This build now uses eclipse's Update Manager to download and install XULRunner automatically. XULRunner no longer has to be manually downloaded and configured. [More Info]
ATF must be installed using Eclipse's Update Manager. Please follow instructions carefully below.
|Operating system||Processor architecture||Java 2 Platform|
|Microsoft Windows XP||x86 32 bit||Sun and IBM Java 2 versions 1.4.2 and 5.0 for Microsoft Windows|
|Linux GTK||x86 32bit||Sun and IBM Java 2 versions 1.4.2 and 5.0 for Linux x86|
|Mac OS X||x86, PPC||Java for Mac OS X 10.4 Release 5|
The downloads are in the form of archived update sites. To install the ATF features into your Eclipse installation, perform the following steps:
Once ATF is installed, Eclipse must be restarted using the -clean flag ( i.e. eclipse -clean ).
Upon installing ATF through the downloadable zip file, certain pieces of 3rd party components are required in order to gain ATF's full functionality. The third party software needs to be downloaded and configured using ATF preference page options.
It is not required for all third party software be installed. If you only planned to use the Dojo Toolkit, then only the Dojo Toolkit needs to be installed.
More detail instructions are available in the AJAX Toolkit Framework User Guide in the Eclipse Help.
Note: The old method for copying the third party runtimes into the plugins is still supported> In the future this option may be
removed. This option shows up in the ATF preference pages for configuring third party software as pointing to an invalid location until
the third party software is copied into the plugin.
having errors. These "errors" can be ignored and should not cause any break in Dojo functionality.
Note: this has only been tested with prototype 1.4.0 and rico 1.1.2
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