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General CVS Information

Connection Type Committers  :ext:
Anon access  :pserver:
Host dev.eclipse.org
Repository Path /cvsroot/technology


IdAS SPI Projects

Project Module Location Eclipse PSF ViewCVS
IdAS APIs org.eclipse.higgins/plugins/org.eclipse.higgins.idas.spi anonymous viewcvs
committer


Build Instructions

  • Building within Eclipse:
    • The normal project build method will compile the source
    • How to produce a standalone jar:
      • In Eclipse, do this:
        • Window, Show View, Ant. An ant browser appears.
        • Right-Click, Add Buildfiles..., browse to the buildfile (build.xml) you want to add and select it.
        • Expand the build file to expose the jar target.
        • Double-click the jar target to build the jar.
    • How to produce javadoc:
      • Follow the instructions above to add the ant buildfile to the ant browser
      • Double-click the javadoc target.
    • How to produce an Eclipse plugin:
      • Follow the instructions above to add the ant buildfile to the ant browser
      • Right-Click the plugin target, Run As, 2 Ant Build..., go to JRE tab.
      • Make sure that you either choose "Run in the same JRE as the workspace" option or provide "-DECLIPSE_HOME=<path to eclipse installation>" VM argument.
      • Click Run.
  • Command-line build
    • How to produce an Eclipse plugin:
      • From the project directory, run "ant plugin -DECLIPSE_HOME=<path to eclipse installation>"
      • Note that this requires an Eclipse installation
    • How to produce a standalone jar file:
      • From the project directory, run "ant jar"1.
    • How to produce javadoc:
      • From the project directory, run "ant javadoc"1.
  • Builds notes:
    • 1 In order to process plugin specific files you will need to add "-DECLIPSE_HOME=<path to eclipse installation>" option to the command line.

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