|Re: [galileo] "Unsatisfied version constraint" error [message #480597 is a reply to message #480231]
||Mon, 17 August 2009 19:19
| Nitin Dahyabhai
Registered: July 2009
Rich Kulp wrote:|
> Daniel Rampanelli wrote:
>> I'm working on a RCP application and until now I was using Eclipse
>> Ganymede (3.4). Since I wanted to take advantage of the new features
>> provided by Galileo, I installed it but things are not so nice as I
>> had expected. I'm getting a lot of "unsatisfied version constraint"
>> errors. I have discovered that I can get rid of those errors by
>> converting the "Require-Bundle" dependencies into "Import-Package"
>> statements. But even after this change, I have REALLY strange errors
>> (e.g. build path errors for SWT classes only on a single class o_O).
>> Has somebody any clue what is going on here?
> If I remember correctly, "unsatisfied version constraint" usually
> that you are trying to run code generated for a higher level of Java
> then what you are running on.
Actually, it's not reporting a problem with the version of the
bytecodes in the classes, it's literally saying that your manifest's
Require-Bundle versions ranges aren't satisfied any more. This can
happen if you had a tight upper bound specified and Galileo's
version numbers increased beyond what was specified.
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