| Life cycle hook is not called (anymore!) [message #1612920]
||Thu, 12 February 2015 09:32
| Piero Campalani
Registered: January 2015
I am trying to configure something as simple as a life-cycle hook.
I am running a feature-based product which requires a feature including a fragment application: that's the layout.
I indeed managed to get the application to run the life-cycle hook after registering the correspondent URI in the plugin.xml lifeCycleURI runtime property.
This hook was in a E4LifeCycle java file within the main project package (in case this is an important detail, which should not I guess).
Then.. I decided to refactor all of this by moving the hook to a new Manager file in a foo.lifecycle package, because I might need a whole package in the future for these setup/teardown tasks.
After this, the hook is not called anymore, and I can't get it to work.
I clearly updated the plugin.xml property to point to the correct bundleclass, I cleaned all builds, I cleaned the run/debug configurations, I dropped/re-created the run/debug configurations, I restarted Eclipse, I restarted Eclipse with -clean option, I dropped/re-added feature and plugin dependencies, I prayed to God before launching, I moved the hook back to the original position and re-updated re-clean re-started everything but the hook is not called, I promised Allah I would have joined the caliphate. Hook is not called!
I am new to Eclipse RCP development, I might be missing something: any help?
I can ensure you the property name and value in the plugin configuration are correct.
thanks for helping,
[Updated on: Thu, 12 February 2015 09:33]
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