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Re: Context menus don't work in 0.9.23

From: Lars Grunewaldt <lgw_at_dark-reality.de>
Date: 2004-12-02 00:20:03 CET

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just wanted to note that I had the problem that my Eclipse/Subclipse was
unable to find libjavahl.* because they resided in /usr/lib - which is
NOT in LD_LIBRARY_PATH because it's hardcoded in ld. But it seems that
the java library loader has a bug/feature and only looks at the
directories that are in LD_LIBRARY_PATH, so adding

before running eclipse

pretty much did the trick on my system.

I'm not using 0.9.23 yet, though.

~ Lars

Chris Beck wrote:
| It is whispered that Mark Phippard was heard, on or about 12/01/04 15:52
| to say:
|> Then it would be helpful if you could do whatever you can to explore
|> this more to see what could be the cause.
|> Mark
| Well, it is definitely the case on my machine when I migrate from 0.9.22
| to 0.9.23 that the javahl vs cli preference is unset. Whether this is a
| case of the install or a change in the preference code I can't tell
| yet. I was browsing the sublclipse.tigris.org website and I can't seem
| to find the actual source in the View Source pages, only the www
| directory with the compiled jars. If you mail me the code or tell me
| where I can retrieve it or tell me the cvs commands to check out each
| branch I'll check into it.
| Cheers,
| Chris
| --
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| Opinions of bureaucrats do not create wrongs.
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