|Eclipse stopped treating plug-in project as a plug-in project - again! [message #600554]
||Tue, 11 August 2009 22:46
| Michael Sullivan
Registered: July 2009
I posted this comment last month. Since then, I have encountered the |
I have an OSGi plug-in that I am using in Eclipse and testing in the
built-in equinox OSGi container. I'm using a bunch of other bundles with
it. At some point after closing an instance of the server, Eclipse just
decides that this isn't a bundle anymore. Other bundles that are
dependent on the exported packages say that these packages are no longer
available. The package no longer shows up in the run configuration
The PDE menu does not, however, give me the option of converting the
project to a plug-in project. It realizes the project already IS a
plug-in. It's the rest of the PDE that disagrees. I 've checked all of
the plugin, classpath files, etc. Is there some kind of external file,
perhaps the run-configuration file, that would contain config data
determining whether or not this project gets treated like a plug in?
It's frustrating - the only way I could fix the problem last time was make
a new plug in project under a different name and copy everything to it.
Note, this is an entirely different plug-in from the one I had problems
with in the past.
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