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Re: [pdt-dev] Testing I20080602 in Ubuntu 8.0.4 with no luck

Thanks both. :)

I finally found the problem. When putting all files in a folder which
named with Chinese characters, the built-in update manager couldn't
work as well as in English one. I think some people who are using
multi-bytes characters may meet the same problem.

Anyway, I'm using the latest version, thank you all. ;)

-- 
Finjon Kiang


On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 3:34 AM, Nick Boldt <codeslave@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> While having one dropins/*/eclipse/ folder per requirement is highly
> recommended, it's more work to set up.
>
> If you don't want to get fancy w/ your dropins/ structure, you can just
> unpack everything into the same dir.
>
> Either the oldschool way:
>
> /eclipse
>        /plugins <-- here
>        /features <-- and here
>        /dropins <-- none here
>
> or the single dropins/eclipse/ folder way:
>
> /eclipse
>        /plugins <-- not here
>        /features <-- not here
>        /dropins/eclipse/plugins <-- here
>        /dropins/eclipse/features <-- and here
>
>
> Of course, since you're on linux, you can script the unpacking generically:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT/Installation#From_Zips
>
> Nick
>
> Roy Ganor wrote:
>>
>> Hi Finjon,
>> I think that you are mixing between the eclipse / plugins folders.
>> You should read this wiki page  :
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/Equinox_p2_Getting_Started
>> To see how to reorganize your folders.
>>
>> The recommended structure is:
>> /eclipse
>>        /plugins
>>        /features
>>        /dropins
>>                /wtp
>>                        /eclipse
>>                                /plugins
>>                                /features
>>                /dtp
>>                        /eclipse
>>                                /plugins
>>                                /features
>>                .
>>                .
>>                .
>>
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
>> On Behalf Of Finjon Kiang
>> Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 7:14 PM
>> To: pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [pdt-dev] Testing I20080602 in Ubuntu 8.0.4 with no luck
>>
>> Environments:
>> 1. Ubuntu 8.0.4
>> 2. java-6-sun-1.6.0.06
>> 3. Traditional Chinese
>> 4. All the packages mentioned in
>> http://download.eclipse.org/tools/pdt/downloads/release.php?release=I200
>> 80602
>> dltk-core-sdk-S-1.0RC1-200805211222-incubation.zip
>> dtp-sdk-1.6M7.zip
>> emf-runtime-2.4.0M7.zip
>> GEF-ALL-3.4.0M7.zip
>> org.eclipse.php_feature-I20080602.zip
>> wtp-sdk-S-3.0M7-20080506040630.zip
>> xsd-runtime-2.4.0M7.zip
>> eclipse-SDK-3.4M7-linux-gtk.tar.gz
>>
>> Steps:
>> 1. Extract all archives (*.zip) with the following scripts:
>>  for f in $(find . -maxdepth 1 -type f -name "*.zip"); do
>>    unzip -qq -o $f
>>  done
>> 2. move eclipse/ to eclipse_p/
>> 3. Extract eclipse-SDK-3.4M7-linux-gtk.tar.gz to eclipse/
>> 4. Execute eclipse/eclipse
>> 5. Add a update site and point it to the path of eclipse_p/
>>
>> After a while, it returned the error message:
>> An internal error occurred during: "Install".
>> Node path
>> "org.eclipse.equinox.p2.repository/file:\home\kiang\trunk\eclipse_p\plug
>> ins"
>> is not valid.
>>
>> I had also tested with extracting all files to the same path and PDT
>> wasn't work, too. Before testing both way, I had remove all files
>> including the hidden ones in workspace folder.
>>
>>
>
> --
> Nick Boldt :: Release Engineer, IBM Toronto Lab
> Eclipse Modeling :: http://www.eclipse.org/modeling
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/User:Nickb
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