Eclipse 3.2 port (java/eclipse32)
girgen at FreeBSD.org
Mon Oct 23 04:57:55 PDT 2006
--On fredag, oktober 13, 2006 14.36.33 -0400 David Sledge
<dsledge at appriss.com> wrote:
> Palle Girgensohn wrote:
>> --On tisdag, oktober 10, 2006 15.40.35 -0400 David Sledge
>> <dsledge at appriss.com> wrote:
>>> Palle Girgensohn wrote:
>>> --On måndag, oktober 09, 2006 18.57.18 -0400 David Sledge
>>> <dsledge at appriss.com> wrote:
>>> I just finished the 3.2.1 port for eclipse. I will make sure that at
>>> least the plugins I use still work, if so I will upload it to a server
>>> tomorrow for anyone else who would like to test it.
>>> Which plugins do you use? Do you need help fixing the plugins?
>>> The new eclipse32.shar file is available at
>>> http://www.freshdevonrails.com/eclipse32.shar. It has been updated for
>>> eclipse version 3.2.1. I am currently using the following plugins and
>>> they work ok, EPIC, RDT, RADRAILS and Subclipse. I used the update
>>> manager in eclipse to install these plugins so I did not have to update
>>> or use any specific freebsd ports.
>> I get problem opening jsp pages. It complains about MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME
>> not set. When I set it (to /usr/X11R6/lib/mozilla) it still fails.
>> Anyone else with more luck than me?
> Replace the patch file "files/eclipse.in" with the new one attached and
> let me know if it fixes the problem.
I had to add the MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME env to make eclipse start at all (and
also remove .eclipse). It fails when opening jsp files, and it seems it
might be related to the gnome problems reported separately:
$ env JAVA_HOME=/usr/local/diablo-jdk1.5.0 LC_ALL=sv_SE.UTF-8
/usr/local/bin/eclipse -vmargs -Xmx400m -Dosgi.locking=none
Undefined symbol "NS_InitEmbedding"
(Sorry for the late reply, I've been out of town for a week, had no access
to X-connected FreeBSD.)
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