|Re: Minimal standalone help system [message #623451 is a reply to message #623450]
||Sun, 09 August 2009 20:23
| Lee Anne Kowalski
Registered: July 2009
In an earlier milestone for 3.5, I started with the "Eclipse Platform
SDK" package and managed to do it using those instructions. I haven't
tried it with the GA version of 3.5 yet.
I usually start with the Eclipse Platform SDK package on my machine,
because then I can do plug-in development in the PDE. Maybe the
instructions are specific to using the "Platform SDK" package, I don't know.
Hope this helps,
Andreas Ekstrand wrote:
> I tried installing a minimal stand-alone help system according to the
> Eclipse help
> ( http://help.eclipse.org/stable/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_help_setup_standalone.htm)
> with no luck. I tried from both the Eclipse Classic 3.5.0 for Windows
> download and the Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in Developers for Windows download.
> First, export can't be done to the <location1>/eclipse folder, don't
> know why but nothing gets written. I tried directly to <location1> and
> moving the resulting folders and files into the <location1>/eclipse
> folder and got a bit further.
> Second, I got the following message when starting with the recommended
> "java -classpath ..." command: "The Eclipse executable launcher was
> unable to locate its companion shared library." After searching the web,
> I found that the Equinox launcher doesn't seem to be included so that
> has to be copied manually. Okay, so I copied the equinox launcher jar
> file and folder.
> Now I got the following error in a log:
> org.eclipse.core.runtime.adaptor.EclipseStarter". Can't find a solution
> to that one.
> Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Has anyone succeeded in this? How
> should I get it to work?
> Andreas Ekstrand
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