I installed the SWTBOT plugin just the way as tutorial shows. But when I tried to add
to the manifest file, it couldn't find it.
I checked with about/installation details. It does show that my eclipse has these plug ins installed though.
When I tried the exact same thing on a fresh new indigo eclipse (the current RCP development eclipse is Juno), it works as expected.
Mickael Istria Messages: 795 Registered: July 2009 Location: Grenoble, France
On 07/03/2013 11:44 PM, Jiajian Lei wrote:
> I installed the SWTBOT plugin just the way as tutorial shows. But when I tried to add
The only right ways to install stuff in Eclipse are using p2 Install UI
(Help > Install New Software) and family (MarketPlace, discovery).
If you're using a target-platform, did you make sure SWTBot is available
in this target-platform?
I followed the toturial here, http://wiki.eclipse.org/SWTBot/UsersGuide
I made SWTBot plugins available to the target platform, but the manifest file still can't recognize the plugins.
Screenshot is attached.