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Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 19:24 Go to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Bill,

This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?


Bill Winspur wrote:
> It seems that access to the source code of Eclipse is not quite as
> open as it used to be, which I assume is a policy issue to explore in
> this forum.
>
> 1. On Ganymede, I can see the source code of internal classes
> such
> as:
>
> org.eclipse.core.internal.resources.Project
>
> simply by performing a Show Declaration... operation on selected
> reference to it in the java editor. The source code then opens in
> another editor pane.
>
> 2. However, on Galileo the same operation results in opening a
> .class read-only pane showing psuedo-code compiled from a class
> file. At the top of the listing is the following unselectable text:
>
> "The JAR of this class file belongs to container
> 'Plug-in Dependencies' which does not allow
> modifications to source attachments on its entries."
>
> Has the policy of accessibility to internal code (openness) in Eclipse
> changed ?
>
> Can one conveniently browse 'internal' source in Galileo, as was
> possible in Ganymede ?
>
> Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497347 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
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Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497350 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497362 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497368 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497371 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497375 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497378 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497386 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497400 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497403 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497407 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497419 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497424 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497430 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497438 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497441 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497449 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497452 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497463 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497467 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497472 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497480 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497499 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497505 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497509 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497520 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
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Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497531 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497550 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497569 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497572 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497584 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497607 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497610 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497615 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497637 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497644 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497653 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497659 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497668 is a reply to message #497192] Thu, 12 November 2009 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bill Winspur is currently offline Bill WinspurFriend
Messages: 180
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed Merks wrote:
> Bill,
>
> This has nothing to do with open source policies of the foundation. Not
> only that, I can still see Project when I use Ctrl-Shift-T to locate
> it. Perhaps you don't have the SDK installed in your environment?
>
Ed,

I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was
this behavior of hiding source that I have on the plug-in class-path,
which prompted me to check for open source policy changes. By policy
change I meant something like:

"Starting with galileo, source for internal packages ...."

Thanks for your response. If necessary, I'll pursue this on the platform
forum.

Bill.
Re: Has Eclipse Open Source Policy Changed? [message #497676 is a reply to message #497347] Fri, 13 November 2009 05:17 Go to previous message
Prakash G.R. is currently offline Prakash G.R.Friend
Messages: 621
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Bill Winspur wrote:
> I do have the SDK. Ctrl-Shift-T takes me to the type select dialog,
> which when the Project type is selected, pulls up a .class pane not a
> ..java pane. This is also what the Open Declaration (F3) does. It was

You need to check what is your target platform. Probably that doesn't
have the source. Either case, the code is always available from the CVS
with anonymous access. Its not hidden.

- Prakash

Platform UI Team, IBM
http://blog.eclipse-tips.com
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