[equinox-dev] [prov] Comments on Equinox Provisioning Engine Wiki page

2007-09-06 Thread James D Miles
Simon thanks for adding the info to the wiki. I have a lot of questions and comments but will constrain myself to a few here. Once these are clarified I will attack the remainder. In the section Engine processing model and phases You list collect, validate, uninstall/unconfigure,... Is this

Re: [equinox-dev] Launching with Foundation 1.1 VM

2007-09-06 Thread John Arthorne
Thanks Tom. Registry is not resolved because it requires a SAX parser. I tried org.apache.xerces from orbit, but it requires a 1.2 EE. Does anyone know of a SAX parser that will run in Foundation 1.1? Thomas Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 09/06/2007 12:47 PM Please

Re: [equinox-dev] Launching with Foundation 1.1 VM

2007-09-06 Thread Thomas Watson
The eRCP project has a XML parser they use. I believe they install them as framework extensions. See http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/dsdp/ercp/eRCP-v20070801.win32-x86.zip It includes two xml bundles (org.eclipse.ercp.xml and org.eclipse.ercp.xmlParserAPIs). These two

Re: [equinox-dev] Launching with Foundation 1.1 VM

2007-09-06 Thread Andrew Niefer
As an aside, find attached an example .ee file that can be used to start the J9 vm in-process using JNI instead of forking a process with j9.exe. Starting eclipse with -vm foundation11.ee will add all arguments found in the .ee file to the vmargs list. -Andrew Thomas Watson [EMAIL

[equinox-dev] [prov] - internal error updating metadata

2007-09-06 Thread Susan M Franklin
Is anyone else seeing these errors in their working IDE? For example, I just got this error while syncing with the repository. An internal error occurred during: Updating metadata. java.lang.NegativeArraySizeException I believe this is a self hosting issue (keeping metadata up to date with the

Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] directory watcher

2007-09-06 Thread DJ Houghton
You are correct, the project preferences themselves are stored in project/.settings/bundleID.prefs. But I don't know how the UI determines if they should be used. In a perfect world everyone would go through the preference service with the default lookup order (project being one of them) and then

Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] - internal error updating metadata

2007-09-06 Thread Pascal Rapicault
You are right, this is caused by the selfhosting bundle trying to react (poorly) to workspace changes... Once this occured it is likely that the metadata repo and artifact repo representing your workspace and target platform contain stale content. You can recover from this state by: - going to the

Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] directory watcher

2007-09-06 Thread Jeff McAffer
ok. Can someone (DJ?) take a stab at figuring out exactly how this should work? We have two settings template file that people can put in the project but we need to figure out how this gets hooked in etc. Jeff DJ Houghton/Ottawa/[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 09/06/2007

Re: [equinox-dev] Launching with Foundation 1.1 VM

2007-09-06 Thread Mark Rogalski
Tom, Thanks for handing out the info on eRCP. John, I'm afraid that you will probably find that SWT has some dependencies outside of Foundation 1.1. JFace certainly does. It may be possible for you to choose widgets that don't have dependencies, though. Things could get dicey doing this since