|Re: I have installed the most recent e(fx)clipse AinO packages and it gives me this errors [message #1419857 is a reply to message #1419852]
||Tue, 09 September 2014 07:18
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
On 09.09.14 09:14, Yago Méndez Vidal wrote:|
> Thomas Schindl wrote on Fri, 22 August 2014 02:13
>> On 22.08.14 05:15, Yongshin Kim wrote:
>> > Oh, thanks, I installed Mylyn. and It works now :)
>> > I think unother error comes from missing emf tool, I'll try to install
>> > that as well.
>> > > But is there anything I can do to deal with "Could not resolve
>> > org.eclipse.fx.ide.java6" error?
>> > You told me that it is normal if I use JDK6 or 7, but I think mine uses
>> > Oracle java8 which I confirmed with 'java -version'.
>> > >
>> It's the opposite. If you run on java8 the bundle does not resolve, if
>> you would run on jdk6/7 it would resolve and bring up a message box
>> telling you that e(fx)clipse is disabled because it requires java8.
> May I suggest (IF POSSIBLE) changing the message and type into something
> less alarming then? Like a "You're properly using Java 8" warning.
> From an user PoV if any other error happens and you just see
> "FrameworkEvent ERROR" you might think it could be one of the reasons
> and would spend some time checking it.
> And great job, btw.
I can not change this message it's from the Equinox-Resolver, we could
change to resolve always and do the checks once we are loaded. File a
bug and we'll try to look into this.
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