openapi.jar

Jetbrainers - is it ok for me to add the openapi.jar file to my public
version control repository to allow any one compiling my project to build
my plugins?

Mark


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Hello,
Maybe it's not needed, becose compiling process run will be under IntelliJ,
and openapi.jar will always present.

Read this http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ProjectPluginTemplate
for information.

Thanks!

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Jetbrainers - is it ok for me to add the openapi.jar file to my public
version control repository to allow any one compiling my project to build
my plugins?

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Mark

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...turn to the light - don't be frightened by the shadows it creates,
...turn to the light - turning away could be a terrible mistake
...dream theater - the great debate

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On Wed, 30 Apr 2003 13:35:42 +0400, Alexey Efimov wrote:

Maybe it's not needed, becose compiling process run will be under
IntelliJ, and openapi.jar will always present.


Well no it won't. Compiling will be from ant, potentially on an automated
build server, or by someone who doesn't actually use/run Idea.

The license agreement says I can't, without written permission from
Jetbrains, so I've asked Eugene about that.

However, this bears importance with a discussion from a month or so ago in
the EAP group about the forthcoming GUI and AOP compilers - where it was
stated they would be made available in a license "free" manner so that
people could build that code from automated build servers, or by those not
using Idea, hopefully the openapi can also be distributed in this manner.

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