[sip-comm-dev] eclipse compilation


#1

Hello everyone,

I tried for a lot of days to compile and execute SIP communicator with Eclipse on Linux OS (KUbuntu).
The compilation seems to work but when I try to launch it with variables etc... I have :

Welcome to Felix.

···

=================

and after some time :

GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block (appr. size 512000):
  May lead to memory leak and poor performance.

and it continues then to display this again and again and no gui appear....

I think it's because I didn't use Ant but in fact, when I try to drag the "build.xml" in the Ant window it says that it's impossible to analyse the generation file... :frowning: (my Eclipse version is 3.2.0 I had the variable like it said on the tutorial)

I don't understand on your tutorial when you say :

In order to compile the project you need to run the rebuild target. In order to run the project you need the run target. When building the first time or after calling clean the target -deploy-os-specific-bundles has to be called to deploy all bundles, which are specific for your operating system.

Thank you for help,

Regards,

Fabien

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#2

Hello,

I also use Eclipse to develop my project on Linux (Ubuntu). At the
begin I used the eclipse version in the repository but if I remember
correctly I had the same problem with the build.xml file. So I install
the latest version of Eclipse and now it works.

If you don't want to change your Eclipse version you can always use
the ant command in the bash. Go to your project folder then use :
ant rebuild : to compile
ant run : to execute
Even if it work in Eclipse, I use the bash to compile and execute.

Concerning the memory error, if you haven't done anything you should
check the java version installed on your computer. By default on the
(K)Ubuntu distribution it's not the official Java Virtual Machine
who's installed but GCJ (a free version). Maybe it's come from here.
You can check the installed version with : java -version

···

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Damien

2008/3/14, Fabien.Pozzobon@ulp.u-strasbg.fr <Fabien.Pozzobon@ulp.u-strasbg.fr>:

Hello everyone,

I tried for a lot of days to compile and execute SIP communicator with
Eclipse on Linux OS (KUbuntu).
The compilation seems to work but when I try to launch it with
variables etc... I have :

Welcome to Felix.

and after some time :

GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block (appr. size 512000):
        May lead to memory leak and poor performance.

and it continues then to display this again and again and no gui appear....

I think it's because I didn't use Ant but in fact, when I try to drag
the "build.xml" in the Ant window it says that it's impossible to
analyse the generation file... :frowning: (my Eclipse version is 3.2.0 I had
the variable like it said on the tutorial)

I don't understand on your tutorial when you say :

In order to compile the project you need to run the rebuild target. In
order to run the project you need the run target. When building the
first time or after calling clean the target
-deploy-os-specific-bundles has to be called to deploy all bundles,
which are specific for your operating system.

Thank you for help,

Regards,

Fabien

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#3

Thank you for the tips... After updating my java sdk it works with Ant in the shell...

I'll try to update eclipse in order to build with it.

Thanks again :wink:

Fabien

Quoting ROTH Damien <damien.roth@ulp.u-strasbg.fr>:

···

Hello,

I also use Eclipse to develop my project on Linux (Ubuntu). At the
begin I used the eclipse version in the repository but if I remember
correctly I had the same problem with the build.xml file. So I install
the latest version of Eclipse and now it works.

If you don't want to change your Eclipse version you can always use
the ant command in the bash. Go to your project folder then use :
ant rebuild : to compile
ant run : to execute
Even if it work in Eclipse, I use the bash to compile and execute.

Concerning the memory error, if you haven't done anything you should
check the java version installed on your computer. By default on the
(K)Ubuntu distribution it's not the official Java Virtual Machine
who's installed but GCJ (a free version). Maybe it's come from here.
You can check the installed version with : java -version

+
Damien

2008/3/14, Fabien.Pozzobon@ulp.u-strasbg.fr <Fabien.Pozzobon@ulp.u-strasbg.fr>:

Hello everyone,

I tried for a lot of days to compile and execute SIP communicator with
Eclipse on Linux OS (KUbuntu).
The compilation seems to work but when I try to launch it with
variables etc... I have :

Welcome to Felix.

and after some time :

GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block (appr. size 512000):
        May lead to memory leak and poor performance.

and it continues then to display this again and again and no gui appear....

I think it's because I didn't use Ant but in fact, when I try to drag
the "build.xml" in the Ant window it says that it's impossible to
analyse the generation file... :frowning: (my Eclipse version is 3.2.0 I had
the variable like it said on the tutorial)

I don't understand on your tutorial when you say :

In order to compile the project you need to run the rebuild target. In
order to run the project you need the run target. When building the
first time or after calling clean the target
-deploy-os-specific-bundles has to be called to deploy all bundles,
which are specific for your operating system.

Thank you for help,

Regards,

Fabien

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