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Problem exporting OCL interpreter example [message #62425] Tue, 23 September 2008 07:35 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sderrienREMOVE.irisa.fr

Hello,

I have some problems when exporting the OCL interpreter example on my
eclipse plugin directory.

The example works perfectly well when launched as a runtime eclipse
application, however it is never loaded by my eclipse configuration when
exported in the eclipse plugin directory (not registered in the plugin
details info window).

I made the following checks :

* no messages in error/problem log
* used the -clean option when launching eclipse
* checked that the .jar was in the correct directory
* used another name fot the plugin

but couldn't solve the issue.

I am not sure wether it is an eclipse or OCL related issue, that's why
I'm asking in this group. Has anybody been facing the same problem ?

Thanks in advance,

Steven
Re: Problem exporting OCL interpreter example [message #62449 is a reply to message #62425] Tue, 23 September 2008 09:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: cdamus.zeligsoft.com

Hi, Steven,

I haven't had this problem with this particular plug-in. You should get
more diagnostic information if you run with the -debug command-line
argument. AFAIK, Equinox doesn't report configuration problems to the
Error Log without -debug, but the messages you will get generally are
quite informative.

Another consideration is whether you are using a p2-based Eclipse
Platform (i.e., Ganymede or later). In that case, you need to export
into ${ECLIPSE_HOME}/dropins/eclipse in order to spontaneously add a
plug-in to your config.

HTH,

Christian


news.eclipse.org wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have some problems when exporting the OCL interpreter example on my
> eclipse plugin directory.
>
> The example works perfectly well when launched as a runtime eclipse
> application, however it is never loaded by my eclipse configuration when
> exported in the eclipse plugin directory (not registered in the plugin
> details info window).
>
> I made the following checks :
>
> * no messages in error/problem log
> * used the -clean option when launching eclipse
> * checked that the .jar was in the correct directory
> * used another name fot the plugin
>
> but couldn't solve the issue.
>
> I am not sure wether it is an eclipse or OCL related issue, that's why
> I'm asking in this group. Has anybody been facing the same problem ?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Steven
>
Re: Problem exporting OCL interpreter example [message #62478 is a reply to message #62449] Wed, 24 September 2008 02:57 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: sderrienREMOVE.irisa.fr

Thanks Christian,

The problem was actually coming from another plugin which was not
correctly uninstalled. The -debug option helped me finfing the problem.

Steven

Christian W. Damus a écrit :
> Hi, Steven,
>
> I haven't had this problem with this particular plug-in. You should get
> more diagnostic information if you run with the -debug command-line
> argument. AFAIK, Equinox doesn't report configuration problems to the
> Error Log without -debug, but the messages you will get generally are
> quite informative.
>
> Another consideration is whether you are using a p2-based Eclipse
> Platform (i.e., Ganymede or later). In that case, you need to export
> into ${ECLIPSE_HOME}/dropins/eclipse in order to spontaneously add a
> plug-in to your config.
>
> HTH,
>
> Christian
>
>
> news.eclipse.org wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have some problems when exporting the OCL interpreter example on my
>> eclipse plugin directory.
>>
>> The example works perfectly well when launched as a runtime eclipse
>> application, however it is never loaded by my eclipse configuration
>> when exported in the eclipse plugin directory (not registered in the
>> plugin details info window).
>>
>> I made the following checks :
>>
>> * no messages in error/problem log
>> * used the -clean option when launching eclipse
>> * checked that the .jar was in the correct directory
>> * used another name fot the plugin
>>
>> but couldn't solve the issue.
>>
>> I am not sure wether it is an eclipse or OCL related issue, that's why
>> I'm asking in this group. Has anybody been facing the same problem ?
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Steven
>>
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