|Re: Creating a new discoverer [message #1266575 is a reply to message #789809]
||Fri, 07 March 2014 17:09
| Wenceslao Sanchez
Registered: March 2014
After looking for my problem in the MoDisco forums for this, I have decided to post my reply here and reopen this topic.|
My problem relies in my impossibility of execute any discoverer of my own creation. The others' discoverers work fine.
I have followed the instructions of the Official Eclipse Documentation and I have copy its same basic discoverer example but with no success.
No matter if I create the discoverer in a MoDisco Project or if I declare it in a general project and change its nature after to a MoDisco Project.
More concretely, I cannot find my discoverer in the "MoDisco Discovery Configuration Menu" when I click in "Run Configurations..." firstly (I show you in the file empty-menu.jpg). And when I select the menu, it only gives me the discoverers showed in the below image: menu-without-own-discoverers.jpg (my unwanted menu).
But my discoverers don't appear.
I followed the instructions of the Documentation and I modified the Manifest.mf adding the correct extension points in the plugin.xml attached. But the problem persists.
Furthermore, I have viewed and checkout through SVN the source code of all the discoverers in "svnroot/modelling/org.eclipse.mdt.modisco/" and they do appear in the menu in the image. I have already compare my discoverers with them and although both have the same identical plugin.xml structure and implement (and extend) the same interfaces (and classes) I still can't execute them.
In addition, I have built several discoverers, more and less complex, but with the same result. I used Eclipse Kepler and Juno. Indigo and Helios gave me problems when I installed MoDisco. I used MoDisco 0.8 to 0.10. I am unable to download 11 or 12.
If you wanted, you can see how my plugin.xml is correct as I attached it.
I will be very thankful of any little help.
Thanks in advance,
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