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Failure to export GMF/RCP using a Prdouct Configuration file. [message #533261] Wed, 12 May 2010 18:46 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: rbbnjmn.yahoo.com

I have a Product Configuration I want to use to export my GMF projects.
I specified RCP in the code generation, and all this works perfectly
when launching the diagram application. I can also launch the
application from the Product Configuration, again all OK.

In the dependencies tab I have the three EMF/GMF projects, then click
Add required Plug-ins.

Now to export the plugin based application I want.

I have a problem I cannot work around. During the export one or more
dependencies cannot be resolved. On investigation I always find that
the 'missing' plugin is perfectly valid and sitting right there in the
Galileo plugin directory.

The most common culprit is: org.w3c.dom.smil, needed by one or more
batik plugins...

It's impossible for now to export an application....

Any help appreciated
Re: Failure to export GMF/RCP using a Prdouct Configuration file. [message #533316 is a reply to message #533261] Thu, 13 May 2010 09:09 Go to previous message
Lorenzo Bettini is currently offline Lorenzo Bettini
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On 05/12/2010 08:46 PM, Roy Benjamin wrote:
> I have a Product Configuration I want to use to export my GMF projects.
> I specified RCP in the code generation, and all this works perfectly
> when launching the diagram application. I can also launch the
> application from the Product Configuration, again all OK.
>
> In the dependencies tab I have the three EMF/GMF projects, then click
> Add required Plug-ins.
>
> Now to export the plugin based application I want.
>
> I have a problem I cannot work around. During the export one or more
> dependencies cannot be resolved. On investigation I always find that the
> 'missing' plugin is perfectly valid and sitting right there in the
> Galileo plugin directory.
>
> The most common culprit is: org.w3c.dom.smil, needed by one or more
> batik plugins...
>
> It's impossible for now to export an application....
>
> Any help appreciated

Hi there

I had similar problems (not for GMF) when exporting products, and I
noted that it was due to the fact that it was trying to export an old
version of a plugin which was still there in the plugins directory, and
not the most up-to-date version... removing manually the jar file and
restarting eclipse solved the problem for me...

hope this helps
Lorenzo

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