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variable ${target.nl} [message #501523] Wed, 02 December 2009 16:24
Rudi Missing name is currently offline Rudi Missing name
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Hello,

I'm developing a multilingual application on the eclipse RCP. Recently I got a new PC and set up a new Ecplise Galileo SR1 Build id: 20090920-1017. Then I checked out the hole project freshly from SVN in new workspace. Everything works fine just one little problem. The application dosn't start in the language I'm running my OS (Windows 7), as it did before on the old PC (Windows XP). So I made some investigations and found out the following:

When I start a product over the link 'Launch an Elipse application' in the graphical product-editor, eclipse creates a new run configuration with the name of the product and sets the following as the default program arguments: -os ${target.os} -ws ${target.ws} -arch ${target.arch} -nl ${target.nl}.
With this arguments, my application starts in a different language then the OS is. But when I remove "-nl ${target.nl}" from this arguments, and restart this run configuration again, the application starts in the language of the OS.

Can you please tell me, how the variable ${target.nl} is resolved by the RCP and how it can be manipulated?

Thank you in advance,
Rudi

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