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Buckminster Galileo Builder

Revision as of 18:04, 14 April 2009 by (Talk | contribs) (Command line options)

How to get started

  1. Start an Eclipse 3.5 installation, I20090407-1430 or newer. If you don't have one available, it can be downloaded from here
  2. Use the P2 update manager and add the update site
  3. Install the Galileo Builder feature found under the Buckminster Tools category

Running the build

From the command line

Just type:
eclipse -nosplash -application <options>

From within the IDE

Create a Launch Configuration of type Eclipse Application, check Run an application, select, go to the Arguments tab and enter the options, then click Run (or Debug).

Command line options

Option Value Description
-verifyOnly N/A Only verify all meta-data. Do not create a mirror
-update N/A Reuse the results of the previous run, i.e. update metadata and, if applicable, the mirror
-production N/A Enable sending of emails to proper addresses
-logLevel ERROR, WARNING, INFO, or DEBUG Control the verbosity of the trace output. Default level is INFO
-buildModel <path to file> An absolute path to the file (the one found adjacent to all contributions)
-buildRoot <path to folder> A path denoting the folder where all generated artifacts will end up. This setting overrides the attribute with the same name in the build model.
-buildId <build id> The ID of the current build.
-targetPlatformRepository <URL> A pointer to the repository that contains the target platform. Typically the last milestone or an I-Build.

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