Thanks for the answer.
I finally compiled the Subclipse and can run it with new work branch.
It's a big step for me, since I'm new at the plugin stuff. :-)
I have a question about the compile process.
But the way I compiled the source code is somewhat awkward. I checked
out branch (subclipse 3) and copy ui and core directories to workspace.
And created simple projects named ui and core, and specified each
directory in workspace.
There is a need to make an export link in java build path. After that I
was able to compile and run compiled subclipse.
I think there is a more simple and *right* ways to compile subclipse.
What is the right way to compile subclipse?
Is there any compiling guide or something?
Also is there any way to automatically find out and include all
necessarily plugin libraries rather than finding jar files manually?
Since the classpath in library points gtk.swt, I needed to change it to
Thanks for your help in advance.
From: Cédric Chabanois [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Compiling and running
> I really like the subclipse and it’s really cool.
> Actually I wanted to compile the source code. I have a quick quest.
> I have a workbench and installed subclipse plug-in. Using the
> subclipse I downloaded source code and compiled.
> When I run new workbench how do I now the activated subeclipse is from
> installed plugin or from source code?
> Have a nice day.
> Sung Kim
You should have the message
If you proceed, plug-ins from the workspace will be used.
Duplicated plugins :
when you run your project as a new Workbench.
You can also uncheck the duplicates in the Launch Configurations
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