False alarm, that was problem with my local settings.xml file.
On Fri, May 22, 2015 at 11:18 AM, Denis Golovin <dgolovin(a)exadel.com> wrote:
... and build fails ;(
INFO] [ERROR] Cannot resolve project dependencies:
[INFO] [ERROR] Software being installed: org.jboss.tools.aerogear.thym
[INFO] [ERROR] Missing requirement: org.eclipse.thym.core
0.3.0.201504151706 requires 'bundle org.eclipse.core.expressions
[3.4.0,3.5.0)' but it could not be found
[INFO] [ERROR] Cannot satisfy dependency: org.jboss.tools.aerogear.thym
1.3.0.qualifier depends on: bundle org.eclipse.thym.core 0.1.0
On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 4:10 PM, Nick Boldt <nboldt(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Target platform 4.50.0.Beta1-SNAPSHOT has been updated to Mars M7.
> The decision was made today to have JBT 4.3.0.Beta1 / JBDS 9.0.0.Beta1
> prereq JDK 8 as a Bundle-RequireExecutionEnvironment (BREE).
> As such, Arquillian plugins that depend on Sapphire 9 have now been set
> to a BREE of JavaSE-1.8 . See JBIDE-19753.
> Server Tools has also been updated to take advantage of the new
> tm.terminal.* 4.0 plugins in place of the old tm.terminal 3.1 plugin.
> See JBIDE-19776.
> Next week, when it becomes available, we will start a new PR to update
> the target platform to Mars RC2.
> Reminder that code freeze for Beta1 is in TWO WEEKS on June 4, so the
> finalized 4.50.0.Beta1 target platforms for JBT and JBDS need to be
> released by June 3 at the latest.
> Stay tuned!
> On 05/14/2015 04:54 PM, Nick Boldt wrote:
> > Some more updates to the M7 TP, while we decide what to do about
> > Sapphire / Java 8.
> > * remove fest (it was commented out already)
> > * add org.eclipse.tm.terminal.control.feature.feature.group
> > (rse.terminals requires it); remove old org.junit
> > 3.8.2.v3_8_2_v20130308-0410
> > * add org.eclipse.egit.ui.importer 0.0.1.201505070847 (needed for
> > easymport)
> > * jbosstools-server requests that the new tm.terminal views/connectors
> > be installed along with it, so add org.eclipse.tm.terminal.*,
> > connector.local.feature and org.eclipse.cdt.core.native.feature
> > (JBIDE-17686, JBIDE-19776)
> > * Switch to Mockito 1.9.5.v20131024-0922 (from Locus 1.2.0.Final site)
> > If you haven't tried the latest M7 TP, please do so from this PR:
> > https://github.com/jbosstools/jbosstools-target-platforms/pull/142/
> > On 05/08/2015 04:02 AM, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
> >> On 7 May 2015, at 21:25, Mickael Istria wrote:
> >>> On 05/07/2015 08:32 PM, Alexey Kazakov wrote:
> >>>> The new TP includes the updated Sapphire v. 18.104.22.168505051659.
> >>>> Sapphire was updated in M7 and this version is not compatible with
> >>>> Sapphire v.22.214.171.124408261741 which was included in Mars TP before
> >>>> (M1-M6)
> >>>> Batch and Arquillian tools require Sapphire. It's not a big deal
> >>>> us to migrate Batch and Arquillian to new Sapphire API.
> >>>> But the problem is that the new Sapphire (M7) has
> >>>> *RequiredExecutionEnvironment: JavaSE-1.8*
> >>> Too bad this wasn't spotted earlier. Is anyone following the
> >>> mailing-list or bugzilla component?
> >> Sapphire announced it here:
> >> https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/t/890531/
back in January and
> >> yes, really bad we did not catch that.
> >> But we did monitor the release train but Sapphire did not put this
> >> change until M7. Where it is IMO is too late as said over here
> >> https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/m/1694326
> >> But Konstantin from Sapphire seem to not care about that ;/
> >>>> If we can't require Java 8 for Batch and Arquillian then we have
> >>>> switch to Sapphire 8.2 from 9.0 in our TP.
> >>>> Sapphire 8.2 supports Mars but Mars update site includes Sapphire
> >>>> 9.0. only.
> >>>> How are we going to deal with that?
> >>> Well, Java 7 has reached end-of-life a few days ago, so I would
> >>> support the idea of requiring Java 8 for those components. If they are
> >>> part of JBDS default package, then it means that JBDS will also
> >>> require Java 8.
> >>> If we want to keep Java 7, we can simply include only Sapphire 8.2 in
> >>> the target-platform and keep Sapphire 9.0 out. But I guess Sapphire
> >>> 8.2 and 9.0 cannot be installed simultaneously; can they?
> >> Konstantin claims they can - as long as you don't include two colliding
> >> features that requires them.
> >>> If not, then we need to make sure no other project that is important
> >>> to us and that we want to work together with JBoss Tools relies on
> >>> newer Sapphire.
> >>> So is anyone aware of some other project that requires Sapphire and
> >>> that we'd like to keep compatible with?
> >> I've raised question internally to see if any objections against
> >> to Java 8 since Java 7 is EOL'ed now *and* it seems its usage is
> >> declining faster than Java 6 did.
> >> /max
> >> http://about.me/maxandersen
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