06-09-2013 01:02 PM - edited 06-09-2013 07:10 PM
Recently I had to reinstall Eclipse and I when I try to run the simulator from eclipse I get this error:
Unable to start simulator. Check that file exists.
(java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Executable name has embedded quote, split the arguments)
If I open the plugin's folder and run "fledge.exe" from there the Simulator opens. Has this ever happened to anyone else?
Thanks for your guidance,
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06-10-2013 03:40 AM
06-17-2013 07:30 AM
Been away from BB Java development for quite a while I stumbled over this issue too.
I've not done much testing but what seems to fix the issue for me was the following
Open the settings window for your debug configurations, select the Simulator tab and within this, the Advanced tab (with the commandlines for the simulators).
Check the Use customized command options and remove the double quotes around the .exe (I removed the ones around app=".....Jvm.dll" too).
It probably only works as long as your paths don't include any whitespaces, so if that's not the case with your installation you may have to delete/reinstall your eclipse installation (given eclipse doesn't really "install" anything you may even get away with renaming/move your installation folder)
06-17-2013 09:18 AM
I ended up reinstalling Eclipse in "C:\Eclipse\" rather than "C:\Program Files\Eclipse\" because of the white space in "Program Files". Works fine now! @Nelvin I'm sure your solution works equally well.