(Testet with WinXP 32bit, java 7 32bit and Win7 64bit; java 7 64bit)
I checked out swtbot from
and set the keplar Target Platfrom.
(by the way:
The Keplar and Juno Target Platform has Enviroment settings set: OS linux, Windowing System gtk, Architecture x86_64 and Local en_US. Maybe it is better to leave it blank (Indigo Enviroment settings are blank).
"Specify the target environment. If left blank, the default environment variables from the host (running) platform will be used.")
I got the error
Description Resource Path Location Type
Bundle 'org.hamcrest' cannot be resolved MANIFEST.MF /org.eclipse.gef.examples.logic.test/META-INF line 17 Plug-in Problem
Bundle 'org.hamcrest' cannot be resolved MANIFEST.MF /org.rcpmail.test/META-INF line 11 Plug-in Problem
I changed org.hamcrest to org.hamcrest.core in the MANIFEST.MF fiels and it work but than I realized the org.hamcrest.core bundle is not available through the ui (MANIFEST Editor -> dependencies tab -> required Bundles -> add) only org.hamcrest.core.source.
Mickael Istria Messages: 798 Registered: July 2009 Location: Grenoble, France
Thanks for all these reports.
All of them are actually minor bugs, and your welcome to open a bugzilla
issue and a Gerrit contribution to polish these bundles and target platforms
* empty target-platforms/ folder can be removed
* compile issues happen on projects that are currently not built as part
of SWTBot Tycho build. It might be helpful to fix them
* Environment specification in TP could be removed to have a
* kepler.target could change label to juno. http://wiki.eclipse.org/SWTBot/Contributing