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Where do I get org.eclipse.swt? [message #446591] Sat, 27 November 2004 18:02 Go to next message
Bud Curtis is currently offline Bud CurtisFriend
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I trying to run the Eclipse 3.x version of the SableCCEditor plugin and it
has a dependency on "org.eclipse.swt" . I definitely don't have it in my
Eclipse. At least, when I created a plugin project and list dependancies
"org.eclipse.swt" wasn't an available choice.

I do have in the plugins folders

org.eclipse.swt_3.0.0

and

org.eclipse.swt_3.0.1

Should I just update his plugin dependancy list or do I need to download
another plugin. Any help would be appreciated.

--
Bud Curtis
Colorado Springs, CO
Re: Where do I get org.eclipse.swt? [message #446602 is a reply to message #446591] Sun, 28 November 2004 00:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Liam Morley is currently offline Liam MorleyFriend
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The reason that SWT is not included in the list of dependencies is that
SWT is included by default- the three plugins you never have to import
explicitly are SWT, JFACE (org.eclipse.jface) and the workbench
(org.eclipse.ui.workbench). This is because Eclipse itself uses these
plugins, so they don't have to be included again.

Can you paste the error you're having verbatim? What view are you seeing
this error in, or is while trying to install the plugin? How did you
install Eclipse? If you go into Eclipse and go to Help>"Manage
Configuration", do you see anything that has an error?

Bud Curtis wrote:
> I trying to run the Eclipse 3.x version of the SableCCEditor plugin and it
> has a dependency on "org.eclipse.swt" . I definitely don't have it in my
> Eclipse. At least, when I created a plugin project and list dependancies
> "org.eclipse.swt" wasn't an available choice.
>
> I do have in the plugins folders
>
> org.eclipse.swt_3.0.0
>
> and
>
> org.eclipse.swt_3.0.1
>
> Should I just update his plugin dependancy list or do I need to download
> another plugin. Any help would be appreciated.
>


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Liam Morley
Computer Science Undergraduate
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Re: Where do I get org.eclipse.swt? [message #446603 is a reply to message #446602] Sun, 28 November 2004 03:49 Go to previous message
Bud Curtis is currently offline Bud CurtisFriend
Messages: 40
Registered: July 2009
Member
I didn't think of this at first. I was too busy trying to understand the
plugin internals, especially the plugin.xml. I brought Eclipse up with
the -clean option and the SableccEditor plugin loaded. Thank you for taking
the time to lay out some options I could take. I really appreciate it.

--
Bud Curtis
Colorado Springs, CO
"Liam Morley" <lmorley@wpi.edu> wrote in message
news:cob6fe$3jm$1@www.eclipse.org...
> The reason that SWT is not included in the list of dependencies is that
> SWT is included by default- the three plugins you never have to import
> explicitly are SWT, JFACE (org.eclipse.jface) and the workbench
> (org.eclipse.ui.workbench). This is because Eclipse itself uses these
> plugins, so they don't have to be included again.
>
> Can you paste the error you're having verbatim? What view are you seeing
> this error in, or is while trying to install the plugin? How did you
> install Eclipse? If you go into Eclipse and go to Help>"Manage
> Configuration", do you see anything that has an error?
>
> Bud Curtis wrote:
> > I trying to run the Eclipse 3.x version of the SableCCEditor plugin and
it
> > has a dependency on "org.eclipse.swt" . I definitely don't have it in
my
> > Eclipse. At least, when I created a plugin project and list dependancies
> > "org.eclipse.swt" wasn't an available choice.
> >
> > I do have in the plugins folders
> >
> > org.eclipse.swt_3.0.0
> >
> > and
> >
> > org.eclipse.swt_3.0.1
> >
> > Should I just update his plugin dependancy list or do I need to download
> > another plugin. Any help would be appreciated.
> >
>
>
> --
> Liam Morley
> Computer Science Undergraduate
> Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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