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Re: Building subclipse on Linux

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2003-09-26 14:40:00 CEST

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On Friday 26 September 2003 02:23 am, lamikr_mdk wrote:
> I see that some patched for the Linux support has been sent.
> I would like to build subclipse under Linux and I have some questions.
> (I have already been able to build javahl which may really be the
> hardest part due to weird configure issues -:(

Yes, javahl is a mess.

> 1) Can I just take the newest subclipse sources (ie no anything special
> branch)
it should work on the latest, i built against 148

> 2) Do I need to use Eclipse M3 or will 2.1 work as well?
The patch was made against M3, ymmv if you use 2.1.

> 3) Are there some tweaking I need still to do for the configure files or
> code files before I can start?

Possibly, most of it is taken care of automatically. it appears as though the
manifest includes some absolute pathnames, which will of course be broken on
your system.

I will be updating the patch shortly to resolve the TeamImages issue I
mentioned before.

btw, i verified that checkout, commit and history work. Drilling into the
repository doesn't seem to function, but I don't know if that works on win32
either.

good luck!

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McClain Looney
LoonSoft LLC
m@loonsoft.com

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Received on Fri Sep 26 22:40:00 2003

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