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Trouble Installing TPTP [message #87626] Thu, 16 November 2006 14:47
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Yesterday I had a painful battle trying to install tptp 4.2.1, I looking
for some suggestions on where I went wrong (following the instructions at allGuide42.html)

My story follows:
1. Find the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform website
2. TPTP website hides the installation instructions – however Google
found them here
( allGuide42.html)
3. Using the update site (
recommend in the installation instructions, try to find the features. It’s
slow, insanely slow.
4. From 4.2.1 select the Tracing and Profiling package – get warned of
errors because I don’t have all required plugins
5. Use the Select required – get errors because it can’t find the
required EMF dependency (among others)
6. Now try the manual steps
( allGuide42.html#install_manual)
of getting the All TPTP file
( .0/TPTP-4.2.0-200606190100A/
from an Eclipse download site. Hint don’t choose the main site its slow
try anything else (I used Indiana).
7. Unzip the download files in your eclipse directory.
8. Restart Eclipse
9. Now I get the option to Analyze my code (a static analysis tool –
like PMD. BTW why the duplication of effort?), but no “Profile As…” item
in my toolbar/context menus
( tptpProfilingArticle.html)
– what gives? Now I suspect that the right components were always on my
disk I just didn't know how to activate them.
10. Now I've got a copy of TPTP 4.2.x installed maybe I can retry the
update site and find a missing feature. But no joy just more wasted time.

Did I have everything I need installed? I think so. If so what do I need
to activate/make it appear in the UI the profiler.

Once we figure out my mistake is there anyway to update the installation
instructions to reflect the solution? Also could someone update the
installation to reflect the emf and other dependancies that will be a
problem if installed via the update route? Any of this would save the next
person my frustrating waste of a morning.
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