I'm trying to create a simple application with the latest e4 on the latest eclipse 4.1.
I've added a menubar to my window and written and configured handlers for the menuitems. Now when I run the application I get a ClassNotFoundException for each handler I have.
I don't have this problem when running the generated example e4 application project.
I've tried using both handled menuitems and direct menuitems. What's the difference between those anyway?
Any ideas why my handler classes are not found at runtime? It's a single plugin project.
Handled menu items and tool items refer to using commands, similar to the pattern in 3.x although the implementation is completely different.
A direct menu item is basically a step above an SWT.Selection event. The renderers wire the event directly to an @Execute call. No chance to change handlers, no keybindings, nothing. Just SWT.Selection -> @Execute.