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Difference between revisions of "Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Eclipse"

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3. Download [http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ant-contrib/ant-contrib-1.0b2-bin.zip ant-contrib.jar 1.0b2] ('''''NOT 1.0b3!'''') and put it into <code>org.eclipse.dash.common.releng/lib/ant-contrib.jar</code>.  
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3. Download [http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ant-contrib/ant-contrib-1.0b2-bin.zip ant-contrib.jar 1.0b2] '''''(NOT 1.0b3!)''''' and put it into <code>org.eclipse.dash.common.releng/lib/ant-contrib.jar</code>.  
  
 
4. Open <code>org.eclipse.gef.releng/build.properties</code> and edit to suit your needs.
 
4. Open <code>org.eclipse.gef.releng/build.properties</code> and edit to suit your needs.

Revision as of 16:20, 19 March 2009

The process to run a build in Eclipse is getting ever easier.

1. Download a .psf file, such as gef.psf

2. Open Eclipse, and do File > Import > Team > Team Project Set. Browse for the .psf file you downloaded above, and import it. You should end up with three new workspace projects.

org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder
org.eclipse.dash.common.releng
org.eclipse.gef.releng

3. Download ant-contrib.jar 1.0b2 (NOT 1.0b3!) and put it into org.eclipse.dash.common.releng/lib/ant-contrib.jar.

4. Open org.eclipse.gef.releng/build.properties and edit to suit your needs.

5. Select org.eclipse.gef.releng/build.xml, then Run As > Ant Build.

6. A log of the build will appear as org.eclipse.gef.releng/buildlog.latest.txt.

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