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icon5.gif  View initializing in dev mode but not after installation [message #1750848] Thu, 29 December 2016 23:47
Max Yang is currently offline Max YangFriend
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In dev mode:

After it's packaged and installed:


In Error Log I've seen different errors, sometimes no errors at opening the view.

The most recent error:
Exception occurred while unrendering: org.eclipse.e4.ui.model.application.ui.basic.impl.PartImpl@673e76b3

One of the older errors I got stemmed from compatibility components and was reporting missing the swing2swt.layout.BorderLayout. But Eclipse automatically added swing2swt.jar to the project and packaged it into the plugin jar, already.

And sometimes there is no error. I assume it's cache in effect.

And the first error I mentioned always occur when closing the empty view.

Help please!

More info

I'm developing in Neon.1a and the target platform is Luna. However it's always like this before I even learned about target platform and created a target definition, meaning it's always like this even if it's installed into an existing Neon.1a environment. Frustrating. Must be something small but I have spent days trying to fix it without any progress.

[Updated on: Thu, 29 December 2016 23:50]

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