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Registered: ‎02-05-2009
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BlackBerry Java Plug-in Localization bug?

I'm using BlackBerry Java Plug-in 1.1.1 beta on Eclipse 3.5. When I imported the LocalizationDemo example project and tried to run it, I got the following error:


Packaging project LocalizationDemo
C:\eclipse\eclipse35bb\eclipse\plugins\net.rim.ejde.componentpack5.0.0_5.0.0.11\components\bin\rapc.exe -convertpng -quiet codename=deliverables\5.0.0\localizationdemo deliverables\5.0.0\localizationdemo.rapc -sourceroot=C:\work\uep\prototype\LocalizationDemo\.locale_interfaces;C:\work\uep\prototype\LocalizationDemo\src;C:\work\uep\prototype\LocalizationDemo\res -import=C:\eclipse\eclipse35bb\eclipse\plugins\net.rim.ejde.componentpack5.0.0_5.0.0.11\components\lib\net_rim_api.jar C:\test\LocalizationDemo\bin
Can't open dir C:\test\LocalizationDemo\bin/com.rim.samples.device.localizationdemo.LocalizationDemo¡ê.crb/
Error!: Error: preverifier failed: C:\eclipse\eclipse35bb\eclipse\plugins\net.rim.ejde.componentpack5.0.0_5.0.0.11\components\bin\prever ...
Packaging project LocalizationDemo failed (took 1.406 seconds)


While in C:\test\LocalizationDemo\bin folder, I saw such files:





It seems £ has been treated as ¡ê, which caused this problem. Has anybody else seen the same problem? Is this a bug, or shall I configure something? Thanks.


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Registered: ‎04-28-2009
My Device: Z10 (STL100-4)-, Z10 (STL100-3)-, Z30 (STA100-5)-, Passport (SQW100-1)-, PlayBook (16GB)-
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: BlackBerry Java Plug-in Localization bug?

I remember someone making a post about this, if you look at the BlackBerry Eclipse plugin's release notes (http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/subcategories/?userType=21&category=BlackBerry+Java+Plug-in...) and go to page 5, at the top it mentions this problem.

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