Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread DJ Houghton
+1 Jeff McAffer/Ottawa/IB [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread Pascal Rapicault
In the long, there is no discussion about doing this change. However the benefits of doing it right away are not clear to me. +0 PaScaL From: Jeff McAffer/Ottawa/[EMAIL

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread John Arthorne
+1. This is release-hardened code, and deserves graduation. It is in wide production use today in Eclipse 3.3, and in the eclipse.org jar signing infrastructure. It needs a bit of cleanup (such as javadoc for its API), but there is plenty of time for that in the 3.4 release cycle. Jeff

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread Andrew Niefer
+1 As for doing it now, is there any benefit to waiting? There is some amount of work that will depend on this change. Both update.core and pde.build will need to be updated after this change. As well, the p2.jarprocessor is considered HEAD for bug fixes (there is at least

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread Thomas Watson
+1 There is currently provisional API in the org.eclipse.osgi which is currently used by update to check the certificate trust and to verify the content of signed bundles. I assume the jar processor API can use an IProcessStep to which uses the API from the framework to perform this type of

Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] processing steps, restartable downloads and ECF

2007-09-10 Thread Scott Lewis
Hi Jeff, Jeff McAffer wrote: Thanks to Stefan we have been introducing the notion of ProcessingSteps to munge the content as it is downloaded from an artifact repository. This allows for things like inline MD5 digest checking, unpack200 processing, delta merging, signature checking, ...

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread Pascal Rapicault
I did not know it included some fixes that were necessary. +1 From: Andrew Niefer/Ottawa/[EMAIL PROTECTED]

[equinox-dev] Reconciling two profiles

2007-09-10 Thread Andrew Overholt
Hi, As we discussed on the call today, Tim and I have been working on a Reconciler. Pascal mentioned his contentiously-named become operation in the Director. This is very similar to what I wrote in our Reconciler but now I'm at the stage where I want to re-install what was initially in the

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread John Arthorne
I'm not sure it will be necessary to use JarProcessor for this. The main benefit of using the JarProcessor is when doing modifications recursively on nested jars. To verify during install, I think it's sufficient to verify the top level artifact, so recursion isn't needed. Also, since

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

2007-09-10 Thread James D Miles
I have posted a new page Multi-User Proposal for P2 http://wiki.eclipse.org/Multi-User_Proposal_For_P2 James D Miles/Austin/IBM@

[equinox-dev] Equinox projects tagged for 3.4 I-build

2007-09-10 Thread Thomas Watson
The map file has been updated for the following Bug changes: + Bug 165964. Process Bundle-NativeCode at resolve time (FIXED) + Bug 200068. AdapterManager fails to find correct IAdapterFactory if the IAdapterFactory implementation class loader cannot load the class returned by the getAdapterList()

Re: [equinox-dev] Reconciling two profiles

2007-09-10 Thread Pascal Rapicault
Hi, As you guessed, doing a become followed by an installation of the bits installed in the user profile will cause a loss of information, since after the completion of the become the profile will have completely forgotten about the user IUs (the IUs that had been installed in the user profile)

Re: [equinox-dev] [vote] graduating the new jar processor bundle

2007-09-10 Thread Jeff McAffer
yes! re confusing names. Renaming the JarProcessor one sounds good to me. Unless of course the p2 artifact repo processing steps make sense in the JAR processor. :-) Jeff John Arthorne/Ottawa/[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 09/10/2007 03:59 PM Please respond to Equinox