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Re: [jubula-dev] Building Jubula
- From: Zeb Ford-Reitz <Zeb.Ford-Reitz@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 10:33:07 +0200
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It sounds like you want to create an Application or a Product (with
executable launcher). Tycho can do this to some degree, and from
what I understand, Buckminster and PDE can do it as well. There's
plenty of information available on building an Eclipse Application
with Tycho. For example:
I can also recommend the Tycho Reference Card:
With all of that being said...what is your end goal exactly? Is
building the application an academic excercise, or is your primary
goal to write an Extension for Jubula so that it can test additional
component types? I'm asking because it is much simpler to compile
and package a Jubula Extension than it is to compile and package
Jubula plus an Extension.
On 10.10.2011 09:35, luo aa wrote:
Maybe my questions were not described clearly. I mean how to
compile a standalone executable file. :)
Is "Start AUT Agent" not a feature of Eclipse when Jubula is
a plugin of Eclipse ?
Thank you very much.
On Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 10:44 AM, luo aa <purefh@xxxxxxxxx>
Hi Zib and all,
Thank you for your helps. Now it can be successfully
compiled. And I installed it to Eclipse as a plugin. Thank
Now I have other questions to ask you.
First, how to compile a single executable file, not as a
plugin of Eclipse?
Second, where is the icon of the "Start AUT Agent" on
Eclipse.When I use single version, I can find it. But I
don't know where it is when I use Jubula as a plugin of
Thank you again!
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