Hi, On Saturday 20 February 2010, Niels Thykier wrote: > eclipse comes with its very own set of build scripts and an ant-wrapper > that eclipse plugins usually use for their compilation (featuring stuff > like pre and post compile hooks etc.). I cannot recommend attempting to > emulate this with regular ant; also the ant-wrapper itself is run via > eclipse - which tends to make it try and create/access $HOME/.eclipse, > causing FTBFS on the buildd machines (e.g. see #480693). From the command-line options of the eclipse , there are a few that control where the platform will store its data (and defaults to $HOME/.eclipse). I understood that #480693 was going to go away with the new eclipse, but if this problem is more systemic and we want to have some recipe for buildd machines, I can take a look, just let me know. I got this HPPA machine from Clint so it could be a good time to try to set it up to mimic the buildd machines. Best regards, Pablo  http://help.eclipse.org/help32/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/reference/misc/runtime- options.html
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