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[p2-dev] Shell Script Running Eclipse - Blue in the Face Help!
- From: Nick Khamis <symack@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 19:37:15 -0400
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
I am using the following script to run eclipse:
exec ./eclipse -bundlepool ../bundlepool/ \
Least important, the "@eclipseproduct" annotation, no longer gives
eclipseproduct? I also have
bundlepool set to a directory that contains plugins/, features/, and
dropins/. When running the
script I am receiving:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The bundlepool path is correct. When I copy plugins/ features/ and
dropins/ back into the eclipse install directory, everything is fine.
config.ini is untouched.
Also, is it possible for the cascaded functionality to support two
sets of plugins/, features/ etc...?
As in our case we have:
(Managed by root, not user writable)
(Managed by users)
Both cascaded list of plugins and features would be available to the
user, and only the second set could be managed by them. I am not
sure if this is possible however, my first issue with the bundlepool
is kind of getting to me.
Thanks in Advance,