2008/4/22 Carsten Hoeger <choeger(a)open-xchange.com>om>:
On Tue, Apr 22, long hong wrote:
Hello, everyone! This summer I shall attend the
Google Summer of Code,
adding build service functions to eclipse. The bellow is my project:
Nice to hear! :-)
Now I just want to gather users'
expectations to this project. What
would you like to see when using Build-Service in Eclipse? Thanks a
Here some use cases that come to my mind:
- Add/Change packages
- Edit/Create package Templates
- Add/Change projects
- Edit/Create project Templates
- Add a "New Buildservice Package/Projekt" Workflow
- Edit specfiles and debian/* files using eclipse and upload them to the
- could be achieved in using/integrating existing technology, e.g.
- monitor build status
- download (and maybe even deploy package(s))
- Add a new view similar to the CVS Browser to be able to browse
projects/packages on the buildservice and download them with rightclick
I think SVN like is better :)
wrote, that the eclipse integration would depend on osc. I do not think, that
this would be a good approach. An eclipse plugin should work out-of-the-box
without installing additional software, IMHO.
OK, I see. Maybe I should add
functions similar to OSC but not use OSC directly.
I think first I should try to use Build-Service API. Anyway I've never
used RENT before
althouth I know what it is.
For internal purposes I started writing a java client for the buildservice to
be able to upload, download and query the buildservice from within ant-tasks,
that are integrated into CruiseControl¹.
Maybe we could combine our work and create a java client library for the
Interesting! Is it hard to do so?
With best regards,
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