| Minimal Standalone Help Doesn't Launch [message #1398173]
||Thu, 10 July 2014 18:42
| Elizabeth McLoughlin
Registered: April 2014
When I follow the instructions in Eclipse help, "[Optional] Installing a minimal stand-alone help system" and then attempt to launch standalone help using:|
java -classpath C:\EclipseTemp1\eclipse\plugins\org.eclipse.help.base_3.5.0.v201006080911.jar org.eclipse.help.standalone.Help -command displayHelp -eclipsehome C:\EclipseTemp1\eclipse
I receive the error, "The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library". Many web posts say this is an unzip error, but I've tried jzip and 7zip and it doesn't help. Also, the full version launches standalone help just fine.
I was using Eclipse Kepler but went back to Helios, just after a fix for the min. standalone was implemented, but I get the same result. I am on Windows 7 64-bit, and have 64-bit Java and Eclipse. The Helios file is eclipse-rcp-helios-win32-x86_64.zip.
I've tried adding back some zip files that look related, but no luck.
Any ideas or help would be appreciated. If this is a stupid question that has already been answered elsewhere, please point me to this and I will be happy!
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