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Accessing a Java Plugin from DLTK [message #21648] Wed, 12 March 2008 02:38
Steven Punte is currently offline Steven PunteFriend
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I'm trying to create a mixed application of Ruby and Java using of course
DLTK and the Ruby IDE.

From my top-level Ruby plugin I am able to access Ruby classes in other
Ruby plugins by configuring the project -> Properties -> Ruby -> Build
Path -> Projects to include the other plugins.

From a simply Ruby script I can access and execute core Java
classes/libraries such as java.util.Random using the "include Java"
directive.

HOWEVER: How does one access (i.e. configure DLTK-RUBY) so that when a
script executes in a Ruby plugin it can access and run user written Java
code in a different plugin within the same workspace?

My versions are:

o Eclipse 3.3.2
o DLTK + RUBY IDE 1.0M5
o JRuby 1.1RC2
o JDK 1.6.0_01

Thanks in Advnace:

Steve
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