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Which is better plug-in development style as runtime classes specify [message #592197] Fri, 28 March 2003 06:17
Narushima Hironori is currently offline Narushima HironoriFriend
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Plug-ins need to specify how to load Eclipse runtime classes.

It is two way:

1) specify in ".classpath" file. e.g,

<classpathentry kind="var"
path="ECLIPSE_HOME/plugins/org.eclipse.ui_2.0.2/workbench.jar "/>

2)

Download eclipse runtime package from CVS. and specify in
".project" file.

In case (1), It is light weight. when developer installs eclipse
default install, no problem to create plug-in.

In case (2), It need to download sources from CVS. Developer can
programming and debugging in eclipse lastest version with plug-in
development.

(But, Plug-in depend on Eclipse Main branch that may be desirable
on XP practice "Continuous Integration")


Which is better development style?

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