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08-05-2008 04:23 PM
Has anyone tried getting the JDE Eclipse plug-in to work with Eclipse version other than 3.3.1? Or does it only works with Eclipse 3.3.1?
08-06-2008 12:06 AM
I actually got it partially working by pointing the corresponding preference to the JDE (projects actually build and launch simulator and run, etc). But then the "Create BlackBerry Project" dialog is not quite functional, and the API code reference/help doesn't work either. I am hoping someone may be able to shed some light on a work around (may be a way to compile the plug-in straight from source like the Git eclipse plug-in? http://cho.hapgoods.com/wordpress/?p=159)
08-06-2008 03:30 AM
08-06-2008 01:02 PM
Dude, if that's all you use then just install my EclipseBerry plugin. I was going to make it more full-featured but stopped when I found out that RIM was doing their own. All it does right now is convert String to long. Nice and light.
Eclipse Remote Update Site:
08-07-2008 03:31 AM
08-07-2008 08:41 PM
I actually another more complicated features of the plugin, the resource file editor and builder. Without it, Eclipse gets very pissy about anything that references things defined in your resource files. Thankfully, I did figure out how to get these working in my project without letting the RIM plugin have control over any other apect of my project. (though I do use the debugger integration too)
So for now, I'm sticking with Eclipse Europa. Trying to do internationalization has opened up this whole new can of worms, but one that is ultimately worthwhile to work around.