|VE with Eclipse 3.3.0 [message #616882]
||Mon, 19 November 2007 21:25
| P. Michael Hutchins
Registered: July 2009
I used "Update Manager" the best I could to get VE.|
Product Configuration now shows the following:
o Visual Editor SDK 1.2.1.v20060825...
o Java EMF Model SDK 1.2.3.v20070130...
o Visual Editor 1.2.1.v20060817...
o Visual Editor Source 1.2.1.v20060817
I had a problematic RCP patch listed in the larger list. I couldn't
figure out how to get it fixed, so I just disabled & removed it.
The "VE Developer FAQ"
( http://www.eclipse.org/vep/WebContent/faq.html#install_howto) tells how
to get VE for Eclipse 3.1.2 -- and then says "With Eclipse 3.2, there's
Callisto, which makes it all simpler...". Then it says "See Callisto.",
but that URL takes me to a place that is utterly useless to me.
Then it says "Or you can download the version of VE that matches your
installation of Eclipse.", but I didn't find any way to do that matching.
When I run Eclipse -clean -debug, I get the following:
Start VM: -Xms40m
-vm C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_11\bin\client\jvm.dll
file:/C:/eclipse/.options not found
Time to load bundles: 63
Starting application: 5328
Application Started: 14375
Someone said that doing this showed some dependencies that he hadn't known
(although why in the world one would have to go to such an arcane command
line method to find this out, I can't imagine)
I don't see anything like that in my console output.
(The bottom line is that when I try to open a Java file in the Visual
Editor the way that Help sez to..
(right-click the .java-file in the Package Explorer view of theJava
perspective, and select Open With > Visual Editor in the popup menu)
..I can't find Visual Editor anywhere.
(ie: including looking in Other...) )
What should I do, please?
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