|Re: issue with start levels in launch config? [message #903058 is a reply to message #902986]
||Tue, 21 August 2012 18:39
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
I assume that the issue is caused by the builder where some resource
service providers shall be instantiated?
I think we need to listen to changes in the registered bundles in order
to deregister pending extension. That would probably do the trick.
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Am 21.08.12 16:22, schrieb Henrik Lindberg:
> I have a problem, and I think it has to do with start levels in the
> launch configuration I am using when developing.
> If I have a dirty editor and exit, I get a question if I want to save.
> If I answer ok, the builder kicks in, and then it runs into problems
> because some bundle(s) have been deactivated.
> How can I figure out which bundles need "auto-start" or some start level
> e.g. the stacktrace I am looking at right now was caused by
> org.eclipse.xtext.builder.internal.Activator.getDefault() returning null.
> Hints how to fix this? It is very annoying when developing.
> It seems to be ok in the built product, so I am not in panic :)
> - henrik
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