sabitov wrote on Mon Dec 6 05:51:31 CET 2004:
Does anybody try to run EPIC under Eclipse 3.0.1? It crashes for me with such exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: cbg/editor/ColoringSourceViewerConfiguration
davidwpowell wrote on Mon Dec 6 06:06:52 CET 2004:
Yes to your question - but I get no exception incident. Someone else may have more useful advice. Maybe more details of your environment would be useful (From Help>About Eclipse Platform>Feature Details, the entry "Perl Editor Plug-In" shows 0.3.0. I'm running Windows 2000 SP 4.)
leo_forge wrote on Mon Dec 6 10:21:36 CET 2004:
Seems like not everything installed. What the error refers to is about the coloring-interface which makes nice keyword-colouring. So, I would guess, you have *crippled* installation.
sabitov wrote on Tue Dec 7 06:12:09 CET 2004:
It's funny, but I get this error under Linux only. It does not depend what version I use. I've tried to install it several times from zero, with the same result. I do it such way (possibly I wrong?): 1 unpack eclipse .zip 2 unpack eclipse's native plugins cdt, gef, uml2 3 unpack EPIC. Also, I tried to install EPIC via "Software Updates", the same result. run /opt/eclipce/eclipse -clean, exit, run it again w/o -clean switch. Then go to, Window -> Preferences -> Perl EPIC -> Editor.
pljones wrote on Wed Dec 29 18:00:38 CET 2004:
I just posted this bug: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1092783&group_id=75859&atid=545274 I was trying to run with Eclipse 3.1M4 and Java 5.
pljones wrote on Fri Jan 14 19:05:54 CET 2005:
See my update to the bug report: I cleared out everything EPIC related I could find then re-installed 0.3.8 (from the update site, via Eclipse's update thingy) and it's working now.
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