You can install, but do you get categories? I just tried using that
site from Eclipse 3.4.1 on Linux, and everything was under the
Uncategorized category. According to the site.xml, xulrunner should be
in the category "Mozilla Libraries", and everything else should be in
"JBossTools Development Release: 3.0.0.CR1-N200811201326".
Nick Boldt wrote:
Hmm. I had no problem installing using p2 (Eclipse 3.4.1) from this
site, which includes both a site.xml (Eclipse 3.3 update site) and
content.jar/artifacts.jar (Eclipse 3.4 / p2 metadata):
Also no issues installing from a locally-built version, for that matter.
Sean Flanigan wrote:
> Sean Flanigan wrote:
>> Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
>>>> I think adding P2 metadata to the repo is supposed to help:
. I might have to
>>>> look at generating P2 metadata for the langpacks' site.xml.
>>> we need to look into the same for our update site in general.
>> It turned out to be really straightforward, unless I'm not doing it
>> right. Have a look at the p2 task in
>> The "hard" part was wrapping each argument in <arg> tags (and
>> that it's a good idea to turn off the splash screen (!) and enable
>> console logging).
> I knew it was too easy: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=240254
> As of Eclipse 3.4.1, you can have categories in your update site, or you
> can have updates that finish within a human lifespan. Not both.
> In the case of langpacks, I think I'll keep the P2 metadata. I'll add a
> note to the P2 JIRA: https://jira.jboss.org/jira/browse/JBIDE-2246
Senior Software Engineer
Engineering - Internationalisation