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Re: architecture questions

From: Geoff Howard <geoff_at_leverageweb.com>
Date: 2003-12-11 01:31:51 CET

Pardon my budging in from the peanut gallery...

McClain Looney wrote:

> On Wednesday 10 December 2003 11:50 am, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>>Ah, ok. Was it a bugfix? (Looks at svn logs...) r265, perhaps? What
>>revision is release 0.8.1 based on?
> the ssl thing was a bugfix
>>I'd like to try this out... will there be a 0.8.2 release anytime soon?
>>Or perhaps I should use a specific test-release, or just try building
>>everything myself?
> you can grab r375 if you're running linux and m5, if not, the latest win32
> build available for eclipse m5 is at www.loonsoft.com/downloads. the latest
> eclipse 2.1 build is the stock 0.81.

Unless something is mislabeled there, there is no M5 build for windows.
  Just two linux builds and a panther build.

> i'm not privy to the release schedule, so I can't say when the next release
> will be.
> alternately, you can d/l and compile it yourself if you like.

I tried recently and again last night with the eclipse 3 branch but was
having a lot of problems getting the project recognized. I read the
paper by Sunghun Kim & Guozheng Ge posted here recently but it seemed to
be missing important details about the subclipse3 branch.

I get errors on all the required plugins and the extension point (in
core at least) for example. I tried adding the jars from these plugins
in ECLIPSE_HOME to the libraries in build path properties but this had
no effect. I'm new to plugin development but have done this a few times
before and not had this problem - sorry if I've asked a bone-headed
newbie question.

- I assume the correct start is to check out branches/subclipse-3/core,
branches/subsclipse-3/core-windows, and branches/subclipse-3/ui as well
as trunk/svnClientAdapter as projects (using subclipse .81 IIRC)
- I noticed after it was too late to try again that I had done the whole
thing under M4 instead of M5, but am I right that this should not have
caused the problems I was seeing? Could the api have changed so
significantly between M4/5?

Received on Thu Dec 11 11:31:51 2003

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