eclipse3 RC2 port
gldisater at gldis.ca
Tue Jun 15 17:50:37 GMT 2004
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Greg Lewis wrote:
| On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 01:41:04AM +0900, Norikatsu Shigemura wrote:
|>On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 10:33:45 -0600
|>Greg Lewis <glewis at eyesbeyond.com> wrote:
|>>># make deinstall
|>>># find /usr -newer timestamp
|>>Since you're just updating the eclipse port, we may as well keep the
|>>installed files in /usr/local/eclipse don't you think?
|> I think so. I'll change $PREFIX/eclipse3 to $PREFIX/eclipse.
|> Ah, how about eclipse's plugins problem?
| I don't know what the problems are so I can't comment :(.
|> May I commit to java/eclipse-devel without repocopy? And
|> if eclipse3 will be released, then java/eclipse will be
|> updated and java/eclipse-devel will be removed. Do you think?
| Usually a repo copy is in order for a -devel port. I suggest at this
| we should:
| 1. Repo-copy eclipse to eclipse-devel.
| 2. Commit the 3.0RC2 port to eclipse-devel.
| 3. Figure out what to do with the eclipse sub ports (e.g. eclipse-gef)
| when we update eclipse to 3.0 and figure out whatever the plugin
| problems are.
| Sorry to be making more work :(.
The Eclipse plugins need to be updated to use the 3.0 versions. Most of
the major plugins have been following 3.0 development and have
maintained a 3.0 version of their plugin. In some cases it would be more
accurate to say they have followed 3.0 and maintained their 2.1 plugin
Jeremy Faulkner http://www.gldis.ca
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