Possible to use mac os x JDK 1.6 port ( SoyLatte ) to launch eclipse?
carfield at carfield.com.hk
Fri Dec 7 22:50:22 PST 2007
Thanks, eclipse can start with latest binary. However there are few
exceptions and it crash after a while. I've email the corresponding
stack trace and dump file to you at separate email
On Dec 7, 2007 3:16 AM, Leif Nelson <lnelson at llnl.gov> wrote:
> The steps I outlined previously were performed on a 10.4 mac... Did you
> try it with soylatte-r3 yet, because I believe it will not work with r2
> due to the .dylib/.jnilib fallback issue.
> Carfield Yim wrote:
> >> My two minute solution (just now) was to drop the SWT JNI libraries
> >> in the java.library.path manually. Eclipse seems to be running fine.
> >> I couldn't find the original SWT binaries in the eclipse installation
> >> tree -- does eclipse extract them from a jar?
> >> \
> > Tried... still fail
> >> Also, SoyLatte R2 only supports shared libraries with the
> >> standard .dylib extension. R3 added a fall-back to Apple's .jnilib.
> > May be this is the problem... I can only use the binary distribution
> > because I cannot build it because I am using 10.4 ... may be it only
> > work on 10.5 ??
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