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Instructions for the Taxonomic Editor update site¶
- Update version numbers - In the
feature.xml files for:
update the version number, using the format "2.0.0.v20090617-1416" (Version 2.0.0, 16 Jun 2009 at 14:16).
Synchronize versions - In @taxeditor-feature/feature.xml@, choose the "Plug-ins" tab. Click on the "Versions ..." button and choose "Copy versions from plug-in and fragment manifests".
Update dependencies - If any Eclipse libraries have been added since the last update, in
taxeditor-feature-dependencies/feature.xmlunder the "Plug-ins" tab, make sure the library is in the Plug-ins and Fragments list.
Add features to update site - In
taxeditor-updateSite/site.xml@, under the tab "Site Map", first remove existing entries from the "Taxonomic Editor" node, then add the feature @eu.etaxonomy.taxeditorwith the latest version number. Do the same under the "Cdm Library" node for the latest version of the feature @eu.etaxonomy.cdmLibrary@. Finally, click the button "Build All ...".
Upload to update server - From @ECLIPSE_WORKSPACE/taxeditor-updateSite/@, upload the contents of
/var/www/cybertaxonomy.eu/taxeditor/update on @cybertaxonomy.eu/@. The update site is @http://cybertaxonomy.eu/taxeditor/update/@.
NOTE: when creating a product, in
taxeditor-application/TaxEditor.product@, under the "Configuration" tab, remove then re-add the @eu.etaxonomy.taxeditor feature to make sure the version is correct.
The most common problem you will run into is missing bundles. However it is not always obvious what bundle is really missing and most likely it is not the bundle stated in the log file but some other bundle the logged bundle depends on.
You can find an excellent description on how to deal with missing bundles here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Where_Is_My_Bundle