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This is a step by step description of how to export a bundle as a plugin from eclipse IDE.
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This is a step by step description of how to export a bundle as a plug-in from eclipse IDE.
  
 
* right click on the bundle to export and select <i>Export...</i>
 
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* click on <i>Finish</i> to export the selected bundle(s)
 
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* the export creates plug-in <tt>C:/temp/plugins/org.eclipse.smila.sample.pipelet_1.0.0.jar</tt>
 
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Latest revision as of 09:28, 24 January 2012

This is a step by step description of how to export a bundle as a plug-in from eclipse IDE.

  • right click on the bundle to export and select Export...

Export bundle step1.png

  • the Export dialog opens
  • select Plug-in Development -> Deployable plug-ins and fragments and click on Next

Export bundle step2.png

  • make sure your bundle is selected. You can also select multiple bundles and export them at once.
  • enter a directory to export the bundles to. Note that the export will create a folder plugins in the selected directory and export the bundles into this subfolder

Export bundle step3.png

  • click on Options and select Package plug-ins as individual JAR archives

Export bundle step4.png

  • click on Finish to export the selected bundle(s)
  • the export creates plug-in C:/temp/plugins/org.eclipse.smila.sample.pipelet_1.0.0.jar