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Understanding the BuildForge adaptor for RTC

Anthony Kesterton (7.5k8180136) | asked Mar 05 '09, 7:38 p.m.

BuildForge (BF) has an adaptor for RTC that allows you to use BF in place of the Jazz Build Engine (JBE). Looking at the adaptor, it appears that you have to create an actual local workspace with the .project info and rtc metadata for the Build user. The adaptor then uses the scm cmdline to do its work.

However, when you use the scm cmdline, you don't appear to need anything more than a shared directory created in advance. This can then be used to be your local workspace.

Why do we need to create the local workspace for BF, while the cmdline only needs a plain directory? Anyone know the explanation (or am I using the BF adaptor incorrectly)?



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