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== About the Equinox p2 Update UI ==
 
== About the Equinox p2 Update UI ==
 
If we're doing our job right, we won't need a user's guide for end-users to figure out the update UI!  This page is provided for the curious folks who may want to know what the UI is going to look like but don't necessarily want to play with p2 yet.
 
If we're doing our job right, we won't need a user's guide for end-users to figure out the update UI!  This page is provided for the curious folks who may want to know what the UI is going to look like but don't necessarily want to play with p2 yet.
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== How to get the new Update UI ==
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If you want to use the new p2 UI to actually modify a running Eclipse, you'll need to provision an Eclipse SDK using p2 and add the end user UI feature.  To follow step by step instructions for downloading the RCP agent that can help you with this task, see [[Equinox p2 Getting Started]].
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If you are using the Eclipse SDK and simply want to see what the UI looks like (without actually modifying your running Eclipse environment), you can load the p2 projects in your workspace and start up a new workbench.  See [[Equinox p2 Getting Started for Developers#Getting the code]].  This workbench will include the the UI, although it won't operate on your running Eclipse.
  
 
== For more information ==
 
== For more information ==

Revision as of 15:38, 1 November 2007

About the Equinox p2 Update UI

If we're doing our job right, we won't need a user's guide for end-users to figure out the update UI! This page is provided for the curious folks who may want to know what the UI is going to look like but don't necessarily want to play with p2 yet.

How to get the new Update UI

If you want to use the new p2 UI to actually modify a running Eclipse, you'll need to provision an Eclipse SDK using p2 and add the end user UI feature. To follow step by step instructions for downloading the RCP agent that can help you with this task, see Equinox p2 Getting Started.

If you are using the Eclipse SDK and simply want to see what the UI looks like (without actually modifying your running Eclipse environment), you can load the p2 projects in your workspace and start up a new workbench. See Equinox p2 Getting Started for Developers#Getting the code. This workbench will include the the UI, although it won't operate on your running Eclipse.

For more information

If you encounter bugs, or would like to enter enhancement requests for this work, please use the Equinox Incubator category in Bugzilla. You can add the prefix "[prov]" to the subject line of the bug report to help us with bug triage.