|Re: Need help getting started with RCP [message #491836 is a reply to message #491435]
||Fri, 16 October 2009 06:23
I believe you have to unflag the "Group items by category" to see this
The easiest way to make you you have everything to download the RCP version.
Best regards, Lars
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Dave Derry wrote:
> I have the Java developer version of Eclipse installed, and now I want
> to get some experience with RCP. I've found the tutotial at
> http://www.vogella.de/articles/RichClientPlatform/article.ht ml. In
> section 6.2 it talks about adding a new command By right-clicking in the
> Extensions pane of plugin.xml and has an note that says "Lots of people
> report that if they try this they can only select a "Generic" entry. The
> common source of this problem seems to be that you did not download the
> package "Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in Developers"".
> In section 2 however it states" In case you have downloaded the Eclipse
> Java IDE (or any other non RCP flavor) distribution you can use the
> Eclipse Update Manager to install the plugins required for RCP
> development. See Eclipse Update Manager for details on using the
> update manager.
> Install "General Purpose Tools" -> "Eclipse Plug-in Development
> Environment" and "Eclipse RCP Plug-in Developer Resources" from the
> Galileo update site. ". I have tried this, but can't find the "Eclipse
> RCP Plug-in Developer Resources" (or anything similar) anywhere.
> I have created an RCP project following the instructions in the
> tutorial. When I try to add a new command (or anything else) all I get
> is the 'Generic' option. Also, I get warnings that "No schema found for
> the 'org.eclipse.ui.commands' extension point" (and each of the other
> defined extension points).
> Can anyone explain what I am missing, and how to get properly configured
> without installing a different package.
> Thanks Dave
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