Swordfish Documentation: Setting Up Registry From Galileo Update Site

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Setting up a Swordfish Registry from the Galileo update site

This section contains instructions on setting up the Swordfish Registry by downloading a specific Swordfish Eclipse Runtime Target Platform from the Galileo Update Site.
This section also contains information about running the Swordfish Registry.

Prerequisites

Eclipse Galileo (Eclipse 3.5) build or later. The examples described here are based on Eclipse 3.5.

Setting up Swordfish Registry Target Platform

To set up the Swordfish Registry Target Platform, do the following:

  1. Create a new Target Platform definition. Click Window > Preferences > Plug-in Development > Target Platform.
    Taget plaftorm props.png
  2. Click Add and select Nothing: Start with an empty definition in the first page of the New Target Definition project wizard.

    New Taget Definition Window.png

  3. Type the name of the new Target Platform Definition and click Add under the Locations tab.
    Empty target definition.png

  4. Select Software Site in the Add Content project window and click Next.
    New content.png

  5. In the Add Software Site window, expand the list of items next to Work with: and select Galileo - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/galileo.
    NOTE: You may need to wait for several seconds.
    Add software site dropdown.png

  6. Click to expand the EclipseRT Target Platform Components category and select the Swordfish Registry and Swordfish Core items. Click Finish.
    Add swordfish core and registry.png

  7. After the last step, a Swordfish Target Plaftorm consisting of Swordfish Core and Swordfish Registry bundles will be uploaded as shown in this figure.
    New bundles location.png

  8. We are now almost done with this task. However, the Swordfish Core and Registry bundles require some equinox core bundles like org.eclipse.osgi.services, org.eclipse.equinox.common and org.eclipse.equinox.http.servlet. The easiest way to bind these to the current target platform is to take them from your current eclipse installation.

    To do this click Add in the Target Definition window; select Installation in the Add Content dialog.
    Add installation content.png

  9. Click Variables and select eclipse_home from the list. Click Finish
    Add eclipse home location.png

  10. Now your Target Platform definition should look like the image shown here.
    Target plaftorm definition with eclipse home.png

  11. Click Finish.
  12. Activate the Swordfish Registry target platform and save your changes.
    Activate target plaftorm.png

Running Swordfish Registry

Running Registry Target Platform is the same as running any other target platform.
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