|Re: Class not found which is actually present [message #516597 is a reply to message #516345]
||Wed, 24 February 2010 14:24
Registered: February 2010
In case it helps, here are a few more details:|
Upon launch, the program wants to open a custom dialog, whose class is a subclass of org.eclipse.jface.dialogs.Dialog and defined in another bundle (which is also present in plugins/). There are no direct references to the jface.Dialog base class in my application class, only to the derived class (which is apparently found). There seem to be no general classpath problems, as other external classes I use (such as org.eclipse.swt.widgets.MessageBox) work. The cause for my error is a ClassNotFoundException, however, so there's definitely something going wrong with locating the base class. Only it's right there in the jar Any ideas what might be causing this behavior?
Edit: It works now, though I have no idea what change I made that fixed it...
[Updated on: Wed, 24 February 2010 16:31]
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