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From Antoine Toulme <anto...@lunar-ocean.com>
Subject Re: Problems building eclipse application elexis
Date Sun, 25 Apr 2010 15:15:04 GMT
Well I tend to rely on the OSGi env variable.

remember to use OSGi only to do resolution.

buildr osgi:resolve:dependencies OSGi=/home/src/galileo2/eclipse

You will need to upload the mapped dependencies.

Thanks,

Antoine

On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 01:47, Niklaus Giger
<niklaus.giger@member.fsf.org>wrote:

> Hi Antoine
> Am Samstag 24 April 2010 16:37:01 schrieb Antoine Toulme:
> > You can use the doc from HEAD:
> > http://intalio.github.com/buildr4osgi/
> Thanks a lot for the link.
>
> I however still have problems. I am using buildr 1.3.5 (should I upgrade to
> 1.4.0rc2 ?)
>
> The following buildfile
> <-->
> res = require "buildr4osgi"
> puts repositories.remote.inspect
> puts "Has osgi "+ defined?(osgi).to_s
> repositories.remote << "http://repo1.maven.org/maven2"
> <-->
> with the following settings.yaml
> <--->
>  local: /opt/4hudson/maven
>  remote:
>   - https://intra.net/maven2
> im:
> server: ngiger.dyndns.org
> usr: niklaus.giger@member.fsf.org
> pwd: secret
>
> osgi:
>  containers:
>    - /home/src/galileo2/eclipse
> <-->
> produces
>
> >buildr -v clean compile
> >(in /home/src/elexis.analytica, development)
> >["https://intra.net/maven2"]
> >Has osgi
> >^Cniklaus@ng:/home/src/elexis.analytica$ buildr -v clean compile
> >(in /home/src/elexis.analytica, development)
> >["https://intra.net/maven2"]
> >Has osgi
> Is there still something wrong with my setup?
> If I add
>        eclipseOsgi = OSGi::Container.new('/home/src/galileo2/eclipse')
> to the buildfile. It really reas the configuration in.
>
> May I suggest that you change in
> http://intalio.github.com/buildr4osgi/configuration.html
> the line
> - /my.osgi
> by
> - /path/to/my/eclipse/installation
> It would be clearer for newbies like me.
>
> I also checkout a bpmn. I think it is a very good idea to announce (free
> SW)
> project which use the package. E.g. it would be a good idea also to put
> onto
> the buildr homepage a few links to projects using buildr and/or
> buildr4osgi.
> You might also speak about "design wins" with managers.
>
> But building bpmn also had the same problem with missing osgi.containers.
> Wouldn't it be nice to add some kind of "bootstrap" task which populates
> (may
> be a local settings.yaml overriding the one in ~/.buildr) everything from
> known sources somewhere in the internet and producing a suitable
> settings.yaml? Or at least add a copy of the settings.yaml you used?
>
> Best regards and again many thanks for your help.
>
> Niklaus
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Antoine
> >
>
> --
> Niklaus Giger
>

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