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Re: [ecf-dev] request: test workaround for java 7 bug
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 03 May 2012 15:37:09 -0700
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Sadly, it seems that this workaround does not work...i.e. see .
According to Pascal , apparently the only work-around is to leave our
*unpacked* jars in our repository...rather than have only .jar.pack.gz
files as we do now.
I don't know how to turn this on (off?) in our current
build...Markus...or Wim...do you know how to modify the build to
leave/include all the unpacked jars?...i.e. to have *both* the packed
and unpacked jars?
On 5/3/2012 1:12 PM, Scott Lewis wrote:
See this bug ...there's a problem in java 7 that shows up as an
inability to install a bundle that is part of ECF (the smack xmpp
Because of this comment , we have a work around for this...and it
looks like the workaround works fine...but I do not currently have
java 7, and so can't test to verify. Would someone that is using
java7 install ECF sdk into Eclipse 3.8M6...on java 7...to verify that
the issue in  no longer appears? The ECF p2 repo to use is .
So you must have: Java 7, Eclipse 3.8M6 (or newer) and the repo .
If you find a problem, please reopen  with an explanation of what's
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