|Re: [Acceleo 3] Module to plugin [message #549706 is a reply to message #549641]
||Tue, 27 July 2010 15:42
| Laurent Goubet
Registered: July 2009
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There should be no problem with exporting Acceleo plug-ins as Deployable
plug-ins; judging by what you tell here I'd say it's a problem with the
installation itself. The "normal" way of installing Eclipse plugins
since p2 appeared is to go through update sites, you shouldn't mess with
the jars and the plugins or dropins folder anymore. If you do however,
please remember that you need to launch eclipse with the "-clean" option
for the first launch after changing the plugins folder.
You could also create a New -> update site project, add in the necessary
information (included plugins), then build the update site so that you
can use it to install the plugins through p2.
Laviale Benoit wrote:
> I would like to transform my Acceleo Project into Plugin.
> To do that, i have two projects....
> The first with dot mtl. The second to have the User Interface(i build an
> Acceleo UI project )
> I customized my "manifest"... And after I run my plugin ( in eclipse).
> I do some test, all is good...
> Now, I must "export" my plugin...
> (I have no errors at the export)
> But after when I try to install it, it goes wrong... If I put the jar
> file(or the unjared folder) in the plugin folder, i can't have my
> "actions" on the "*.uml" files (Like in the test when i run the plugin
> in the Eclipse environment)
> What's the problem?!
> best Regards
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