- 1 Getting Started
- 2 Obtaining Sources
- 3 Builds
- 4 How to propose and how to commit a patch
- 5 Get in touch
Currently Libra supports only Eclipse Indigo. As a prerequisite you need to install Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers. After that install Libra from the update site
The site contains:
- OSGi Facet Feature
- WAR Products Core Feature
- WAR Products Core Feature provides WAR deployment for Equinox based applications
- OSGi Facet Feature introduces:
- A new facet "OSGi Bundle" for Dynamic Web, JPA and Utility projects.
- Wizard for converting WTP standard projects to OSGi Enterprise bundle projects:
- Dynamic Web projects to Web Application Bundle projects
- JPA projects to Persistent Bundle projects
- Utility projects and simple Java projects to OSGi Bundle projects
- Both options modify project's MANIFEST.MF in order to become a valid OSGi bundle.
The facet may be enabled during project creation or after that from Properties page of the project. The wizard is available from project's context menu Configure > Convert to OSGi Bundle Projects...
Note that you may need to adjust your target platform accordingly.
Sources are available in Git repository http://git.eclipse.org/c/libra/org.eclipse.libra.git/
In order to sync them locally, you may use EGit
Libra build run on build.eclipse.org via Hudson using:
- at least Maven 3.0.0
Maven Build Sequence
Complete build sequence for a clean build (assuming $M2_HOME/bin is on the path and local Maven repository at ~/.m2/repository):
[~/org.eclipse.libra/development/org.eclipse.libra.releng] $ mvn clean install
How to reproduce a build to a certain change list
Fetch to the specific change and build with Maven as specified above.
How to propose and how to commit a patch
The process looks like this. More details follow below.
How to propose a patch
How to commit a patch
- Apply the proposed patch
- Test the patch
- Commit the patch
- Setup push configuration with the following push URL:
- Push the patch