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Re: [pdt-dev] Cannot use PDT Plugins

Hi Dick,

thank you for your reply, I will download and try it, but for my
curiousity, may you tell us the edition of your XP, and mine is also
XP SP2, just that it is the home edition, and for a fact, I did try to
install the PDT in Windows XP SP2 Professional Edition, and it was
running.

thx,

best regards

teddy

2007/7/19, Dick Vlaanderen <dick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Hi Teddy

I am running it under WIndows XP SP 2 without any problems. I got the
bundle from http://zend.com/pdt. I also downloaded the sever debugger
library and it works great.

Hope this helps

Dick

Teddy Lionard wrote:
> dear all,
>
> last night I just have installed Eclipse with PDT Plugin support, but
> after I start the Eclipse, I just can't see the PDT Plugins and
> features (creating new PHP Project etc.), and I did try to start the
> eclipse with "-clean" parameter, but it seems that it won't start the
> PDT.  then I come across with the PDT Requirement in the Help page,
> may I copy-paste it:
>
> Microsoft Windows 2000 (all) /  XP Professional / 2003 Server family.
> (Windows 2000 users should  install Microsoft's Service Pack 3).
> Linux glibc 2.1 / 2.2 / 2.3 (e.g. RedHat 6.x / 7.x / 8.x / 9.x /
> Fedora Core,  Debian 2.2, SuSE 6.4 / 7.2, Mandrake 8.1 / 9 / 10, and
> others).
> Mac OSX 10.2/3 G3, G4 or G5 processors.
>
> I am running the Eclipse PDT in windows XP Home environment, so I can
> safely said that it is not supported by the PDT Plugin.
>
> but my real question is will PDT Support windows XP Home in the future?
>
> thx in advance
>
> regards
>
> teddy
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