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From Henning Sudbrock <hsudbr...@web.de>
Subject [Forrest Eclipse Plugin] Usage of Eclipse Ant Plugin
Date Thu, 27 Oct 2005 20:38:50 GMT
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Hi,

I just tried to get the Forrest Eclipse Plugin running and got into some
trouble. While solving it I realized that when seeding a new Forrest
Project with the plugin, the plugin calls the forrest.bat batch file in
$FORREST_HOME$\bin through a Java-Process-Object, creating some strange
errors, due to the following problem:

Running forrest.bat under Windows in C:\ (i.e. in the root dir) will
fail (at least on my computer), but running forrest.bat in some
subdirectory like C:\TEST causes no problem at all.

To resolve that particular problem with the Eclipse plugin, and besides
that to get rid of OS dependency, I would suggest to run ant from
Eclipse directly, not via the forrest.bat batch file (resp. the forrest
Shell Script under Linux). I think that one can use Eclipse's Ant-Plugin
to do that.

If there are no objections and if you'd like to get some assistance with
the Forrest Eclipse Plugin, I could try my best, starting with this
problem :)

- --henning

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Henning Sudbrock <hsudbrock@web.de>
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