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"API" for install path #2174

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gossi opened this Issue Aug 14, 2013 · 6 comments

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gossi commented Aug 14, 2013

Disclaimer: This issue is not intended for an end-users. Instead it focuses on tooling support for composer (such as the Composer-Eclipse-Plugin)

When packages installed, they are typically installed in the vendor directory. Though especially custom-installers change the path. One of the main features of the Eclipse-Composer-Plugin is to automatically manage the build-path, so that code-assist works seamlessly without any further user-interaction. For now, packages installed with a custom install path can't be automatically managed.

For these cases an install path "API" (maybe be another property in one of the json-files) would be handy and welcome to provide tooling support.

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Seldaek commented Aug 14, 2013

This could probably be dumped in vendor/composer in a new file or as part of the installed.json.. anyway I may not have time for this in a while because it's not critical, but if you'd like to do it I'm not against it.

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hason commented Aug 14, 2013

About a week ago I did something similar. I'll create a PR.

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Seldaek commented Apr 29, 2015

Is this still relevant? I am thinking if we got by without for so long it might be unnecessary complexity.

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gossi commented Apr 29, 2015

It still is, can't implement until this thing is done.

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Seldaek commented Apr 29, 2015

Have you looked at @hason's PR and perhaps tried it?

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gossi commented May 2, 2015

Actually, I only have noticed his PR... See my question there.

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