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How to run the GEF redbook example [message #142304] Fri, 09 July 2004 21:37 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bandrews.bphnx.com

Hi,
I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the redbook
example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by step,
compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem is the
authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file and
plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor directory,
started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking it.
Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems with
the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console of the
dev Workbench.

Any help is greatly appreciated!


thanks,

Barry
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #142314 is a reply to message #142304] Fri, 09 July 2004 21:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: meowmeow64.yahoo.co.kr

Which version eclipse and gef are you using? I think that one required 2.1
and gef 2.1. Mine worked fine with that setup.

When I tried with 3.0, I have to go through code and modify some of
imcompatible features on their example plugin.



Barry Andrews wrote:

> Hi,
> I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the redbook
> example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by step,
> compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem is the
> authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file and
> plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor directory,
> started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking it.
> Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems with
> the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console of the
> dev Workbench.

> Any help is greatly appreciated!


> thanks,

> Barry
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #142333 is a reply to message #142314] Sat, 10 July 2004 00:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bandrews.bphnx.com

Hi John,

Then it will be hard for me to study how the example works because I am
using Eclipse 3.0 and GEF 3.0. But it did compile fine and I don't get any
errors, just a few deprecation warnings which should be okay.

So how do you start the editor once it is deployed?

I don't suppose you would mind zipping up your project directory for
the one you tried with 3.0 and emailing it to me? I would really
appreciate it.
bandrews_at_bphnx.com

Regards,

Barry


john Lee wrote:

> Which version eclipse and gef are you using? I think that one required 2.1
> and gef 2.1. Mine worked fine with that setup.

> When I tried with 3.0, I have to go through code and modify some of
> imcompatible features on their example plugin.



> Barry Andrews wrote:

> > Hi,
> > I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the redbook
> > example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by step,
> > compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem is the
> > authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file and
> > plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor directory,
> > started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking it.
> > Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems with
> > the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console of the
> > dev Workbench.

> > Any help is greatly appreciated!


> > thanks,

> > Barry
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #142354 is a reply to message #142333] Sat, 10 July 2004 21:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: meowmeow64.yahoo.co.kr

I sent files. check your email.

thanks,

john LEe


Barry Andrews wrote:

> Hi John,

> Then it will be hard for me to study how the example works because I am
> using Eclipse 3.0 and GEF 3.0. But it did compile fine and I don't get any
> errors, just a few deprecation warnings which should be okay.

> So how do you start the editor once it is deployed?

> I don't suppose you would mind zipping up your project directory for
> the one you tried with 3.0 and emailing it to me? I would really
> appreciate it.
> bandrews_at_bphnx.com

> Regards,

> Barry


> john Lee wrote:

> > Which version eclipse and gef are you using? I think that one required 2.1
> > and gef 2.1. Mine worked fine with that setup.

> > When I tried with 3.0, I have to go through code and modify some of
> > imcompatible features on their example plugin.



> > Barry Andrews wrote:

> > > Hi,
> > > I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the redbook
> > > example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by step,
> > > compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem is the
> > > authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file and
> > > plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor directory,
> > > started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking it.
> > > Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems with
> > > the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console of the
> > > dev Workbench.

> > > Any help is greatly appreciated!


> > > thanks,

> > > Barry
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #143983 is a reply to message #142354] Thu, 22 July 2004 17:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: arungoyal03.yahoo.com

Hi John,

Is it possible to post the files somewhere so that everyone can access them
?

Thanks,
Arun
"John Lee" <meowmeow64@yahoo.co.kr> wrote in message
news:ccplrm$flv$1@eclipse.org...
> I sent files. check your email.
>
> thanks,
>
> john LEe
>
>
> Barry Andrews wrote:
>
> > Hi John,
>
> > Then it will be hard for me to study how the example works because I
am
> > using Eclipse 3.0 and GEF 3.0. But it did compile fine and I don't get
any
> > errors, just a few deprecation warnings which should be okay.
>
> > So how do you start the editor once it is deployed?
>
> > I don't suppose you would mind zipping up your project directory for
> > the one you tried with 3.0 and emailing it to me? I would really
> > appreciate it.
> > bandrews_at_bphnx.com
>
> > Regards,
>
> > Barry
>
>
> > john Lee wrote:
>
> > > Which version eclipse and gef are you using? I think that one required
2.1
> > > and gef 2.1. Mine worked fine with that setup.
>
> > > When I tried with 3.0, I have to go through code and modify some of
> > > imcompatible features on their example plugin.
>
>
>
> > > Barry Andrews wrote:
>
> > > > Hi,
> > > > I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the
redbook
> > > > example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by
step,
> > > > compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem
is the
> > > > authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file
and
> > > > plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor
directory,
> > > > started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking
it.
> > > > Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems
with
> > > > the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console
of the
> > > > dev Workbench.
>
> > > > Any help is greatly appreciated!
>
>
> > > > thanks,
>
> > > > Barry
>
>
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #143991 is a reply to message #142354] Thu, 22 July 2004 17:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: arungoyal03.yahoo.com

Hi John,

Is it possible to post the files somewhere...they will be useful for anyone
using the redbook
examples.

Thanks
Arun

"John Lee" <meowmeow64@yahoo.co.kr> wrote in message
news:ccplrm$flv$1@eclipse.org...
> I sent files. check your email.
>
> thanks,
>
> john LEe
>
>
> Barry Andrews wrote:
>
> > Hi John,
>
> > Then it will be hard for me to study how the example works because I
am
> > using Eclipse 3.0 and GEF 3.0. But it did compile fine and I don't get
any
> > errors, just a few deprecation warnings which should be okay.
>
> > So how do you start the editor once it is deployed?
>
> > I don't suppose you would mind zipping up your project directory for
> > the one you tried with 3.0 and emailing it to me? I would really
> > appreciate it.
> > bandrews_at_bphnx.com
>
> > Regards,
>
> > Barry
>
>
> > john Lee wrote:
>
> > > Which version eclipse and gef are you using? I think that one required
2.1
> > > and gef 2.1. Mine worked fine with that setup.
>
> > > When I tried with 3.0, I have to go through code and modify some of
> > > imcompatible features on their example plugin.
>
>
>
> > > Barry Andrews wrote:
>
> > > > Hi,
> > > > I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the
redbook
> > > > example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by
step,
> > > > compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem
is the
> > > > authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file
and
> > > > plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor
directory,
> > > > started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking
it.
> > > > Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems
with
> > > > the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console
of the
> > > > dev Workbench.
>
> > > > Any help is greatly appreciated!
>
>
> > > > thanks,
>
> > > > Barry
>
>
Re: How to run the GEF redbook example [message #144266 is a reply to message #142304] Sat, 24 July 2004 10:16 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: yogender.globalworldtech.com

Hello
I am writing GEf and RCP applicatio. I need that example you are talking
about.
Can you send me the link for that example
Thanks
Yogender



Barry Andrews wrote:

> Hi,
> I am new to Eclipse and GEF and I am trying to learn from the redbook
> example SAL330REditorExample. I went through the tutorial step by step,
> compiled the example and tried to run it as a plug-in. The problem is the
> authors don't tell you how to invoke the plug-in. I put the jar file and
> plug-in.xml file in the plugins/com.ibm.itso.sal330r.editor directory,
> started the runtime Workbench, but I don't see any way of invoking it.
> Very frustrating! How do I do this? I believe there are no problems with
> the plug-in, because I don't get any error messages in the console of the
> dev Workbench.

> Any help is greatly appreciated!


> thanks,

> Barry
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