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Re: architecture questions

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2003-12-11 02:07:03 CET

On Dec 10, 2003, at 6:31 PM, Geoff Howard wrote:
>
> Unless something is mislabeled there, there is no M5 build for
> windows. Just two linux builds and a panther build.

my mistake, it's an m4 build.

> 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.
>

after checking it out, you should reocompute the project classpaths.
eclipse will correct everything by inserting the right libs for your
platform.

> 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.
>
> Notes:
> - 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)

you don't need svnclientadapter, it's included in core

> - 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?
>
>

yup, the plugin apis have changed from 4-5, lots of stuff moved (so
it's trivial to fix).

---
McClain Looney
m@loonsoft.com
Received on Thu Dec 11 12:07:03 2003

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