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== How to check out source code according to map files ==
 
== 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 download page for each build):  
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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):  
  
- Check out org.eclipse.dtp.releng with tag you like<br/>
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- Check out org.eclipse.dtp.releng with the tag you like<br/>
 
- Select the cvs project(s) you're interested in <br/>
 
- Select the cvs project(s) you're interested in <br/>
 
- Choose context menu > Replace With > Released <br/>
 
- Choose context menu > Replace With > Released <br/>
  
 
This should fetch each project's tag from the map files and check out the correct version.
 
This should fetch each project's tag from the map files and check out the correct version.

Revision as of 05:54, 18 April 2008

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Contents

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.dtp.releng with the tag you like
- Select the cvs project(s) you're interested in
- Choose context menu > Replace With > Released

This should fetch each project's tag from the map files and check out the correct version.