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Run plugin updates outwith Eclipse UI

By : Stroebi
Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 AM
I hope this helps . I was able to upgrade Eclipse Classic Galileo from SR1 to SR2 using the following command:
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Updates via RTC scm not being recognised by RTC Eclipse plugin

By : Gennaro Paglia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. It will be reflect in the "Pending changes" view only if:
the local workspace has been loaded (attached to the repo workspace to which your script has checked in a file: it should be the same local workspace) you refresh the "Pending changes" view, asking to refresh "Remotes and local changes", or to refresh directly the right local workspace)

Commit Server-Side Updates (Like WordPress Plugin Updates) to Git Repository Before Pushing Updates

By : Andrew Graves
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? What you are trying to do is kind of tricky, as you can not push to a remote branch if there is any commit in there that you do not have locally – conflict or not. If you are fine with that, you are quite on the right track. I am assuming you set that script above as your post-recieve hook? You just need to set it as a pre-recieve hook and return non-zero if there are modifications. You might also want to echo an error message to the user, telling him what’s going on.
If that happens the push will fail and the user will have to pull before he can push (as the push is no longer a fast-forward).

Runtime error of NoClassDefFoundError when a eclipse plugin depends on other eclipse plugin

By : Farida
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue If you are running this as an OSGI or Eclipse Application, you need to explicity export packages as available to other plugins as by default they are not. Open your manifest editor in plugin 1. Click on the runtime tab and add the packages as "Exported" then the class loader in blugin 2 will be able to find it.
Also looks like you might be doing the class path configuration wrong. in plugin 2 make sure you add plugin 1 as a dependency in the dependencies tab of the manifest editor. Looks like you are doing a dependency configuration as if it were a regular java application

If 2 versions of a plugin are stored in eclipse plugin directory, how does eclipse determine which to use

By : Dariusz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The name of the JAR is irrelevant; if they are bundle/plugin JARs, it's the contents of their manifest.mf files that Eclipse uses to determine the ID and version of the bundle/plugin they contain.
If they are the same plugin ID but different versions, then which one is loaded is based on expressed dependencies of other plugins. It's possible that they both can be loaded (assuming the plugin is not marked as a singleton), if there are other plugins that depend on the different versions (although that is rare).

Installed a plugin on eclipse (mars), now eclipse won't start. How can I uninstall the plugin?

By : fusion chen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I installed a plugin for viewing json files, its the "json tool" by sweetlemonade. , Okay so I managed to solve this by navigating to
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