04-20-2010 04:21 PM
The JDE for Eclipse 1.1 (gold) doesn't seem to ship with the 9000 simulator.
I have a reported display issue on a 9000 device so would like to test the application in this specific simulator.
If I use the eclipse update site and select a different component pack (eg 4.7.0) and select next, I get an error:
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: BlackBerry Component Pack 4.7.0 220.127.116.11 (net.rim.eide.feature.componentpack4.7.0.feature.g
roup 18.104.22.168) Missing requirement: BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse 22.214.171.124 (net.rim.eide 126.96.36.199) requires 'bundle org.eclipse.jdt.core [3.4.0,3.5.0)' but it could not be found Cannot satisfy dependency: From: BlackBerry JDE Component Package 4.7.0 188.8.131.52 (net.rim.eide.componentpack4.7.0 184.108.40.206) To: bundle net.rim.eide 0.0.0 Cannot satisfy dependency: From: BlackBerry Component Pack 4.7.0 220.127.116.11 (net.rim.eide.feature.componentpack4.7.0.feature.g roup 18.104.22.168) To: net.rim.eide.componentpack4.7.0 [22.214.171.124]
It wants the old version of JDE for Eclipse. Do I have to maintain a separate install (and therefore separate project) for 4.7.0 component pack support?
I have found BlackBerry_Simulators_126.96.36.1991_9000.exe available for download but how can I install this so it's usable in eclipse? Do I just install it into the correct folder and it will all magically work? (after working out what the correct folder is ofc).
Or is it just not possible and I should just run the 9000 simulator outside of any debugger?
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04-20-2010 07:53 PM
You can skip Eclipse and just download the simulator. After the download, install. Then go to program files, Research In Motion and select the simulator and it will start. Then in the simulator, go to 'file' and load java program and then browse to your cod files and it will install the app into the downloads folder. Then you can test.
04-21-2010 01:56 PM
I've not tried. but if you are running that simulator with your app and have Eclipse open. Try debug, on that running sumulator: Click the drop down on the little green play button and choose 'run as' and choose the running simulator.