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Product appearance in About | Installation Details
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Milan Kubec
2018-03-16 14:19:47 UTC
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Hello Tycho users,
maybe it's not question directly for Tycho users but it's closely
related to building the product I believe. We're working on RCP
application which includes various parts of Eclipse projects (mainly
CDT, modelling etc.) together with our plugins. We use Tycho and we have
hopefully followed good practices for assembling the product, but one
thing is a bit strange - the way how product is presented in About |
Installation Details view. We have .product file which lists *all*
features (under <features>) that consists of the product and the product
is presented under *one* node, the one defined in the product definition
file. It means that only one node is presented in the view.

The question is how to setup the product the way that one node will
represent our own features and on the same level other nodes will
represent other features that consist of the product. e.g. the same way
as it you look at C/C++ Eclipse IDE About.

Thanks

  Milan Kubec
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Pierre-Charles David
2018-03-16 15:00:45 UTC
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Post by Milan Kubec
Hello Tycho users,
maybe it's not question directly for Tycho users but it's closely
related to building the product I believe. We're working on RCP
application which includes various parts of Eclipse projects (mainly
CDT, modelling etc.) together with our plugins. We use Tycho and we
have hopefully followed good practices for assembling the product, but
one thing is a bit strange - the way how product is presented in About
| Installation Details view. We have .product file which lists *all*
features (under <features>) that consists of the product and the
product is presented under *one* node, the one defined in the product
definition file. It means that only one node is presented in the view.
The question is how to setup the product the way that one node will
represent our own features and on the same level other nodes will
represent other features that consist of the product. e.g. the same
way as it you look at C/C++ Eclipse IDE About.
If I understand your question correctly, I think you may be looking for
this:
https://codeandme.blogspot.fr/2014/06/tycho-11-install-root-level-features.html

Regards,
Pierre-Charles David (Obeo)
Milan Kubec
2018-03-16 16:13:09 UTC
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Yes, yes, yes, that's it

Thanks you very much

  Milan Kubec
Post by Pierre-Charles David
Post by Milan Kubec
Hello Tycho users,
maybe it's not question directly for Tycho users but it's closely
related to building the product I believe. We're working on RCP
application which includes various parts of Eclipse projects (mainly
CDT, modelling etc.) together with our plugins. We use Tycho and we
have hopefully followed good practices for assembling the product,
but one thing is a bit strange - the way how product is presented in
About | Installation Details view. We have .product file which lists
*all* features (under <features>) that consists of the product and
the product is presented under *one* node, the one defined in the
product definition file. It means that only one node is presented in
the view.
The question is how to setup the product the way that one node will
represent our own features and on the same level other nodes will
represent other features that consist of the product. e.g. the same
way as it you look at C/C++ Eclipse IDE About.
If I understand your question correctly, I think you may be looking
https://codeandme.blogspot.fr/2014/06/tycho-11-install-root-level-features.html
Regards,
Pierre-Charles David (Obeo)
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