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This page collects resources Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) release engineering.
 
This page collects resources Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) release engineering.
 
==Building DTP==
 
==Building DTP==
*Details about the build system used for DTP 1.6 through mid-M6 (early March, 2008) can be found [[DTP Ganymede Build Instructions | here]].
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*In early March, 2008, DTP has transitioned to a PDE-based build system managed by Xiaoying Gu. [[DTP Build Transition | This page]] describes the changes made as a result of this move.
*In early March, 2008 DTP will transition to a PDE based build system managed by Xiaoying Gu. [[DTP Build Transition | This page]] describes changes that will happen as a result of this move.
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*[[ DTP Releng Instructions| How to build DTP from CVS using PDE Basebuilder]]
*For DTP releng procedure using PDE Basebuilder, please refer to [[ DTP Releng Instructions| this page]]
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*Details about the former build system used for DTP 1.6 through mid-M6 (early March, 2008) can be found [[DTP Ganymede Build Instructions | here]].
  
 
==Working with DTP Map Files==
 
==Working with DTP Map Files==
 
*An index from plug-in ID to map file(s) can be found [[DTP Ganymede Map File Index | here]].
 
*An index from plug-in ID to map file(s) can be found [[DTP Ganymede Map File Index | here]].
 
*Information about a map file management plug-in can be found [[Releng Map File Tool | here]].
 
*Information about a map file management plug-in can be found [[Releng Map File Tool | here]].
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== How to check out source code according to map files ==
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An easier way is to use the org.eclipse.releng.tools plug-in (at the end of the platform download page for each build):
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- Check out org.eclipse.datatools.releng with the tag you like<br/>
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For release later than Galileo M5, you may need to check out map projects:
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  org.eclipse.datatools.connectivity.releng or
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  org.eclipse.datatools.enablement.releng or
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  org.eclipse.datatools.modelbase.releng or
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  org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.releng or
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  org.eclipse.datatools.incubator.releng
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It depends on which sub-project you like to check out.
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- Choose the map file that contains the project that you are interested in<br/>
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- Choose context menu > Team > Load Map Projects<br/>
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This should load all projects defined in map file into your workspace, with the tag in map file.

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Introduction

This page collects resources Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) release engineering.

Building DTP

  • In early March, 2008, DTP has transitioned to a PDE-based build system managed by Xiaoying Gu. This page describes the changes made as a result of this move.
  • How to build DTP from CVS using PDE Basebuilder
  • Details about the former build system used for DTP 1.6 through mid-M6 (early March, 2008) can be found here.

Working with DTP Map Files

  • An index from plug-in ID to map file(s) can be found here.
  • Information about a map file management plug-in can be found here.

How to check out source code according to map files

An easier way is to use the org.eclipse.releng.tools plug-in (at the end of the platform download page for each build):

- Check out org.eclipse.datatools.releng with the tag you like
For release later than Galileo M5, you may need to check out map projects:

 org.eclipse.datatools.connectivity.releng or
 org.eclipse.datatools.enablement.releng or
 org.eclipse.datatools.modelbase.releng or
 org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.releng or
 org.eclipse.datatools.incubator.releng

It depends on which sub-project you like to check out.

- Choose the map file that contains the project that you are interested in
- Choose context menu > Team > Load Map Projects

This should load all projects defined in map file into your workspace, with the tag in map file.