|Re: That holy org.eclipse.ui package! :S [message #656163 is a reply to message #655784]
||Thu, 24 February 2011 11:59
| Peter Boccia
Registered: December 2010
I added the EMF RAP Target components. But I have to take my degree and so I can't wait the deployment of a single-sourced or supported GEF.
I talk with my supervisor and we agree to take off from Coffee what is not supported and try to give only the communication between clients (a minimal part of the Coffee plugin).
For all the other classes not supported yet we think to replace them with others from RAP (rwt). We think this will work, but I should try to find out.
I'll let you know how work is going on.
|Cole Markham wrote on Tue, 22 February 2011 10:59|
You have the org.eclipse.ui et.al. bundles in your target platform. These are replaced by the RAP equivalents and should not be included. In order to get the ecf ui bundles to work, you will need to check them out from the ecf git repository and change the bundle dependencies for single sourcing. There are other issues that may need to be addressed as well.
It also looks like you have EMF ui bundles, these will need to be modified as well if you need them. I think there might be some documentation on the wiki about getting EMF to work with RAP.
I looked over the Coffee project I believe you are trying to get working, and it also requires GEF which is not currently supported in RAP. Just to make you aware of the next roadblock after you get ECF working. There are at least two efforts to get GEF working: an implementation using flash which I haven't heard much about in a while, and a version using the new features of the GC in RAP 1.4 with some modifications which my organization is working on. We hope to release our version at some point in the not-too-distant future.
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