|Re: 2.0M2-Or -1.5.2 ????? [message #181102 is a reply to message #181094]
||Sat, 07 October 2006 10:23
Originally posted by: kosta.bea.com|
It mostly depends on which version of the eclipse platform you have. If
you have 3.2.x then you need 1.5.2. If you are running 3.3M1 or M2 you
will need 2.0M2. In general you will find 1.5.2 to be much more stable
as it's a maintenance stream.
|Re: 2.0M2-Or -1.5.2 ????? [message #181966 is a reply to message #181603]
||Fri, 27 October 2006 12:21
Originally posted by: daileyp.nospam.ibm.com|
Nitin Dahyabhai wrote:
> Konstantin Komissarchik wrote:
>> It mostly depends on which version of the eclipse platform you have.
>> If you have 3.2.x then you need 1.5.2. If you are running 3.3M1 or M2
>> you will need 2.0M2. In general you will find 1.5.2 to be much more
>> stable as it's a maintenance stream.
> i do have to interject a little contradiction here. Because of the
> length 1.5.x maintenance schedule, not a lot of changes have gone into
> the 2.0 stream that weren't already made in 1.5.x. Admittedly, it's not
> been as rigorously tested as milestones during 1.5 development, but
> there are also fairly few changes that have been made. I wouldn't call
> 2.0 M2 out-and-out unstable.
I think I see what you are talking about. I upgraded to 2.0M2 to try
and avoid the "The preferences for the xdoclet runtime does not point to
a valid installation" error
I find I am still seeing this bug with
I'm backing out of this configuration and going back to at one of the
WST 1.5.1 env
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