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* in Indigo 3.7 installation update site will be :  <span style="font-size:large; padding: 0 5px 0 5px; background-color:#ffbf00; border-color:green">http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo/</span>
 
* in Indigo 3.7 installation update site will be :  <span style="font-size:large; padding: 0 5px 0 5px; background-color:#ffbf00; border-color:green">http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo/</span>
  
Then, you can select "Modeling" category and "EMF Facet SDK (Incubation)" feature.
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Then, you can select "'''Modeling'''" category and "'''EMF Facet SDK (Incubation)'''" feature.
  
 
=== Update site locations ===
 
=== Update site locations ===
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* '''must not be used to build any product release''';
 
* '''must not be used to build any product release''';
 
* should be used by ''integration'' builds of the other release train members a few days before the milestones and release candidates to detect bugs or regressions.
 
* should be used by ''integration'' builds of the other release train members a few days before the milestones and release candidates to detect bugs or regressions.
 
  
 
== Using a archived update Site '''(Not Recommended)''' ==
 
== Using a archived update Site '''(Not Recommended)''' ==

Revision as of 09:03, 12 September 2011

Overview

EMF Facet Home page

Install

Using Eclipse Release Update Site (Recommended)

To install the latest EMF Facet release, just point your Install Manager to the default eclipse predefined update site: http://download.eclipse.org/releases/__release_name__. For instance:

Then, you can select "Modeling" category and "EMF Facet SDK (Incubation)" feature.

Update site locations

Update site uses

The releases update site :

  • contains the release (GA) and the service release (SR): GA, SR1, SR2 ;
  • must be used by all the regular users.

The milestones update sites:

  • contain the milestones and release candidates: M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, RC1, RC2, RC3, RC4 (=GA), SR1 RC1, SR1 RC2, SR1 RC3, SR1 RC4 (=SR1), SR2 RC1, SR2 RC2, SR2 RC3, SR2 RC4 (=SR2) ;
  • must be used by the other Eclipse projects' build (release and milestone) ;
  • are referred by Indigo b3aggrcon file and Juno b3aggrcon file.

The nightly update sites:

  • contain the build of the SVN head ;
  • can be used to test a not yet released fix of a bug ;
  • must not be used to build any product release;
  • should be used by integration builds of the other release train members a few days before the milestones and release candidates to detect bugs or regressions.

Using a archived update Site (Not Recommended)

You can download the archive of the EMF Facet updates sites form the EMF Facet download page but you will have to resolves the dependencies and find the corresponding archived updated site. The EMF Facet team does not provide the list of the archived updated site to download to satisfy the dependencies, because it is to complicated to maintain. That's why this kind of installation is not recommended.

Documentation

User documentation

Screencasts & Slides

Project documents

Indigo

Committer documentation

Bugzilla Queries

Support

Getting Involved

EMF Facet uses the MoDisco Developer Guide.

SVN: http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/modeling/org.eclipse.emft.facet

Developers mailing list: https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/emft-dev