Let me resume : you've created a Google code project with a SVN repository to manage your component developments (impressive). You already have 4 components : gPoiInputOv2 (TomTom GPS files), gaCreateAccount, gaEmailList, gaEmailListRecipient (Google API). You have written 2 wiki pages to tell how to have these 4 components in the new (2.4.0) Talend Component Designer. Maybe we should propose a SVN repository on talendforge.org so that external component developers can have a nice workplace before publishing in the ecosystem. I may propose some kind of a "real forge" dedicated to component creation in the next few months. I would be glad to have your feedback and suggestions about this project. First, as I recently suggested to MogMog by email, I encourage you to publish your components in the ecosystem :-) Now I need some clarifications about this topic : what are the questions? bugs in the Component Designers? Ask for community members to plug on your repository?
The first aim of this topic was to have your returns about the problems we encounter with the component designer once synchronized. I'm not sure of my method ! But if I'm right, it's a kind of bugs report purpose ... We want to be sure before to put all the components on the repo.
Has anyone of you tried to install Subclipse plug-in (current release is 1.4.x) in TOS version 3.0.x ? I have installed it in TOS 2.4.2 without troubles, but there are lot of dependency problems in higher versions. I will appreciate any hint or idea. Cheers, Jacek.
Hi, I tried to install Subclipse in TOS 3.0.x too and I have encountered the same dependency errors. Did you (or anyone else) manage to install it since your last message? Thanks in advance, Best regards, Karine
i found temporary solution for this problem: copy following files to TalendOpenStudio's plugins directory: javax.wsdl15_1.5.1.v200705290614.jar org.eclipse.emf.ocl_1.1.0.v200706201508.jar org.eclipse.emf.query_1.1.0.v200706071712.jar org.eclipse.emf.validation.ui_1.1.0.v200706071520.jar org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.ui.services.dnd_1.0.1.v20070601-1400.jar org.eclipse.wst.sse.ui_1.0.303.v200709061102.jar org.eclipse.wst.validation_1.1.102.v200709122200.jar these .jars can be found in TalendOpenStudio(ver.2.4.4)'s plugins directory Unfortunately, I haven't figured out yet how to do it using update sites (there are always some missing dependencies)
I managed to get Subclipse installed in TOS 3.1.3. There were actually a lot more jars that I needed besides the ones listed above. Now I am able to share my project and commit to the repository. But 2 features are not working: - Cannot see the "SVN Repository Exploring" perspective. It's not listed among the available perspectives. - "Synchronize with repository" does not bring up the synchronization view. It seems to do nothing. Does anyone know how to get this working? Thanks Geoffrey
There is another way to install: 1.You can install Subclipse in Eclipse Ganymade 2.Manualy copy appropriate plug-ins from Eclipse to TOS (from directories /plugins and /features) After this: - I can see the "SVN Repository Exploring" perspective in available perspectives. - I can perform http://code.google.com/p/gadzlend/wiki/SynchroComponentsSVN - I can do check-out, commit and synchronize with repository in my project
There is another way to install: 2.Manualy copy appropriate plug-ins from Eclipse to TOS (from directories /plugins and /features)
Which plug-ins are appropriate? Where can I find the exact list of .jars to include? I followed the idea of copying files from eclipse installation, however I'm getting loads of JavaHL warning while loading Talend. It still works, but I'm not sure whether it will affect Talend in the future..
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