Update Problem

Nickle
2009-04-14
2013-03-15
  • Nickle
    Nickle
    2009-04-14

    An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
    No repository found containing: com.python.pydev/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
    ....

    Any ideas?

    Nick

     
    • Guido Kollerie
      Guido Kollerie
      2009-04-14

      Same here:

      An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.ast/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.core/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.debug/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.feature/org.eclipse.update.feature/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.help/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.jython/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.parser/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.refactoring/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.templates/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727

       
      • Fabio Zadrozny
        Fabio Zadrozny
        2009-04-14

        What was the repository you used? (http://pydev.sourceforge.net/updates or http://www.fabioz.com/pydev/updates/\)?

        Just as a note, I've just tested it with both and it seems to work (on eclipse 3.4.1). It could be that the internet went down exactly at the time you were trying (but it seems to be OK now).

        If it still fails, you can try the .zip install...

        Cheers,

        Fabio

         
    • Guido Kollerie
      Guido Kollerie
      2009-04-14

      Same here:

      An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.ast/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.core/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.debug/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.feature/org.eclipse.update.feature/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.help/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.jython/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.parser/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.refactoring/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
        No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.templates/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727

       
    • Guido Kollerie
      Guido Kollerie
      2009-04-14

      Oops, browser refresh -> double submit. Anyway the repo I used is http://pydev.sourceforge.net/updates/ and that's still failing. Changing things to use http://www.fabioz.com/pydev/updates/ instead works.

       
    • Nickle
      Nickle
      2009-04-16

      This was running against

      http://www.fabioz.com/pydev/updates

      It's worked in the past.

      Nick

       
    • Lin Parkh
      Lin Parkh
      2009-04-16

      This same failure was what started my problems (led me to trying the overnight builds). I was failing when going to fabioz site as well.

       
    • Lin Parkh
      Lin Parkh
      2009-04-16

      I should add that I could manually click through the url and see the jar files. so it was odd

       
    • Glen Richards
      Glen Richards
      2009-04-16

      I've tried updating a few times over the last 3 or 4 days.  I get this problem every time so I don't think it's a connectivity issue.

      I use http://www.fabioz.com/pydev/updates/ for both pydev open source & extensions.

      I added: http://pydev.sourceforge.net/updates/ which has allowed me to upgrade pydev open source

      but I still can't upgrade extensions.

      I've tried uninstalling & reinstalling extensions.  No joy.

      I've resorted to downloading the zip and manually installing.  Which has worked.

      Most frustrating.

       
    • Nickle
      Nickle
      2009-04-22

      In the end, I had to remove pydev and all the updates from the config.

      Then reinstall using repo http://www.fabioz.com/pydev/updates/

       
    • Philip Steiner
      Philip Steiner
      2009-05-02

      I had the same error this morning. Fixed it by deleting then recreating the download site with URL "http://pydev.sourceforge.net/updates/"

       
      • nunobett
        nunobett
        2009-05-07

        Same problem using eclipse 3.4.2:

        An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.ast/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.core/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.debug/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.feature/org.eclipse.update.feature/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.help/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.jython/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.parser/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.refactoring/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727
          No repository found containing: org.python.pydev.templates/osgi.bundle/1.4.5.2727

         
    • James Garrison
      James Garrison
      2009-05-08

      This may be a manifestation of the infamous "no repository found" bug in Eclipse 3.4.

      I've upgraded my Eclipse to a beta of the next release, in which the update functionality has been reworked significantly.  It seems to be much faster and does not give (so far) these types of spurious errors.

       
    • James Garrison
      James Garrison
      2009-05-08

      Another thought.... I've seen instances where the content.jar and site.xml files are out of sync on the version number due, apparently, to delays in updates of the distribution servers.

       
    • Niko Wilbert
      Niko Wilbert
      2009-05-26

      Same problem here, on two different computers (one Linux, one Windows, on different networks). I had the same problem with the last update and only solved it with a completely fresh install of Eclipse. So I fear this bug will essentially stop me from ever updating PyDev in the future, which is is a major annoyance.

      Pydev is the only extensions causing this problem for me, so it is Pydev specific (even it if is caused by an underlying Eclipse bug).

      The mirror server at aptana (pro version) does not seem to work at all, it remains empty.

       
      • Niko Wilbert
        Niko Wilbert
        2009-05-29

        O.K., now it works, replacing the update server again with the original one did the trick.