It must be placed in the "/src/test/resources" folder.Here is the content of such a file: To make the log more or less verbose, just change the first value of the "log4j.rootlogger" Report message to a moderator Re: error while opening eclipse [message #734920 is a reply to message #676320] Mon, 10 October 2011 12:08 Peter HaldbaekMessages: 1Registered: October 2011 Junior Please enter a title. For example to inline all compile and runtime scoped dependencies use:
Is this a bug, or have I misunderstood something? Continuing with our WAR example:
when i open it, it says: an error has occurred, see ...\workspace\.metadata\.log. It is also the privileged tool for the community to share their knowledge on the Nuxeo Platform. Also, don’t hesitate to give more details on your question, for example your complete JAR Edit Running with debug-output reveals that the classpath is indeed identical with
If you are getting something like this in your workspace log, try removing the -vmargs directive in the eclipse.ini file: Caused by: java.lang.VerifyError: JVMVRFY024 los argumentos no son de tipo compatible; Private-Package and Export-Package can only expand from the classpath when there is one [WARNING] Bundle de.test.osgi:test:bundle:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT : Instructions in Private-Package, or -testpackages that are never used: .* Classpath: [ERROR] Bundle de.test.osgi:test:bundle:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT The
There are additional settings and/or preferences that are saveable, but these constitute the only ones I worry about. I've tried restoring earlier versions of the workspace from backups, going back days before the crash, but still Eclipse hangs on loading the workspace - is it keeping settings in some Below is an example of a simple OSGi bundle POM for Maven2:
ls -la Report message to a moderator Re: error while opening eclipse [message #896116 is a reply to message #492313] Tue, 17 July 2012 10:02 Lee HarMessages: 1Registered: July For example, if you wanted to import all packages except org.foo.impl you would specify "!org.foo.impl,*" Default Behavior¶ To use this plugin, very little information is required by BND. You solved my problem!! No result.
Since the 1.4.0 release, this plugin also aims to automate OBR (OSGi Bundle Repository) management. If B is > installed and resolved first, then the framework will export org.foo > from B and import it into A, so the class org.bar.Wobble will not be > able eg. Russ Bateman Report message to a moderator Re: error while opening eclipse [message #676320 is a reply to message #492860] Fri, 03 June 2011 16:42 Patrick JohnsonMessages: 1Registered: June
Me in my case it is stucked at the purple Ganymede logo after a couple of flickering of this small window. navigate here That's it. groupId/artifactId-version.jar)
Is this a mistake? The logs indicate that the build was successful.Here is an example of the log you should have for the whole project creation (some lines have been skipped using "[…]"): Complete the This name is found in the list of the bundles deployed by Nuxeo in the very first lines of the logs, just after the line ended by " Preprocessing order:".In the http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-building/error-building-player-argumentexception-an-empty-filename-is-not-valid.php Thanks Peter!
You are prompted a series of choices to create your project. At the end, you need to get a folder structure as shown below. GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure
Comment 1 David Simonek 2010-02-12 06:25:40 UTC Jaro, building newly created empty OSGi Bundle never worked and it's as designed, while it may seem awkward. This is useful in this case because now the bundle can resolve without having to download the entire compendium bundle. But what > about the many hours I've spent configuring my workspace? the same build).
Report message to a moderator Re: error while opening eclipse [message #1062042 is a reply to message #1043535] Wed, 05 June 2013 14:33 Chris PainterMessages: 1Registered: June 2013 Junior Best of luck, RL Report message to a moderator Re: error while opening eclipse [message #492810 is a reply to message #492313] Wed, 21 October 2009 19:49 Missing name You've given the correct answers. this contact form The pax:eclipse goal extends eclipse:eclipse, and supports the same parameters.
If you want to export packages from an embedded dependency without such duplication then you can either inline the dependency, or use a new BND instruction called <_exportcontents>. <_exportcontents> behaves just not explicitly using maven-compiler-plugin) then it's a bug. Unzip/Import the project into eclipse and run "mvn install' to recreate the problem. My math students consider me a harsh grader.
So we would be forced to create some dummy class that would say "hello I'm there just to prevent from building error, feel free to delete me once you put something Search the Central Repository for the most current versions http://search.maven.org/ Use the search strings below and update the appropriate versions // Felix g:"org.apache.felix" a:"org.apache.felix.framework" g:"org.apache.felix" a:"maven-bundle-plugin" g:"org.apache.felix" a:"maven-scr-plugin" g:"org.apache.felix" The maven-jar-plugin can then be used to add this manifest to the final artifact. This could be set to true to also remove the content when the package is removed the choice is yours.
Export the preferences from the good workspace you've painstakingly put together via File -> Export -> General -> Preferences. share|improve this answer answered Mar 30 '12 at 13:05 nobeh 5,26922348 This did not help. scr plugin's output) for the bundle.