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40+<p>&quot;Contribution&quot; means:</p>
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42+<p class="list">a) in the case of the initial Contributor, the initial
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--- trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/build.xml (revision 304)
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@@ -1,56 +0,0 @@
1-<project name="PropertiesEditorProject" basedir=".">
2-
3- <property name="keystore" value="../keystore/output.jks"/>
4-
5- <target name="signJar" description="jarファイルを署名を施します。">
6- <echo message="enter keystore password."/>
7- <input addproperty="storepass"/>
8- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
9- <fileset dir="." includes="PropertiesEditor.jar"/>
10- </signjar>
11- </target>
12-
13- <target name="signPluginJar" description="プラグインのjarファイルを署名を施します。">
14- <echo message="enter keystore password."/>
15- <input addproperty="storepass"/>
16- <echo message="enter plugin version."/>
17- <input addproperty="version"/>
18-
19- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
20- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/plugins" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit_${version}.jar"/>
21- </signjar>
22- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
23- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/features" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit_${version}.jar"/>
24- </signjar>
25- </target>
26-
27- <target name="signHyperlinkPluginJar" description="hyperlinkプラグインのjarファイルを署名を施します。">
28- <echo message="enter keystore password."/>
29- <input addproperty="storepass"/>
30- <echo message="enter plugin version."/>
31- <input addproperty="version"/>
32-
33- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
34- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/plugins" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.hyperlink_${version}.jar"/>
35- </signjar>
36- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
37- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/features" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.hyperlink_${version}.jar"/>
38- </signjar>
39- </target>
40-
41- <target name="signNlsPluginJar" description="NLSフラグメントのjarファイルを署名を施します。">
42- <echo message="enter keystore password."/>
43- <input addproperty="storepass"/>
44- <echo message="enter plugin version."/>
45- <input addproperty="version"/>
46-
47- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
48- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/plugins" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl_${version}.jar"/>
49- </signjar>
50- <signjar keystore="${keystore}" alias="chomakichi" storepass="${storepass}">
51- <fileset dir="./eclipse/updates/features" includes="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl_${version}.jar"/>
52- </signjar>
53- </target>
54-
55-</project>
56-
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--- trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/eclipse/updates/site.xml (revision 304)
+++ trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/eclipse/updates/site.xml (revision 305)
@@ -171,6 +171,15 @@
171171 <feature url="features/jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl_0.1.0.jar" id="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl" version="0.1.0">
172172 <category name="PropertiesEditor"/>
173173 </feature>
174+ <feature url="features/jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit_6.0.0.jar" id="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit" version="6.0.0">
175+ <category name="PropertiesEditor"/>
176+ </feature>
177+ <feature url="features/jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl_6.0.0.jar" id="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.nl" version="6.0.0">
178+ <category name="PropertiesEditor"/>
179+ </feature>
180+ <feature url="features/jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.hyperlink_2.0.0.jar" id="jp.gr.java_conf.ussiy.app.propedit.hyperlink" version="2.0.0">
181+ <category name="PropertiesHyperlinkDetector"/>
182+ </feature>
174183 <category-def name="PropertiesEditor" label="PropertiesEditor"/>
175184 <category-def name="PropertiesEditorForEclipse3.x" label="old release-Properties Editor for Eclipse3.x"/>
176185 <category-def name="PropertiesSearchForEclipse3.0.x" label="old release-Properties Search for Eclipse3.0.x"/>
--- trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/index_en.html (revision 304)
+++ trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/index_en.html (revision 305)
@@ -239,7 +239,7 @@
239239 </P>
240240 <P></P>
241241 <H3>About a license.</H3>
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243243 <a href="http://sourceforge.net/donate/index.php?group_id=110151"><img src="http://images.sourceforge.net/images/project-support.jpg" width="88" height="32" border="0" alt="Support This Project" /></a><br/>
244244 <CENTER>
245245 <FONT size=2>
--- trunk/PropertiesEditorUpdateSite/index.html (revision 304)
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@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@
238238 </P>
239239 <P></P>
240240 <H3>ライセンスについて</H3>
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242242 <a href="http://sourceforge.net/donate/index.php?group_id=110151"><img src="http://images.sourceforge.net/images/project-support.jpg" width="88" height="32" border="0" alt="Support This Project" /></a><br/>
243243 <CENTER>
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315- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License<BR>
316- along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software<BR>
317- Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA<BR>
318-<BR>
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320-Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.<BR>
321-<BR>
322-If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this<BR>
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325- Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author<BR>
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334-<BR>
335-You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your<BR>
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337-necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:<BR>
338-<BR>
339- Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program<BR>
340- `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.<BR>
341-<BR>
342- &lt;signature of Ty Coon&gt;, 1 April 1989<BR>
343- Ty Coon, President of Vice<BR>
344-<BR>
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31+<h2>Eclipse Public License - v 1.0</h2>
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44 label="%featureName"
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1515 </copyright>
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