McClain Looney <email@example.com> wrote on 07/06/2004 03:51:31 PM:
> On Tuesday 06 July 2004 02:00 pm, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > Yes. The Eclipse update process does not provide a mechanism for
> > the old versions. I imagine this is so you can revert to the prior
> > configuration. It is otherwise safe to just remove those folders.
> actually this was caused by my renaming the feature ids between 9.3 and
> since the ids differ, eclipse thinks they are different features, and so
> leaves the other one alone. future updates should update properly (i.e.
> don't plan on changing the feature ids again).
I don't know, I have been using Eclipse for a long time and use the Update
Manager for my own plugins. In my experience Eclipse does not ever delete
the old versions. Perhaps, they improved it in 3.0, but that is not the
way it worked in 2.0. Also, the user implied he had a 0.9.5, .6 and .7 so
if you changed it in .4 he should have only had a .3 and .7.
Received on Wed Jul 7 06:09:48 2004