|Re: Cant add .jar to target plattform [message #1414516 is a reply to message #1414498]
||Sun, 31 August 2014 15:07
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 08/31/2014 07:53 AM, alloisxp alloisxp wrote:|
> Hello everybody!
> I'm trying to add the new xtend lib (2.62) to my target plattform.
> I downloaded the .jar files (xtend.lib,xbase.lib), and copied them
> (within eclipse) into a subfolder (plugins) of my active target plattform.
> But when I go to Window -> Pref. -> Plugin Dev. -> target plattform
> (choosing then edit, with the correct plattform marked) I cant find the
> new xtend lib (only the old one, 2.31 wich was there before).
> What else do I have to do? (Refreshenig all projects or restarting
> eclipse does not work).
> One xtend Template I wanted to use says "Add xtend libs to classpath" as
> quickfix (clicking it does not work...)
What goes in the plugin subdirectory under Eclipse is plug-in tools for
JARs don't go in your plug-in folder. I'm not a plug-in developer, but I
think you want them somewhere in your project because you're using them
to develop software not run Eclipse itself, right?
|Re: Cant add .jar to target plattform [message #1415728 is a reply to message #1414771]
||Wed, 03 September 2014 13:27
|| Lorenzo Bettini
Registered: July 2009
Location: Firenze, Italy
On 01/09/2014 11:19, alloisxp alloisxp wrote:|
> Thanks for your answer!
> Im new to plugin-dev too, but I thought the concept of the
> target-plattform means a collection of plugins that are usable by your
> plugin-project when you point to this target plattform.
> So I thought when I copy a .jar file into this target plattform folder
> its like copying a .jar into a classpath (in standard java projects)?
> Is there something else I have to do? (he does not find the new xtend
> lib when I want to add it under dependencys for a plugin, only the old
> lib, but the jar files are in the same folder... ?? Im confused...)
the target platform is based on installed bundles, thus, just copying
..jar is not enough, as far as I know...
Lorenzo Bettini, PhD in Computer Science, DI, Univ. Torino
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