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Re: [openide-dev] Re: Start with empty Platform

nb-5
The resolution is not inline with my query. Let me fill in the missing
gaps and
maybe you'll be able to help then.

I am using IDE 4.2 to develop modules. The "Install/Reload in Platform"
add this
module in my current IDE and runs another instance of the IDE. What i want to
acheive is put an platform in another location, modify Module
parameters in IDE
so that "Install/Reload in Platform" run this module on that empty platform
rather than full fledged IDE.

Is this achievable? What module files do i need to modify?

Thanks
Murtuza



Quoting Jesse Glick <[hidden email]>:

> Guillaume Pothier wrote:
>> - The build-platform target creates an executable in the platform5/lib
>> directory, bu the harness expects an executable in the bin directory.
>> Has it been fixed in more recent builds?
>
> No, the harness does not yet work with the bare platform:
>
> http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=60359
>
> -J.
>
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[openide-dev] Re: Start with empty Platform

Jesse Glick
[hidden email] wrote:
> [...] What i want to acheive is put an platform in another location,
> modify Module parameters in IDE so that "Install/Reload in Platform"
> run this module on that empty platform rather than full fledged IDE.
>
> Is this achievable? [...]

As I said - no, not yet.

-J.

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Re: [openide-dev] Re: Start with empty Platform

Bugzilla from gpothier@gmail.com
I don't understand, I'm doing precisely this right now - use the IDE
to develop and run my code in an empty platform.
Here is what I did:
- build the target platform as I described in my previous post.
- In the IDE, configure the new platform: Tools/Netbeans platform
manager, then "add platform". Choose the nbbuild/netbeans directory of
the platform you just built.
- In the project properties, go to libraries and select the newly
configured platform.
- Modify a bit the harness: in your target platform, go to the
nbbuild/netbeans/harness directory of the target platform, and in
build.xml's run target, change the name of the executable as described
in the issue Jesse mentioned earlier in this thread.

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On 7/26/05, Jesse Glick <[hidden email]> wrote:

> [hidden email] wrote:
> > [...] What i want to acheive is put an platform in another location,
> > modify Module parameters in IDE so that "Install/Reload in Platform"
> > run this module on that empty platform rather than full fledged IDE.
> >
> > Is this achievable? [...]
>
> As I said - no, not yet.
>
> -J.
>
> --
> [hidden email]   x22801   netbeans.org   ant.apache.org
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Jesse Glick
Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> I don't understand, I'm doing precisely this right now - use the IDE
> to develop and run my code in an empty platform. Here is what I did:
> [...] Modify a bit the harness: in your target platform, go to the
> nbbuild/netbeans/harness directory of the target platform, and in
> build.xml's run target, change the name of the executable as
> described in the issue Jesse mentioned earlier in this thread.

Well that is part of what you would *not* need to do by hand if #60359
were fixed! The other part is that --reload would work.

-J.

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Re: [openide-dev] Re: Start with empty Platform

Michel Graciano
You don´t need change xml by hand, just add this property, run.app.exe=platform5\\lib\\nbexec.exe, in your platform.properties at your suite or standalone module. The problem with --reload option don´t run yet in my build.
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2005/7/26, Jesse Glick <[hidden email]>:
Guillaume Pothier wrote:
> I don't understand, I'm doing precisely this right now - use the IDE
> to develop and run my code in an empty platform. Here is what I did:
> [...] Modify a bit the harness: in your target platform, go to the
> nbbuild/netbeans/harness directory of the target platform, and in
> build.xml's run target, change the name of the executable as
> described in the issue Jesse mentioned earlier in this thread.

Well that is part of what you would *not* need to do by hand if #60359
were fixed! The other part is that --reload would work.

-J.

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