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The following steps have to be done to integrate a new bundle (plug-in) in the SMILA build process:
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=== '''1. Include new plug-in into org.eclipse.smila.feature''' ===
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'''For further information see: [[SMILA/Development_Guidelines/Howto_build_a_SMILA-Distribution|Howto build a SMILA Distribution]]'''
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For further information see: [[SMILA/Development_Guidelines/Introduction to make.xml|Introduction to make.xml]].
 
For further information see: [[SMILA/Development_Guidelines/Introduction to make.xml|Introduction to make.xml]].
 
 
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After you create your new bundle and commit it to svn you have to perform the following step to integrate your new bundle (plug-in) into build process (Bamboo):
 
 
=== '''1. Include new plug-in into org.eclipse.smila.feature''' ===
 
 
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'''For further information see: [[SMILA/Development_Guidelines/Build and Test Eclipse Product|Build and Test Eclipse Product]]'''
 

Revision as of 04:45, 24 April 2009

The following steps have to be done to integrate a new bundle (plug-in) in the SMILA build process:

1. Include new plug-in into org.eclipse.smila.feature

EilfFeature.png

For further information see: Howto build a SMILA Distribution


Useful Information

From today (build process depends on make.xml) you don´t have to modify the build file (make.xml) anymore. The make.xml file includes all bundles,those are located under the local trunk folder. If you don´t want to include your new bundle into the build process, the bundle has to excluded explicit in the make.xml.

For further information see: Introduction to make.xml.