|Re: DSDP/DSF build problems [message #590299]
||Thu, 10 January 2008 17:07
Registered: July 2009
The org.eclipse.dd.dsf.mi.ui is not used anymore in DSF and we have |
removed it from the nightly build (see bug 212369). We still have the
plugin in CVS to preserve the modification history. Although to be
honest I have no idea why the bug has the compilation errors that it
has. It doesn't have any source in it besides the plugin activator, so
there might be something strange going on with JDT.
Soon we are going to rename most of the DSF plugins (bug 213657) to make
them compliant with naming conventions and at that point we are going to
copy the plugins list to another location to preserve the CVS history,
but in this process we are then going to remove this plugin from
/cvsroot/dsdp/org.eclipse.dd.dsf, so hopefully that will eliminate this
confusion in the future.
Martin Oberhuber wrote:
> The classpath that PDE has for your DSF plugins has might be
> broken. Try "PDE Tools > Update classpath". Clean all projects
> (without rebuild), close project, reopen project might also
> help. You do have a Java 1.5 runtime installed that Eclipse can use?
(Window > Preferences > Java > Installed JREs)
> AbstractUIPlugin should definitely be found, so somehow your
> PDE / Classpath seems to be broken. I've seen that before on other
plugins, but never quite found what's causing this or how to workaround
it exactly... after some time of trying it eventually worked again.
> Also copying the dsdp.dd newsgroup and the dsdp-dd-dev list.
> Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
> Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
> Jesper Eskilson wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm trying to checkout the DSDP/DSF projects in order to study the
implementations, but I get loads of build errors; things like
"AbstractUIPlugin cannot be resolved".
>>> Severity and Description Path Resource Location
Creation Time Id
>>> AbstractUIPlugin cannot be resolved
DsfMIUIPlugin.java line 75 1199895367690 674
>> I've got a couple of other plugins which work fine, so my Eclipse
installation is not totally broken.
>> Can anybody give a hint about where I should start looking?
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