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<source lang="xml"><property name="URL" value="http://dist.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/update/e3.7/" />
 
<source lang="xml"><property name="URL" value="http://dist.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/update/e3.7/" />
 
<p2.mirror>
 
<p2.mirror>
<repository location="file:${destination}/2.6.0.201103160035/" name="SpringIDE plugins for Eclipse 3.7" />
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<repository location="file:${destination}/2.7.2.201109131000/" name="SpringIDE plugins for Eclipse 3.7" />
 
< source>
 
< source>
 
<repository location="${URL}" />
 
<repository location="${URL}" />

Revision as of 12:39, 23 September 2011

How can I name the destination repo?

Ant:

<property name="URL" value="http://dist.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/update/e3.7/" />
<p2.mirror>
	<repository location="file:${destination}/2.7.2.201109131000/" name="SpringIDE plugins for Eclipse 3.7" />
	< source>
		<repository location="${URL}" />
	</ source>
</p2.mirror>

Maven:

I can only set a destination path:

<destination>${project.build.directory}/site</destination>

And while the *source* can include nested properties...

< source>
	<repository>
		<url>http://dist.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/update/e3.7</url>
		<layout>p2</layout>
	</repository>
</ source>

... I can't do the same for the *destination*:

<destination>
	<repository>
		<url>${project.build.directory}/site</url>
		<layout>p2</layout>
		<name>SpringIDE plugins for eclipse 3.7</name>
	</repository>
</destination>