / a few times, but less churn is
better, unless you're worried that devs need to start using something
from Mars.1 SOONER than 2 weeks from now?
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 10:33 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen
> Nick/Fred - I assume we get this via the RC1 update coming for our TP or
>> Hello World,
>> m2e 1.6.2 (220.127.116.1150818-2354) RC1 for Mars has been released. It
>> fixes a regression introduced in 1.6.1 that broke the groovy
>> See the changelog here . It can be installed from . 3rd party
>> configurator providers are *strongly* encouraged to check 1.6.2 works
>> Unless new blocking issues are found for m2e 18.104.22.16850818-2354, it
>> most likely be released as-is next week.
>> m2e 1.7.0 (22.214.171.12450818-2353) M1 for Neon includes all the fixes
>> 1.6.2 plus initial Java 9 support . It can be installed from .
>> Java 9 beta support for Eclipse must be installed from the
>> Please note m2e 1.7.0 now requires JDK 8 minimum to run.
>>  http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/milestones/1.6/
>>  http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/milestones/1.7/
>>  https://www.eclipse.org/mars/noteworthy/#_java_9_beta
>> "Have you tried turning it off and on again" - The IT Crowd
>> And if that fails, then http://goo.gl/tnBgH5
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