| Platform Help, Info Center work OK, Standalone does not [message #1292486]
||Fri, 11 April 2014 21:28
| Elizabeth McLoughlin
Registered: April 2014
I have been able to install Eclipse Kepler, add my Help jar to the plugins folder and the help appears in the Help>Help Contents window. I can also launch an Info Center with the same results. However, I cannot get Standalone help to launch. I get the oft-received message, "The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library".|
I'm running under Windows 7 Pro, SP1. I have a 64-bit PC, but am running Eclipse as a 32-bit app (I installed the 32-bit platform). Java is 32-bit as well, 1.6.0_37.
I've searched for the above message and people say it might be an unzip error, but since Eclipse runs and help works under two conditions, I don't think this is it. Just in case I have extracted using WinZip and JZip with no difference. I've also ensured the files as correctly named in the eclipse.ini file.
My install in located under C:\EclipseInformationCenter\eclipse. I don't know if that's too long a name?
I've followed the instructions found under:
I've even tried the minimal version, too.
I would appreciate any help with this.
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