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Building a product manually involves launching an Eclipse Export wizard, filling out a few fields, and clicking the Finish button Select the File > Export command to launch the desired export wizard On the first wizard page (see Figure 2 14), select Deployable plug-ins and fragments and then click the Next button
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Export wizard page 1 choosing the type of export
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On the second page of the Export wizard (see Figure 2 15), select the plug-ins to be exported, enter the name of the zip file to contain the result, and select the options shown In addition, specify that this export operation be saved as an Ant script in a file named build-favoritesxml in the comqualityeclipsefavorites project and check the Include source code option, then click Finish
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Figure 2 15 Export wizard page 2 specifying the zip file s contents
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The created zip file contains a single plug-in JAR file (a plug-in can be deployed as a single JAR file as of Eclipse 31):
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And that plug-in JAR file contains the plug-in as specified in the Export wizard:
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Unfortunately, this process is manual, and therefore prone to errors Manually building a product is fine once or twice, but what if a different person in the company needs to build the product What happens as the product grows and encompasses more plug-ins A product needs a repeatable and reliable method for building it
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An Apache Ant script provides a reliable, flexible, and repeatable process for building a plug-in project There is a little more up-front work to set up an Ant script, but it is much less error-prone over time than building a product manually For more information about Ant and constructing more complex build scripts, see 19 Eclipse can generate simple Ant scripts The prior section specified that the Export wizard generates an Ant script file named build-favoritesxml in the comqualityeclipsefavorites project:
< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > <project default="plugin_export" name="build"> <target name="plugin_export"> <pdeexportPlugins destination="C:\Build\QualityEclipse" exportSource="true" exportType="zip" filename="FavoritesProductzip" plugins="comqualityeclipsefavorites" useJARFormat="true" /> </target> </project>
The preceding simple script works well from the Eclipse UI; however, unfortunately, the pdeexportPlugins and other pdeexport* tasks are asynchronous and cannot be used in a headless environment (see Bugzilla entry 58413 at bugseclipseorg/bugs/show_bugcgi id=58413) making it difficult to build more than simple scripts If you want your build script to do more than just export plug-ins (see Section 321, Link files, on page 111), then you ll need a more complex Ant script similar to the following For more on Ant and build scripts, see 19, Building a Product
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< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > <project default="plugin_export" name="build"> <target name="plugin_export"> <!-- Define build directories --> <property name="buildroot" location="/Build/QualityEclipse" /> <property name="buildtemp" location="${buildroot}/temp" /> <property name="buildout" location="${buildroot}/product" /> <!-- Create build directories --> <delete dir="${buildtemp}" /> <mkdir dir="${buildtemp}" /> <mkdir dir="${buildout}" /> <!-- Read the MANIFESTMF --> <copy file="META-INF/MANIFESTMF" todir="${buildtemp}" /> <replace file="${buildtemp}/MANIFESTMF"> <replacefilter token=":=" value="=" /> <replacefilter token=":" value="=" /> <replacetoken>;</replacetoken> <replacevalue> </replacevalue> </replace> <property file="${buildtemp}/MANIFESTMF"/> <!-- Plugin locations --> <property name="pluginjarname" value= "comqualityeclipsefavorites_${Bundle-Version}" /> <property name="pluginjar" location= "${buildtemp}/jars/plugins/${pluginjarname}jar" /> <property name="productzip" value= "${buildout}/Favorites_v${Bundle-Version}zip" /> <!-- Assemble plug-in JAR --> <mkdir dir="${buildtemp}/jars/plugins" /> <zip destfile="${pluginjar}"> <zipfileset dir="bin" /> <zipfileset dir="" includes="META-INF/MANIFESTMF" /> <zipfileset dir="" includes="pluginxml" /> <zipfileset dir="" includes="icons/*gif" /> <zipfileset dir="" includes="src/**/*" /> </zip> <!-- Assemble the product zip --> <zip destfile="${productzip}"> <fileset dir="${buildtemp}/jars" /> </zip> </target> </project>
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To execute this Ant script, right-click on the build-favoritesxml file and select Run Ant (see Figure 2 16) When the Ant wizard appears, click on the JRE tab and select the Run in the same JRE as the workspace option (see Figure 2 17) Click the Run button to build the product
Figure 2 16 The buildxml popup context menu
Tip: If your Ant script uses Eclipse-specific Ant tasks, such as pde exportPlugins, then you must select the Run in the same JRE as the