e(fx)clipse 0.0.5 released


UPDATE
Please download the latest version from efxclipse.org

So its been less than 1 day after I released 0.0.4 why yet another release within one day?

  1. I got feedback and tracked down some bugs makeing the packaging feature not useable
  2. It looks like the API of the packager changed with b42 and so the build-File didn’t work

Anyways thanks for the feedback I received. Here’s release 0.0.5 that hopefully fixes those problems. It looks like though there’s a bug when using fxml-Files and using the packager which leads to an Exception.

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9 Responses to “e(fx)clipse 0.0.5 released”

  1. Plugin is not loading on Eclipse Indigo. I found this line in my cosole.log

    !MESSAGE Unable to find feature.xml in directory: C:\work\soft\eclipse\features\at.bestsolution.efxclipse.feature_0.0.5.jar

    • How did you install the stuff? I just tried with an Indigo i had on my local workspace it works like a charme. Could you try using a clean indigo, it could be that i had version changes.

      • I had extracted the zip in my eclipse installation directory. Versions earlier 0.0.3 (installed the same way) are working.

      • That’s not how one is supposed to install stuff like this. You should have gone through the Help > Install New Software > Add > Archive. You could have used the dropins folder maybe too but the best and document way is to go through the install wizard or if you are a p2 guy using the director.

  2. I know sun/oracle officially provide a eclipse plugin, http://download.oracle.com/javafx/1.2/gettingstarted/eclipse-plugin/index.html

    And another javafx plugin for eclipse from exdal, http://exadel.org/javafxplugin.
    What extra features this provide?

  3. Hello Tom

    Any plans for releasing a plugin for the latest build of JavaFX i.e the b45?

    Thanks

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