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From "Aaron J Tarter" <ajtar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Eclipse plugin wierdness
Date Wed, 09 May 2007 02:41:44 GMT
Strange ... So, on a fresh Java project that you did not add the Derby
nature to yet, your context menu shows 'Remove Derby Nature'?  This menu
option should be controlled by the nature in the .project file.  The
.project file in the root of your newly created project should not have the
derby nature.  It should look like:

Then, after adding the derby nature with the menu action, you should have
the following:

Can you confirm that this is the case?

On 5/7/07, Michael Baehr <codex69@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I had a working Derby plugin for quite some time, but due to the nature of
> my latest projects I didn't use it.
> Now I'm trying to work with it again, and I have plenty of problems:
> - Every project is handled as if the Derby nature is present and the
> network
> server has been started (meaning I have "Remove Derby nature", "Stop
> network
> server" etc. options in the context menu). I tried this also with a new
> empty project
> - Therefore, I cannot add the Derby nature to any project
> - If a project indeed has the Derby nature, sysinfo and ij work for these
> projects. The plugin still assumes that the network server is running
> (which
> is not). I can remove Derby nature from these projects via the context
> menu!
> I have the latest stable versions (and no older ones) of the plugins,
> started Eclipse various times with -clean. Eclipse is 3.2.2.
> Any clues?
> Michael
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Aaron J Tarter

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