Atelier "Check for updates" broken?

Atelier

Here's what I get when I check for updates from my 1.0.245 on Windows:

Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
  Software being installed: Atelier IDE 1.0.255 (com.intersys.eclipse.feature.estudio.feature.group 1.0.255)
  Missing requirement: Connection Manager 1.0.255 (com.intersys.eclipse.connmgr 1.0.255) requires 'bundle com.fasterxml.jackson.core.jackson-databind 0.0.0' but it could not be found
  Cannot satisfy dependency:
    From: Atelier IDE 1.0.255 (com.intersys.eclipse.feature.estudio.feature.group 1.0.255)
    To: com.intersys.eclipse.connmgr [1.0.255]
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Answers

John,

I get the same error as you if I disable repo http://download.eclipse.org/releases/neon in "Available Software sites" in Settings.

Please check that you have this repo enabled.

Regards,
Alexander.

By adding that repo I was able to upgrade to 1.0.255.

I guess that my original Atelier kit was built on Eclipse Mars, and that the developers recently moved up to Eclipse Neon but the upgrade mechanism didn't cope with this. Okay for a pre-release version of Atelier, but let's hope a similar thing doesn't happen once it's become a released and widely deployed tool.

This won't happen for the released version and we will make sure to advise the existing users to upgrade the kit. Thanks John!

- Joyce

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Hi John,

We tested on both Windows and Mac, but couldn't reproduce. Which version of Eclipse are you using? We suggest you upgrade to Neon and try to update Atelier again. 

Best,

Joyce

This is with a standalone install of Atelier.

I also have an Eclipse Mars.2 instance (Eclipse 4.5.2) that I had previously added Atelier 1.0.165 to. This one was able to upgrade Atelier to 1.0.255 successfully via "Check for updates".

Hi John,

We weren't able to reproduce it. We'd suggest you create a WRC ticket so you can have someone look into this further for you. You might also want to try a clean install of 255 to see if it works.

Best,

Joyce