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Oct 7, 2007 1:09am
Img_missing_medium Ryan P 22 posts

I don’t have the Europa node under Ubuntu’s stock Eclipse installation—only the Calysto one.

I downloaded the latest Eclipse 3.3 from their website but it crashes reliably when I try go to Help -> Software Updates.

I will file a but with Eclipse, but what should I do in the meanwhile?
Is there a flavor of Linux that supports Eclipse 3.3? I don’t have Windows, so for now I’m stuck in la-la land. :-(

Oct 7, 2007 11:54am
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

Did you download Eclipse Classis? It’s the last version linked on the downloads page (http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/):
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?f…/eclipse/downloads/drops/R-3.3.1-200709211145/eclipse-SDK-3.3.1-linux-gtk.tar.gz

It should have the Europa node; the problem I had was that GEF didn’t show up under Europa until I changed to another mirror.

Oct 7, 2007 1:12pm
Img_missing_medium Ryan P 22 posts

When I use that version of Eclipse, it hangs when I click Help > Software Updates > Find and Install…

When I use the older version of Eclipse that does not hang, it has the Calypso node but not the Europa one.

Oct 8, 2007 7:20am
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Ryan,

What version and vendor of Java are you using? I’ve seen the same behavior you have with GCJ on Ubuntu… If you’re using Ubuntu, I’d recommend removing GCJ and Eclipse via the Synaptic Package Manager, and manually installing Sun’s Java 1.5 and Eclipse.

Oct 8, 2007 7:27am
Medium Bug Labs team mcholerton 54 posts

Hey finsprings (or do you prefer Dave?) – Thanks for your help in the forums. Just wanted to say you doing a great job – in the true beta spirit. Ken – I’m also impressed you are up and actively posting at 7:00 am!

Oct 8, 2007 9:19am
Img_missing_medium Ryan P 22 posts

Thanks for the suggestion – I removed the GNU java packages and Eclipse packages, as well as Java 6 packages, and installed the Java 5 packages. However, now when I try to start Eclipse it tells me that it can’t find Java in my PATH. I’ll try to resolve that on my own, but if anybody knows a good way to do it, please tell me. :-)

Oct 8, 2007 12:21pm
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

Ryan P
However, now when I try to start Eclipse it tells me that it can't find Java in my PATH. I'll try to resolve that on my own, but if anybody knows a good way to do it, please tell me. :-)

You need to add the jdk1.6.../bin directory to your path. You can do that in your .bashrc file with something like:

PATH=$PATH:pathtojdk1.6/bin
export PATH

You can then open a new shell and do 'echo $PATH' and you should see the JDK bin directory on your path. You can also do '. ~/.bashrc' to source it into your current shell without opening a new one. Then try javac and if it does something you know it's on your path.
Oct 8, 2007 12:21pm
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

Cholly
Hey finsprings (or do you prefer Dave?)

Either's fine :-)
Oct 15, 2007 9:20pm
Img_missing_medium yellowbkpk 6 posts

I’m having problems getting the SDK going…

I’ve got Eclipse Platform 3.3.0 running and installed the GEF SDK (which also installed the GEF). I installed the Bug Labs SDK plugins and when I try to open up the perspective, the Bug Labs SDK is not listed.

Any ideas?

Oct 15, 2007 10:47pm
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Hello yellowbkpk,

What version of Java are you running (from Eclipse) and what is your operating system?

Oct 15, 2007 11:04pm
Img_missing_medium yellowbkpk 6 posts

kengilmer
What version of Java are you running (from Eclipse) and what is your operating system?


Java 1.5.0
Win XP Pro SP2
Oct 15, 2007 11:55pm
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

yellowbkpk,

Well that should certainly work. Hmmm, can you try running eclipse from a command prompt with the console turned on:
eclipse -console
You should see a prompt "osgi>". At that prompt type "ss". You'll see a list of plugins. Find the IDs of com.buglabs.dragonfly and com.buglabs.drafonfly.ui. When you have those IDs type "diag [id]" and tell me what it says...
Oct 16, 2007 9:05am
Img_missing_medium yellowbkpk 6 posts

kengilmer
At that prompt type "ss". You'll see a list of plugins. Find the IDs of com.buglabs.dragonfly and com.buglabs.drafonfly.ui. When you have those IDs type "diag [id]" and tell me what it says...



242 RESOLVED com.buglabs.common_1.0.0.226
243 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.dragonfly.bug.kernel_1.0.0.226
244 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.dragonfly.generators_1.0.0.226
245 INSTALLED com.buglabs.dragonfly.ui_1.0.0.226
246 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.dragonfly_1.0.0.226
247 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.osgi.concierge.core_1.0.0.226
248 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.osgi.concierge.runtime_1.0.0.226
249 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.osgi.concierge.ui_1.0.0.226
250 <<LAZY>> com.buglabs.phoneme.personal_1.0.0.226



osgi> diag 246
update@plugins/com.buglabs.dragonfly_1.0.0.226.jar [246]
No unresolved constraints.



osgi> diag 245
update@plugins/com.buglabs.dragonfly.ui_1.0.0.226/ [245]
Missing required bundle org.eclipse.pde.ui_0.0.0.


So I suppose I need to find the PDE plugin, huh?
Oct 16, 2007 4:54pm
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Yes, PDE is a feature that should be available via the update manager. Or you can download "Eclipse Classic" from Eclipse.org. With version 3.3 they did away with PDE being installed by default.

Oct 16, 2007 5:36pm
Img_missing_medium yellowbkpk 6 posts

kengilmer
Yes, PDE is a feature that should be available via the update manager. Or you can download "Eclipse Classic" from Eclipse.org. With version 3.3 they did away with PDE being installed by default.


I've looked through the list of available items in Eclipse's update manager and I don't see anything that looks like PDE. I'll try again tonight with Eclipse Classic.
Oct 18, 2007 12:01pm
Img_missing_medium hzaida 38 posts

yellowbkpk,

Were you able to get everything up and running?

Please let us know if you need further assistance.

Thanks, Heather

Oct 18, 2007 5:45pm
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

As a related item, the latest SDK build explicitly lists PDE as a required feature, so it will only install if PDE is installed.

Oct 18, 2007 6:03pm
Img_missing_medium yellowbkpk 6 posts

hzaida
Were you able to get everything up and running?


I haven't gotten it to run yet, but I haven't tried very hard yet. I will look in to it tonight more, thanks for asking!
Oct 30, 2007 9:40am
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Yellowbkpk, were you able to resolve the issue?

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