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Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] manifest changes

The errors I receive are all due to "is not accessible due to restriction on required library ....jre..\lib\rt.jar". It appears that PDE is still attempting to include those values from my JRE. My guess would be that since I don't have a foundation 1.1 compatible JVM installed, it is continuing to try and resolve the classes from the 1.6 JRE that I have configured for this workspace instead of using the org.apache.xerces project that is available. I do indeed see org.apache.xerces listed in the Plug-in Dependencies for this project.

As a complete guess, I modified by hand the .classpath file. I moved the Plug-in Dependencies library prior to the JRE one. Doing this fixed the compile errors for me. I'm guessing we probably shouldn't be dependent on the ordering of the build path for something like this...?

On Feb 21, 2008, at 4:44 PM, DJ Houghton wrote:

This is strange... I'm not sure why you would get errors. What type of
errors do you see? Are they to the effect of "...can't see due to access
restriction on org.apache.xerces"?


Either way, the code has been checked out for the test build so I have
reverted the change in HEAD so if you reload you should be ok. But we still
need to figure out why you are getting these errors.




equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 02/21/2008 04:28:19 PM:

When I picked up this change on two different systems, I receive build
errors on the artifact repository about not being able to find the
various XML files. I do have xerces in my workspace and doing the
normal tricks to get the project building seem to be failing. Any
suggestions on why this change would break compilation?


Thanks,
Tim

On Feb 21, 2008, at 2:47 PM, DJ Houghton wrote:

I have released a change to the manifest file for the
org.eclipse.equinox.p2.artifact.repository project so Kim can test the
Foundation EE in the build. If you have this project (and this change)
loaded into your workspace and a Foundation 1.1 VM set up, it will
also
require that you have a project like Xerces also in your workspace.
Xerces
is already in the project set file so you should be good, but I just
wanted
to give you a heads up in case you see strange errors about not
finding XML
classes.

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