|make sure that your IDE(ex:Netbeans, etc)is not adding extra dependenc [message #1782600]
||Tue, 27 February 2018 04:05
| Chunlin Guan
Registered: February 2018
My Domain-Specific Modeling language needs to call Scilab6.0.0.|
In the fisrt Eclipse workbench(laguage workbench), It's ok when I test callscilab.xtend, right click the file and run as Java Application.
I have to do modeling in the second Eclipse Application(modeling workbench), and it's also ok when I test callscilab.xtend, right click it and run as Java Application.
However, when I debug my model conforms to the DSML, a warning box reminds me that if Scilab is used form java, make sure that your IDE(ex:Netbeans, etc)is not adding extra dependencies which could not be found at runtime. Then the second Eclipse Application shut down, and in the first language workbench Console, it tells me that You cannot read the Main Scilab class. Some errors occurred while loading the Java library. This can lead to incorrect behavior.Please check the SCI /etc/ classpath.xml
Maybe someone can help me, Thank you so much.
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