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Re: [jdt-dev] Problems on MacOSx

No, it's like that in 3.4 too.

Walter Harley wrote:
Is that a regression since 3.4?
 

  
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[mailto:jdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Thomas Hallgren
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 8:56 AM
To: Eclipse JDT general developers list.
Cc: Oisin Hurley; Henrik Lindberg
Subject: Re: [jdt-dev] Problems on MacOSx

Hi,
As it turns out, our headless configuration did not include 
the org.eclipse.jdt.launching.macosx bundle. But when we 
attempted to include it, we discovered a problem that is a 
blocker for us. This fragment introduces new dependencies to 
org.eclipse.ui and org.eclipse.jdt.ui. This effectively 
impedes all headless builds on MacOS X unless a major part of 
the IDE is included in the tool.

Any chance that this can be revised so that this fragment is 
split in two in Eclipse 3.5? The fragment has two packages, 
one of them apparently has no dependencies to the UI and I 
have a strong feeling that's the part that is needed to do the build.

Regards,
Thomas Hallgren


Darin Wright wrote:
    
It sounds like your installation may be missing the 
"org.eclipse.jdt.launching.macosx" bundle. This message 
      
indicates that 
    
installed JREs were being restored, but the VM type extension 
associated with the JREs was not present. This bundle 
      
contains the VM 
    
type extension for Mac JREs.

Darin Wright




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on MacOSx
    




A user of Buckminster has problems with headless builds on MacOS X. 
The Eclipse builder encounters a problem and prints the message:

The project was not built since its build path is 
      
incomplete. Cannot 
    
find the class file for java.lang.Object.


After an unsuccessful build, these lines can be found in the log:

     [java] INFO:  Installed JRE 'JVM 1.4' removed due to 
      
missing VM 
    
type extension.
     [java] INFO:  Installed JRE 'JVM 1.4.1' removed due to 
      
missing VM 
    
type extension.
     [java] INFO:  Installed JRE 'JVM 1.4.2' removed due to 
      
missing VM 
    
type extension.
     [java] INFO:  Installed JRE 'JVM 1.5' removed due to 
      
missing VM 
    
type extension.
     [java] INFO:  Installed JRE 'JVM 1.5.0 (MacOS X 
      
Default)' removed 
    
due to missing VM type extension.

I would like some help interpreting what this means. I 
      
think the last 
    
log line is relevant since the build is intended to use the 
      
default JVM.
    
What component is it that causes the problem? Is it the JVM 
      
that lacks 
    
something? Who is supposed to declare the missing VM type extension?

The Buckminster bugzilla for this problem can be found here: 
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=258587. Any 
      
insight that 
    
might be helpful is greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Thomas Hallgren
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